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Centered Spaces’ Mind, Body, Service cohorts are offered to individuals who work in nonprofit organizations through a partnership with the Minnesota Council on Nonprofits. A cohort of ten people will be formed throughout 2022 over eight-week engagements.
Each week, cohort members will “experiment” with a scientifically supported Mind-Body technique that can be immediately integrated into daily self-care practice. Sessions will include didactic and experiential components, literally engaging both mind and body. Designed to address and prevent burnout, the cohorts will be educational, supportive, participatory, structured, and fun! It is an opportunity to build a community of care that will carry beyond this intensive time together and foster resilience.
The topics for this series are:
- February 11— Mind-Body Medicine (MBM) Overview & Soft Belly Breathing
- February 18 — Biological Underpinnings of MBM & Autogenics & Biofeedback
- February 25 — Meditation
- March 4 — Movement
- March 11 — Guided Imagery
- March 25 — Dialogue with a Symptom
- April 1 — Gratitude
- April 8 — Ritual & Ceremony
Over the eight weeks, you will:
- Learn scientific and emotional components of self-care
- Gain insight into developing personalized tools for incorporating self-care into your work and life and more healthily navigating change
- Grow your understanding of how mind, body, and justice work intersect
- Build lifelong skills and community
This multi-part event takes place over the course of eight weeks. Each sessions takes place from 9 - 10:30 a.m. Central on the following days: February 11, February 18, February 25, March 4, March 11, March 25, April 1, and April 8. The listed registration price includes all eight sessions.
This event is limited to 10 participants. No additional registrants can be accepted once the workshop is full and there will not be a waitlist.
Camille Cyprian is the founder and healer in residence of Centered Spaces LLC. and is particularly passionate about the healing and wellbeing of individuals, communities, institutions, and systems. A long-time organizer and activist, Camille supports change makers to incorporate intersectional healing justice into the every-day work of social change.
Camille is a doctoral student at the University of Minnesota, with research interests in healing justice, indigenous knowledge, and organizational development. She earned her masters in nonprofit management degree from Hamline University, and her bachelor of science from the University of Minnesota. She is also a certified coach in community healing justice, and trained professional in mind-body medicine.
Camille currently serves as the director of diversity, equity, inclusion at the Minnesota Council on Foundations, serves on the advisory board of The Funders Network P.L.A.C.E.S. Fellowship, and the governing boards of Headwaters Foundation for Justice and Maji ya Chai Land Sanctuary.