Module 1 – Coming into Your Body, Nervous System Regulation & Why it Matters
Learn fundamental tools for regulating your nervous system and bringing it to a settled state.
Explore how these practices put us in a state that is responsive for learning and connection, whether we are working in person or online.
Practice the skills of Slowing Down, Grounding, and Orienting, and receive tools for implementing these tools within your classroom and personal practice.
Module 2 – Nervous System Regulation: How Trauma Impacts Learning amidst Diversity
Learn how to recognize nervous system activation and overwhelm in yourself and in others.
Receive support in building a relationship with the paradigm of Health experientially,
Practice the skills of Naming, Inquiry, and Containment.
Learn how to stay present with your own bodily experience as you learn, and to support this in others.
Module 3 – Moving from the Personal to the Social: Activation, the Feral Body, and the Practice of Contact
Practice the tools of regulation within a relational and societal context.
Learn the practices of Contact and Recognition.
Deepen your understanding of how to make attuned contact with yourself, with another, and with your class as a whole.
Learn to recognize the subtle phenomena of activation and Health within a personal and group context, as well as within group fields.
Module 4 -The Social Nervous System, Double Binds & Repair
Learn powerful tools for navigating power dynamics and double binds as they manifest at the personal, societal, and transgenerational levels within your classrooms and life.
Cultivate resources based on the Social Nervous System and Mirror Neuron System for working with these dynamics.
Learn to work with intersectional oppression at an embodied level, including skills for making repair in the classroom when ruptures occur.