At the intersections of embodiment, mindfulness, feminism, and social justice.
Beth's speaking style is engaging, often humorous, and grounded in extensive teaching experience. Her talks lead participants through interactive sessions that combine mindfulness practices with feminist analysis. She is adept at talking with participants who hold a range of complex identities and who are at a range of familiarity and "comfort-levels" with social justice concepts. She is compassionate--and, when necessary--compassionately fierce--in facilitating meaningful discussions to unlearn oppression and work toward justice.
Recent Speaking Events
Beth Can Speak on the following topics:
Embodying Social Change
Yoga and Social Justice
Mindfulness as a Practice of Social Change
Becoming Social Change Agents
Resilience and Sustainability in Social Change Work
Unlearning Internalized Oppression
Mindfulness and Preventing Activist Burnout
Facilitating Anti-Racist, Feminist, Queer Dialogues on Campus
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