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:
Taking part in the formation and growth of these two powerful organizations — which grew from the ground up to become inspiring, powerful entities.
Over the past 4 years, Open Floor International has evolved from a dream nurtured by a handful of passionate innovators to a reality firmly rooted in community. In this time, we have trained over 200 new teachers from 27 countries and introduced Open Floor movement practice to thousands of dancers around the globe. And so….we move on to the next phase of our evolution as an organisation making its mark in the field of embodiment. It is a time for renewal.
In this talk, Roshi Joan Halifax explores shamanism in relation to Buddhism
Shamans from around the world share their experiences of the link between tribe and cosmos.
A powerful analysis of the psychological dynamics of oppression and privilege and how to develop skills to promote social justice.
Article by Leticia Nieto PsyD. D., and Margot Boyer, addressing personal development, race and oppression.