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Tue, Jun 11

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Brooklyn Pride Center - Bed-Stuy

Alexander Technique for Queer Youth Workshop

Explore the transformative power of the Alexander Technique and uncover your most authentic self. The Alexander Technique is a somatic practice for improving your overall mental and physical well-being. Gentle hands-on guidance from skilled instructors is optional.

Time & Location

Jun 11, 2024, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Brooklyn Pride Center - Bed-Stuy, 1360 Fulton St, Brooklyn, NY 11216, USA

About the event

In a supportive and brave environment where you can connect with others who share similar experiences and challenges, we will cultivate a space that is affirming, validating, and free from judgment. We will explore practical ways you can foster confidence, self-acceptance, support, resilience, and consciously break down barriers (both mental and physical) that have been acquired for means of safety. Participants will have the opportunity to share their experiences, ask questions, and engage in exploration related to queer identity, body image, self-expression, and self-acceptance.

This workshop is for queer folks between the ages of 18 to 25 and will be taught by Tyler Stinziani, m.AmSAT, and assisted by Emily Rodriguez, m.AmSAT. Tyler is a queer, non-binary person deeply dedicated to cultivating spaces that are brave enough for you to explore and play within. Guiding you to foster an inner sense of curiosity, openness, and fluidity so you may tap into a more poised, embodied, and present state of being that is fully YOU.

Please RSVP here. Click on the calendar date (June 11) -> “Continue” -> enter your name and email -> optional: add a “pay what you want” amount. $5 suggested donation; nobody will be turned away for lack of funds. Proceeds will go to the Brooklyn Community Pride Center and to paying the teachers/admin staff who put on this class.

We welcome you to reach out with any questions! Ariana Calderón, the coordinator for this class, can be reached at ariana@sapientiainitiative.org.

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