We live in turbulent times and there is a great call for the collective to come together and fight the systems of white supremacist heteropatriarchy. How do we address and heal from racist misogyny? What can we do to be part of the solution?
If you want to dive deep into how to commit to anti-racist efforts and get comfortable with your discomfort around discussing and addressing race and racism, join me for my SPIRITUAL ACTIVISM 101 Online Workshops.
The Spiritual Activism 101 online workshop is an opportunity to come together to have sacred and spiritual conversation about how we can acknowledge our privilege, heal our race-related wounds and actively contribute to lasting, effective racial justice.
This 90 minute webinar replay includes:
curated discussion and education on anti-racism, internalized oppression and addressing whiteness/white supremacy,
space to share our hurts/struggles/frustration regarding race, gender and it's intersections,
intentional journalling to unpack our blind spots,
spiritual tools + practices to assist in committing to anti-racism + inclusion,
guided meditation + transformational breathwork to release and let go.
We will carve out sacred space, honour our challenges and cycle that shit up and out. Folks will leave feeling supported and empowered in their journey to better show up for themselves and the collective, and most importantly, in supporting people of colour (particularly Black and Indigenous folks).
Open to all hue-mans, especially white folks wanting to learn how they can better support PoC (especially Black + Indigenous womxn), PoC seeking help addressing internalized oppression and/or all those seeking spiritual tools + practices to assist in committing to anti-racism.
Folx will leave feeling more supported and empowered in their journey to better show up for themselves and the collective, and most importantly, in supporting people of colour (particularly Black and Indigenous womxn).
Interested in an in-person Spiritual Activism 101 Workshop? Bring me to your town or business! Holler at me here.
“…I wanted to say thank you. Truly. It was such a powerful seminar and I was so honoured to be a part of it. It has made me realize how much work I have to still do on my own issues, as well as the work that must be done on a larger level.”
– Alison McEwen, Lawyer, Ottawa, Canada
"[Rachel] gets into your head. She scared the S#!T out of me, then taught me how to pay attention and ways to move forward with grace and compassion."
- Barbara Kuhr, Co-Founder of WIRED Magazine, Montana, USA
“Your Spiritual Activism 101 Webinar pushed all the right buttons and has given me the right language and tools to understand where I fit within the racist patriarchy, what work I still need to do to uncover my internalised oppression and draw boundaries to preserve myself in the anti-racist fight...thank you, so very much- for all that you do to help, support and challenge us POC, while also taking on the monster that is the white supremacist racist patriarchy!"
-Anu Priya , Fundraising Coordinator, Leeds, UK
“Just ... wow. Thank you. I'm kind of cracked down the middle right now, and I thank you for that. I am still scared and I'm still unpacking that fear, but yeesh -- thank you. I want all my friends and loved ones to watch this. Sharing! Also, the breath work was incredible.”
-Makenzie, Healthcare Technology, Wisconsin, USA
Spiritual Activism 101 is just the beginning, we have oh so much more work to do so let’s keep diving deep!
This online workshop is carefully curated for White and White-passing folks, particularly White womxn, to continue the sacred and spiritual conversation required for radical racial justice.
This webinar includes:
a deeper dive into anti-racism education and terminology (including spiritual bypassing and cultural appropriation);
practical exercises pulled from daily life to apply, discuss and share how to best act in allyship;
guided meditation to ground and connect; and
takeaway worksheet for reflection.
We will once again carve out brave sacred space, honour our challenges and cycle that shit up and out. Open to White folks wanting to dive deeper in learning how they can best support POCs, particularly BIWOCs, and add to their toolkit of spiritual practices to engage in authentic anti-racism.
PREREQUISITES: All those registering must have taken my Spiritual Activism 101 webinar or workshop.
This online workshop is carefully curated for POCs ONLY, particularly black + brown womxn, to continue the sacred and spiritual conversation required for healing our internalized oppression and racial trauma .
This webinar includes:
a deeper dive into the meaning and consequences of anti-blackness, internalized oppression and racial trauma;
spiritual tools for unearthing and healing from the grief caused by racial trauma;
shared discussion to share hurts and frustrations in a space ONLY for POCs;
guided visual imagery meditation to ground and connect in ourselves; and
takeaway worksheet for ongoing self-inquiry.
We will once again carve out brave sacred space, honour our challenges and cycle that shit up and out. Open to POCs seeking spiritual tools to unpack internalized oppression and heal trauma down the ancestral line.
PREREQUISITES: All those registering must have attended either: (a) my Spiritual Activism 101 webinar/workshop, (b) my WOC Talks workshop, and/or (c) recently engaged in other self-healing work addressing race + racism.
Are you a womxn of colour seeking straight-forward support to transition into more joy?
Need guidance moving through grief on your own terms? This, is for you.
The fact is, grief sucks.
It stems from all sorts of stuff in our lives - navigating racist patriarchy, death, heartbreak, burnout, loss of self, moving, pet loss, infertility, financial woes, parenthood, marriage etc. Moving through a white supremacist world as a womxn of colour is taxing on all levels - mentally, emotionally, spiritually and physically.
Grief changes everything. It changes you. For better or for worse - the choice is yours. I can help.
Getting Through Grief is a 10-week, self-guided e-course for womxn of colour that will help you minimize the pain of grief and turn whatever you're dealing with into a launching point for more JOY.
Nurturing guidance to help honour where you're at and transition into your power;
Weekly straight-forward exercises and worksheets to help you connect with your heart at your own pace;
Reflective meditation + journalling;
Transformational breathwork to aid in combatting the sads and boosting the glads;
A virtual yin yoga class (that you can do in your PJs!);
Private FB support group and a group coaching call for virtual peer support from folks who "get it" (which you can skip if you prefer to do the course on your own);
Practical tools and spiritual resources to help you cope with your ish;
Feeling seen, heard, supported and relieved!
You'll receive an email every Sunday AM with curated content to help you dive into your loss, face the dark and embrace the light
You'll have the whole week to move through the content at your own pace and if you fall behind a week or more - no sweat! Go at your own pace, no problem mon
You'll get a live virtual Q+A Session AND a live group coaching call. You can engage as much or as little as you like
This is a self-directed course so everything is an offering...take + partake in what resonates, leave or omit the rest. Get through grief on your own terms.
“[Getting Through Grief] provided me with the perfect blend of space to dive deep into my thoughts and grief, and support to help me look forward. Rachel is so fun, approachable, smart and badass - she creates room for real talk and made all of the work approachable. [Getting Through Grief] provides a truly comprehensive toolkit for working through grief and loss.”
“I had to take some time in silence to reflect on [this] experience...So GRATEFUL that I have been blessed with you and your work in my life. Thank you.”
- Barbara Bye, Flint, Michigan
“Rachel's grief course work material covers so many aspects of emotional well being. I came out of the course with a whole new set of tools to work with moving forward. Her questions and worksheets are thought provoking and inspiring and I left each week feeling lifted and supported.”