A 1-day retreat to cultivate the depths of your healing, ancestral gifts and leadership
February 16, 2024 | 12pm EST
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Witnessing continuous horrors happening in our world have shaken us to our core.
In the midst of this colonial nightmare, the default may be to numb and lose ourselves (and one another) in it all.
However, what if we choose differently?
What’s possible when we orient towards a deepest vision of our beloved Ancestors?
What if we can touch into real beauty and goodness without bypassing all the hard (and necessary) stuff?
What new world and new possibilities are we able to create.
And for those of us who live in bodies that have been systemically brutalized our tenderness is also resistance and liberation.
Our softness reminds of what we’re fighting for, crying for, rallying for and what our ancestors lived and died for.
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Thérèse Cator is a mother, a daughter, a sister and a friend and the founder of Embodied Black Girl, a global community that centers the healing and liberation of Black women and femmes. She’s also a Decolonial Leadership guide, a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner, an anti-oppression facilitator, an artist and a healer from a deep lineage of medicine people and revolutionaries.
Over the past 15 years, Thérèse has worked with people from all backgrounds and her work has been featured in Forbes and Mashable twice as well as Essence, Travel Noire, Jezebel, Authority Magazine, Mind Body Green, Motherly, Yahoo News, among others.
Thérèse’s work weaves together spirituality, somatics and social change and exists in the world to provide deep counsel and guidance to cultural shapers to heal intergenerationally, unearth their deepest expression of embodied leadership and birth revolutionary work and worlds.
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