Whole Heart Connection Taking Heart – Live Webinar- April 30, 2022

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 Participation in this Whole Heart Connection workshop is limited to students who have already completed the Whole Heart Connection Intro.

Every Month Re-Discover Whole Heart Connection

If you’ve already attended a Whole Heart Connection Intro and you want a chance to re-immerse in heart-space, please join us for our monthly Taking Heart gathering.

Or, if you want a brief review of how Whole Heart Connection skills translate into an online context before signing up for other classes, join us for this short and sweet review of the basic practices.

Tuition for this workshop is by donation. The recommended donation is $40, but this amount can be adjusted prior to adding the workshop to your cart.

Then after a break, come join us for the Making Connections class.

There was so much of value [in the Whole Heart Connection Intro] that it’s hard to prioritize any one thing. I really appreciated the practical exercises that helped cement the teaching. I wish everyone would take this course, and I would recommend it to anyone interested in healing themselves and/or helping others to heal. I appreciate that it’s available online, for accessibility.

Rachel Acupuncturist Whole Heart Connection Intro Live Online Workshop February 7, 2022

Whole Heart Connection for Personal and Social Healing

These are tools for fostering equality even in the midst of social power imbalance, and for becoming effective agents of social change without courting burn-out. In fact, Whole Heart Connection will do more for your health than you would have believed possible in such difficult times.

Whole Heart Connection practices draw upon aikido, Chinese medicine, and Sufism, all of which teach us that healthy change takes place on a me-first basis. Our goal is the well-being of entire communities, and so we are committed to fostering personal health every step of the way. There is no division between being an activist and taking care of ourselves.

Perennial Medicine’s Commitment to Social Justice

At Perennial Medicine, we are committed to addressing the roots and manifestations of socially constructed power imbalances without shaming, blaming, or oversimplification. We understand that social justice is a very complex topic, and we welcome people who are at different stages of exploring all the ways that we might create a more fair and equitable world together.

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