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  • Yoga (pranayama, mantra, meditation, chair, flow, gentle, restorative)
  • Qigong (moving meditation elemental flow)
  • Intuitive Movement (moving in a way that honors the needs and present experience of the body)
  • Embodied Play (movement, stillness, and play practices exploring the intersects of care, pleasure, and justice)
  • Mindfulness Meditation (an emphasis on grounding, recognizing, allowing, befriending, and offering care, compassion, joy, and harmony to the body-heart-mind)
  • Dharma Reflections (primarily drawing from Insight Meditation with influences from Zen Buddhism)


Meditation & Movement Class Schedule for online and donation-based offerings

Guided practices are also available on the practice page and via Lissa’s YouTube channel.

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Movement and Stillness as Care Series:
Seated/Standing Yoga, Qigong, & Intuitive Movement

In this practice, we will explore what is present in the body, heart, mind, and any care that is needed. The guidance for the practice will draw from yoga, qigong, and mindfulness meditation and offer time for self-guided and intuitive movement practices in an offering of care for our bodies and beings.

The practice can be done seated, standing, in motion and in stillness, and in all the ways and forms that supports your body and needs. This is a trauma-responsive practice offering self and collective care to support processing trauma, stress, and challenging emotions and sensations.

When: Wednesdays 6-6:45p EST live as well as available via replay for a week after the event.

Where: Online via zoom. Closed captioning available. Register via punchpass

Cost: Pay what you can.

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*It is said that trauma as well as resilience are passed down intergenerationally. There can sometimes be an emphasis on the negative qualities we inherit as opposed to all the supportive qualities we also inherit. What does it look and feel like to center reclaiming intergenerational joy and resilience alongside healing intergenerational trauma to benefit those who have already come and those who are still to come in our lineages? 

*Practices of liberation exploring the intersects of care, dharma, joy, and justice. Offered in a trauma-responsive way where folks are encouraged to take care of their bodies and needs throughout the practice.

*In this embodied practice, we will utilize Pleasure Activism by adrienne maree brown, My Grandmother’s Hands by Resmaa Menakem, and Buddhist principles and teachings as some of our guides.

Where: Online via zoom. Closed captioning available. Register via punchpass

Cost: Pay what you can

When: Monthly on the third Thursdays from 7-8 pm EST next on April 15th and May 20th

Who: Folks are encouraged to have engaged in learning around social and racial justice as well as intersectionality prior to joining these sessions to support a readiness for exploration around the topic of intergenerational resilience/trauma which includes the impact of race- and oppression-based trauma.

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