The Hudson Valley LGBTQ+ Community Center is excited to offer a new ongoing social Writing Party series, facilitated by The Generations Project, starting April 21st and continuing on the Third Wednesday of every other month through August, (June 16th, August 18th), from 5-6:30pm EST!
At each session, TGP facilitators will guide participants through a variety of short creative writing prompts, designed to help each person express themselves, share their story and get to know each other. No writing experience necessary! These are fun, accessible exercises to flex your imagination and get to hear the perspectives of other generations of LGBTQ+ people. April’s session falls just before Earth Day, so we’ll be exploring related themes: the Indigenous history of the land, the environment and our global queer community.
Please join me for
a BIPOC – LGBTQ Mindfulness Meditation Sit
Tuesday, March 16th 5-5:45pm
Sunday, March 21st 9:30-10:15am
Tuesday, March 23rd 5-5:45pm
If you are looking for a helpful tool to connect with your self, help reduce stress or anxiety, or even to simply have a mini respite from the busy-ness of your day, in the company of other BIPOC folx please join me, for a deceivingly simple 20 minute practice based on the teachings of Rev. angel Kyodo williams. ALL levels welcome!
To register, and/or if you have questions, simply send me an email with your name, tel. number, and intention for joining this sit, to: email@example.com with “BIPOC lgbtq sit” in the subject line.
It will be on zoom, and I will ask that you join with video at the beginning, so that we can all create a feeling of safety, “knowing who is in the room.” You are welcome to go off screen while meditating if you prefer.
i look forward to sitting with you all.
thank you very much ~ suzu kawamoto
a little about me: I am a licensed massage therapist, and have been serving the Hudson valley since 1991. I love my work, and am now looking forward to opening my life to offer these sits as an opportunity to collectively create a safe and welcoming container for us BIPOC folx to gather and meditate together…. as Rev angel says, “Come as you are, leave as you must…”
A virtual workspace where folks co-create structure and accountability for themselves and each other when faced with the challenge of starting/completing a project, schoolwork, or anything they want to get done but can’t get going on. The group opens with a check-in on how folks are feeling and what they want to accomplish during the 2-hour work period after which the group reconvenes to share their experience, progress, or roadblocks.