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Posted by: Stacey Shrader Joslin on Oct 14, 2020

The heart of sensory awareness practice is living an awake and responsive life and is based on the principle that we cannot heal what we are not willing to address. Sensory awareness practitioner Lee Klinger Lesser will offer a two-day online workshop on the mornings of Oct. 24 and 25 beginning at 11 a.m. CDT each day to introduce the practice and how it can be used to address hard issues in our country’s past. The “Cultivating our Capacity to Respond: Sensory Awareness and Anti-Racism” workshop will explore the basics of sensory awareness, how to quiet sensations, and how to move into action. She will be joined by Jarvis Masters, who teaches mindfulness while serving on death row at San Quentin Prison. Proceeds from the workshop will benefit the Equal Justice Initiative, which is committed to ending mass incarceration and excessive punishment, challenging racial and economic injustice, and protecting human rights.