Tue, Aug 04|
REGISTRATION CLOSED: Ecological Grief Webinar: A Pathway to Resilience, Self-care and Earth Care
A transformative process for difficult and uncertain times.
Time & Location
Aug 04, 2020, 10:00 a.m. PDT – Sept 01, 2020, 12:00 p.m. PDT
About the Event
How can we face the climate emergency and the convergence of planetary crises with all of of their intensity and uncertainty? How can we stay awake to the suffering and the beauty with clear eyes and an open heart?
Together, we can strengthen resilience as we deepen our capacity to act for a just and sustainable world. This five-session webinar series will be experiential and interactive, offering a roadmap to metabolize pain into courage, compassion and creativity—qualities that allow us to respond with wisdom and integrity.
Based on Joanna Macy’s “Work that Reconnects”, this introductory workshop series will offer practices and group activities that help people discover and experience their innate connections with each other and the self-healing powers of the web of life, transforming despair and overwhelm into grounded and inspired action.
Five Tuesdays: August 4, 11, 18, 25 & Sept 1 -- 10 am – noon (PST). Please ensure that you have checked to see what this is in your time zone.
Registration Required by: Thursday, July 30th.
Sliding Scale Pricing: $60 - $240
What is sliding scale pricing and how does it work?
Sliding scale pricing provides a service or product with multiple price points. These price points are set to make the service or product accessible to people with different levels of income, so that financial resources need not be a barrier to a person’s ability to access a product or service. Community members can chose the price point that best reflects their ability pay for a product or service, based on their individual circumstances.
Our wish is to make this webinar accessible as possible to all and to support a modest livelihood for the facilitators out of our love for planet earth and the body of work upon which this Webinar is based.
Please be mindful that if you purchase a price at the lowest end of the scale when you can truthfully afford the higher ticket prices, you are limiting access to those who truly need the gift of financial flexibility. Being honest with yourself and your financial situation when engaging with sliding scale practices grows strong and sustainable communities.
If the lowest income price point is beyond your reach and you would like to participate in this webinar, a scholarship is also available.
Enrollment is limited to 12 participants, with a commitment to participate in all five sessions.
For more information, email: email@example.com
If the webinar fills, you have the option to join a wait list by contacting the email address above.
Facilitators:Robin Macdonald and Andrea Prazmowskihave combined experience in facilitating community grief care, restorative justice, yoga, collaborative environmental initiatives, gatherings in sacred space, storytelling and forest therapy experiences.
Partially funded by Embracing the Spirit, a granting program generously supported by the people of The United Church of Canada.
Higher Income Price.
Please choose this ticket price if this sounds like your situation: I'm comfortable able to meet all my basic needs. I have some debt but still meet my basic needs. I own my home or rent a higher end property. I own or lease a car. I'm employed or don't need to work to meet my needs. I have access to financial savings I can always buy new items. I can afford a vacation or to take time off.
Middle Income Price
Please choose this price if this sounds like your situation: I may stress about meeting my basic needs but usually meet them. I may have debt but still meet my basic needs. I own or lease a car. I'm employed. I have access to financial savings. I'm able to buy some new items. I can buy a coffee or tea at a shop, go to the movies, buy new clothes. I can take a vacation or time off.
Lower Income Price
Please choose this ticket price if this sounds like your situation: I frequently stress about meeting basic needs and don't always achieve them. I have debt and it sometimes prohibits me from meeting my basic needs. I rent lower-end properties and have unstable housing. I don't have a car and/or have limited access to a car but am not always able to afford gas. I am unemployed or underemployed. I have no access to savings. i rarely buy new items because I'm unable to afford them.