March 6 – April 24 | 11 a.m. – 1 p.m. Central Time, via Zoom

Native people of all backgrounds and experiences are invited to attend this free eight-week movement class that will put love, respect and radical relationality into practice. Working as a community, we will address the intergenerational trauma we have collectively experienced while allowing our personal self-empowerment, agency and healing to shine through. Through radical relationality, the practice of reconnecting sacred relationships between Indigenous people and nonhuman beings (plants, animals, landforms and spirits) that was snuffed out by settler colonialism, we will seek to restore the traditions taught by our ancestors throughout the generations. Each class will conclude with a live discussion session designed to generate understanding and allow space to be seen and heard.

Participants will need reliable internet access, a computer or phone with a webcam, and a free Zoom account. Participants are encouraged to be on time, participate in a space that allows for movement (minimally 6 feet by 6 feet) and wear comfortable clothing. All experience levels and generations welcome. If you have questions or concerns, please email Rebecca Noon at rebeccan@guthrietheater.org.
What is your name? *
Which gender pronouns do you use? *
How old are you? *
What is your tribal affiliation? *
What do you hope to gain from this class? *
We will be sending communications by email. Please provide an email address that you check regularly. *
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Please select all that apply. If any of these options are unavailable to you, please email Rebecca Noon at rebeccan@guthrietheater.org to determine a solution. *
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