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Webinars & Podcasts

 

Please listen to our first podcast: Trauma, Healing & Collective Power.

 

If you missed the following webinars and would like the recording, please contact us.

-- Get to know gs: 2018 Year-in-Review (12/2018)

Why Somatics: Conversation & Practice with Movement Leaders (12/2017)

-- Somatic practice in the Time of Trump: A National Conversation & Practice Group (3/2017)

 

Courses

 

School of Embodied Leadership (SOEL)

Fall 2019

SOEL will be open to all applicants. We will put primary focus on participants who are leaders in our Strategic Priority areas - environmental and climate justice & fighting for freedom from political repression and state violence.

Course details and application coming soon.

 

Somatics and Trauma Advanced (STA)

Fall 2019

STA will be a great opportunity for practitioners and coaches to deepen their somatic healing skills. This course also supports movement leaders to deepen their understanding of trauma healing and resilience, and its relevance for leadership and organizing. This course has prerequisites.

Course details and application can be found here.

 
 

Transformative Resourcing

 
 

Transformative Leaders in Philanthropy (TLP)

This is a program for foundation staff and board, as well as those who identify as major donors. TLP will take place June 4th-7th on the east coast.

More information can be found here.

 

Embodied Donor Organizing

There will be several opportunities to get involved with this work in 2019, please contact us to express interest and find out more.

 

Advanced Politicized Somatics

 

gs Teacher Training (gsTT)

We will continue to grow the capacity of both intermediate and advanced gs teachers to be prepared to lead a greater number of courses and movement partnerships in years to come.

 

gs Practitioners Network (gsPN)

> gsPN is a great resource for organizers, activists, cultural workers and other movement leaders to access one-on-one somatic sessions and healing groups.

> gsPN also supports practitioners and coaches to get organized and receive further development. In 2019, this will include Monthly gsPN organizing calls as well as a gathering (in-person and virtual) during Somatics and Trauma Advanced.

Find out more about gsPN here.

 

gs Supervision

Are you a somatic practitioner, a learning practitioner, a gs teacher, or someone who leads somatic practices inside of gs Movement Partnership? Are you a member of the gsPN, working with movement leaders? Do you run somatic healing groups? If so, this is for you! First call is January 17, 2019. Details and registration link can be found here.

 

 

Movement Partnerships

 

In 2019, we will continue to work with the strategic Movement Partners that we've been working with over the years, in a more limited capacity. We will also be building relationships with individuals and organizations that work in alignment with our 2018-2020 Strategic Priorities.  Here is a list of some of our longtime and newer partners:

 

 

• APEN - Asian Pacific Environmental Network

• BOLD - Black Organizing for Leadership and Dignity

• NDWA - National Domestic Workers Alliance

• RJAC - Racial Justice Action Center

• Alliance for Safety and Justice

• CJJC - Causa Justa Just Cause

• CMJ - Center for Media Justice

• CPA - Chinese Progressive Association

• MILPA

• SURJ - Showing Up for Racial Justice

 

Have questions about 2019?

 

Please check out these Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) about our 2019 plans.

 

If you are a gs student, alumni, teacher, practitioner, movement partner, donor, or funder -- please also  join us on JANUARY 28TH for a gs COMMUNITY CALL about our 2019 plans. Click here for details and to register.

 

gs Sliding Scale

 

gs is committed to economic justice and to challenging white supremacy, capitalism, ableism, and all systems of oppression in every aspect of our work. As part of that, we have a commitment to making our programs accessible and affordable to poor and working class people and people of color who are on the frontlines of social and environmental justice movements.

 

We are committed to making sure that money is not a barrier to participation. More information about the gs sliding scale and course fee structure - coming soon!

 

 

 

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