Sunday December 2nd from 2 to 5 pm
Giselle Buchanan will be hosting her writing workshop that dives into poetics and emotional transmutation with words.
Monday December 3rd and Tuesday December 4th from 2 to 5 pm
Giselle, Rhythm and Hannah Mayree co-facilitate a journey through grief and joy that involves the senses and the whole body. Writing, movement and song will all be used as the participants are held in this healing container.
Giselle Buchanan is a poet, multidisciplinary artist and writer from the Bronx, NY. As an artist deeply involved in her community, she has worked extensively with women, incarcerated men on Rikers Island and children in East Harlem, the Bronx snf Brooklyn. She has Performed in many places, from bookstores to ballrooms, like Hammerstein Ballroom, the Apollo Theater, the Chicago Theater, Housing Works Bookstore, New York University and more.
Rhythm is a grief worker also an alchemy life coach who does holistic based approaches to trauma transitioning on multiple levels including but not limited to core energetics, womb restoration practices and rebirthing she infuses laughter, sound healing and conscious self awareness throughout her entire practice. Her passion to serve with intuition for unifying spiritual growth leading with feminine energy has brought her all over the world. She is a wise woman space holder and facilitator for elemental sisterhood circles, where intuitive womb wisdom is celebrated, they facilitate sacred spaces, mindful women.s events, retreats, workshops, classes and creative group activities.
Hannah Mayree is a creative facilitator and musician who's work and art lends itself as a tool for redesigning and reconnecting to out roots as humans on this planet. Hannah is involved with community organizing across the west coast and is drawn to education and experiential learning and empowerment to meet the internal needs we are learning to address through our own self care. Creating curriculum, workshops and other events, Hannah connects resources and expands access in West Coast Communities of Color.