** Bring your journal or paper and a pen to this event. **
Next SpeakUP on Wednesday March 10th will be on what feeds us! Following up with our previous themes of boundaries and consent and saying and celebrating “no”, we will focus our next games night on saying “yes”!
So what feeds you? How do you take care of yourself? Make new friends? Relax? What makes you laugh? How do you deepen connection, friendship, trust, nourishment and vulnerability?
Join us Wednesday, March 10th, starting at 6:30pm PST to share and widen our resources for growing resilience in us as individuals and as a community.
** Be sure to bring your journal or paper and pen! **
Photo by Helena Lopes on Unsplash
The suggested donation is $15 for this 2-hour experience. BIPOC are invited to come free of charge. No one turned away for lack of funds. Please contact me directly to make payment arrangements.
Venmo Jessica at “Jessica-Tartaro”
No previous experience needed.
Newcomers and old comers welcome!
Zoom Info:
Please plan to join the call 5 minutes early so we can begin games at 6:30pm PT.
Meeting ID: 865 1504 3573
Passcode: speakup
Note: As this is an interactive night of games, if you would like to attend we ask that you have your video on and are willing to introduce yourself at the start of the night.
These games are for connecting. They are designed to help the body, mind and heart slowly build trust with ourselves and with others. There is no expectation that you will participate in any certain way. Come as you are and let us slowly meet each other in a space of welcome.
1. Practice kindness to self and other
2. Own your experience/take responsibility for yourself and your actions
3. Create “brave space”: https://onbeing.org/poetry/invitation-to-brave-space/
Dr. Jessica Tartaro (she/her) is a cis-gendered, able bodied, second generation Sicilian Jewish Intimacy Coach & Connection Facilitator who brings to her teaching nearly 20 years of experience in the healing arts facilitating individuals, couples and groups. Through her one-of-a-kind workshops and coaching, Jessica powerfully weaves together the influences of Authentic Relating, positive psychology, psycho-education, trauma-sensitivity, mindful embodiment and conscious intimacy. Plus, she loves to play. Former Fulbright scholar, Jessica has founded communities across the country dedicated to healing the collective experience of belonging through group resilience, emotional intelligence and body wisdom. On the Olympic Peninsula of Washington where she lives in the lush green woods, Jessica is exploring the integration of conscious relating, embodiment and racial justice through programming designed to interrupt systemic racism as it lives in each of us. To stay current on her evolving offerings and inquire about her private coaching and public speaking, go to www.DrJessicaTartaro.com.