What does it really mean, to ‘listen to your body’? Join Body-Mind therapist Karishma Kripalani for a workshop on somatics, science and the stories we tell ourselves.
In this workshop we will:
+ Draw on insights about the nervous system and identity formation;
+ Explore how we embody our life experiences;
+ Practice the skill of discernment.
Together, we will create a space to examine what we are orienting to, how we are interpreting the information we receive, and why we respond to it in the ways that we do. A deep dive into ourselves, our experiences, and what we make of them.
Cost: $35 Pre-Registered, $45 at the door; SIGN UP ONLINE
Karishma Kripalani, MA, CYT, RCST®, is a writer, facilitator, and trauma therapist whose approach emphasizes our relationships to ourselves, to each other, and to the earth.
Karishma has been mentored in the Nath lineage of Himalayan yoga, has received over 1000 hours of instruction in trauma-informed bodywork and relational/attachment work, and is a lifelong student of Ayurveda. As a result of her professional qualifications as a sociologist, yoga teacher and biodynamic craniosacral therapist, her work integrates an appreciation of the interpersonal and structural determinants of health.
In addition to her private practice, Karishma is a teaching assistant for craniosacral therapy in North America. She guides yoga grounded in social justice with Bending Towards Justice, and is currently completing a 2-year clinical training in healing developmental trauma.
Karishma lives in Tkaronto/Toronto, where she is nourished by community-focused movement and stillness practices. She shares nervous system medicine, embodied mindfulness, and creativity workshops internationally.