Saturday, March 24 at 11 AM - 1 PM
People's Movement Center: 736 E 41st St, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55407
SPACE IS LIMITED (15 SPOTS)
Facilitator: Ayo Clemons
Organizer: Nicole M. Smith
Sponsor: Bisexual Organizing Project
Y’all remember when Whitley Gilbert was goin THRU IT on A Diff’rent World and Debbi Allen encouraged her to: “relax, relate, release” — Whether you connect with the iconic 90’s Pop-Cultural reference or not- NOW’s your opportunity to connect with one of the Twin Cities Leading Global Somatics Practitioners: Ayo Clemons. This is an opportunity to chill, network, and BE with like-identified folks in a space which supports QTIBPOC Community in deep and meaningful ways. **this is a space sacred for folks that are 18+ and are QTIBPOC (check-in with Nicole if you have questions about this)
SPACE IS LIMITED (15 spots)
WEAR COMFY CLOTHES; BRING YOGA MAT/MEDITATION PILLOW IF YOU HAVE ONE.
SNACKS WILL BE PROVIDED!!! (GF/Dairy-Free, Vegan, and Junk-Food Dietary Needs will be accounted for)
- There is a stair/step into the building
- There are a set of stairs leading to-/from the bathroom
- The practice will integrate floor-sitting, but chairs are available upon request/requirement
BONUS: the first 8 folks to RSVP will receive a “welcome or goodbye” juicing from Ayo (curious?? then sign-up NOW!)
LAST DAY TO RSVP: Monday March 19th.
Ayo Clemons is a Global Somatic's practitioner, bodyworker, racial justice advocate and core member of the People’s Movement Center based in south Minneapolis. She integrates massage, breath, movement and body based exercises to support self awareness and authentic expression.
About the Peoples’ Movement Center:
The People's Movement Center is a collective of people of color and indigenous, of queer and trans practitioners and healers. More info can be found here: http://www.peoplesmovementcenter.com/home.html.
October 2-4, 2020
Location Wellstone Center, St. Paul, MN
Build, serve and advocate for an empowered bisexual, pansexual, fluid, queer, and unlabeled (bi+) community to promote social justice.
Within the next five years grow Bisexual Organizing Project (BOP) into a successfully-run Upper Midwest nonprofit organization with annual funding of $100,000 that provides community building, education, and advocacy for the bisexual, pansexual, fluid, queer, and unlabeled (bi+) community and our allies.