How to face the mess we’re in without going crazy?
DEEP ECOLOGY Online Workshop
in the Work That Reconnects
facilitated by Inna Alex
Join us as we built community exploring the complex nature of our times!
SUNDAY 29 May: 2.30-4.45pm AEST / 4.30-6.45pm NZST
Register via Google Form
In this workshop you have the opportunity to experience interactive sessions focussing on the 4 stages of the spiral of the Work That Reconnects: Gratitude, Honouring our Pain for the World, Seeing With new Eyes, and Going Forth.
We will use guided meditation, small group work, whole group explorations, creative writing, poetry and music to guide us through these stages.
Everybody is welcome. No previous experience necessary.
“I found clarity about my purpose & a release of tension about how I am feeling. I went to the depths of how I felt and then came out of the other side smiling, exhilarated and regenerated to continue with a renewed purpose and determination.” (Jemma, participant of ‘Facing Change Together’-workshop, May 2020)
Inna Alex is a dedicated community organizer, environmental educator, deep ecology facilitator and yoga teacher. She has been teaching Deep Ecology workshops around NZ and overseas for the past 10 years, having studied both with Joanna Macy and John Seed.
As much Inna is passionate about offering this work in person, she has also been experimenting with various online formats to share WTR with her wider community. She is dedicated to providing an interactive, experiential, multi-modality workshop that welcomes each participants into a safe space to explore their own authentic response to what is happening to our lives and world, and connect to one another form that place.
“For me, Joanna’s “Work That Reconnects” is crucial to help me navigate uncertainty. It is a bridge between my personal spiritual journeys & how I act in the world. Practicing WTR, I experience myself in a holistic way: as a feeling human individual AND as part of the Living Whole. I keep choosing to show up to Life, even if it’s scary and uncomfortable.“