This summer, Open Floor teacher, Deb Marois taught two Open Floor sessions at the National Network Assembly.
Open Floor teachers are bringing the climate and diversity crisis into their classes and workshops in many ways. Kaia Hawkins from Paekākāriki, near Wellington in Aotearoa/New Zealand says:
On September 14th, Jo Woods & Sarah Winter, Open Floor teachers from Melbourne, Australia, held a special event at the IFTI Community Hub dedicated to raising funds and awareness about the climate crisis with their ‘Dance in the Hills’ extended community.
On 1st July 2019, Open Floor teacher and Founding Member, Sue Rickards co-held a special talk/dance event: Heading for Extinction and what to do about it. Here she tells us about the experience…
Quel sens a la pratique de l’Open Floor à notre époque d’urgence climatique et sociale? Devrais-je plutôt travailler chez Greenpeace ou faire de la politique? Par Lucie Nérot
What is the purpose of Open Floor Movement Practice at times of such environmental urgency?
by Lucie Nerot, Open Floor teacher and Founding Member
What will it take to have us collectively awaken to the suffering of our earth and respond?
Charles Eisenstein outlines a new narrative for the way we look at climate change.
This talk views the ecological dis-ease of our planet through the lens of our evolutionary unfolding
Reviewed By: Andrea Juhan Ph.D. My Review: This book has an accessible breakdown of the reflecting practice. We do not always agree with their philosophy, but the chapters 4, 7, 9, 11 are great for demystifying the process that sometimes can seem like magic. Recommended by: Andrea Juhan Ph.D. Author: Gay and Katie Hendricks Language…