Re-Imagine It All: 

An Immersive to Center Healing, Joy and Liberation

with kelley nicole palmer

Tuesdays & Thursdays, October 4, 6, 11 & 13, 2022

9am-12pm Pacific  | 12pm-3pm Eastern

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Reclaiming our imagination and using it to think about how we wish to create right relationship with ourselves, with others, with all of creation, holds unlimited possibilities for liberation individually and collectively.

Re-imaging who we are, how we wish to exist, and how we want to hold space for others to do the same is an invitation towards wholeness.

Re-imagine It All is an invitation to use an ever growing understanding of racial equity and social justice to evaluate the way you are upholding, enforcing and leaning into systems of oppression. In a facilitated virtual community, we will center self study and curiosity as keys to unlock our ability to imagine new solutions.

Join kelley nicole palmer for this collaborative, co-learning cohort, designed with an intention of holding space for each of us to remember and reconnect to our imagination, opening pathways to broader perspectives. Together we will build our capacity to see new and more expansive ideas about how to do the work we feel called to do, want to do and need to do for a more equitable, sustainable, accessible and authentic wellness community. 

Register your interest now to be the first to know when enrollments open.

Tiered equity pricing, payment plans and partial scholarships will be available.

Registrants will also receive 1 year of access to the recordings of the live course sessions, and associated resources.

We'll never share your information, that's a promise.

About kelley nicole

kelley nicole palmer (she/her) is a Black, queer creative, and community advocate based in Charlotte NC. kelley nicole uses the practices and philosophy of yoga to guide her work in creating equitable and sustainable access to wellness for BIPOC. Along with teaching movement, meditation, and contemplative practices, kelley nicole leads retreats, hosts workshops, and contributes to multiple teacher training programs. kelley nicole also works as a race equity educator, working to create collaborative learning and self-study spaces where inquiry-based learning brings new perspectives, insights, and action. 

kelley nicole is a writer and collage artist focusing that work on black liberation, wholeness, and healing. kelley nicole serves as a founding member of The Sanctuary In The City, a Charlotte-based non-profit that focuses on equitable healing spaces for BIPOC all over the world. kelley nicole also serves as a trainer for Accessible Yoga Training School.

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