Join us for a multifaceted creative exploration of sexuality, gender and
Join us for a multifaceted creative exploration of sexuality, gender and community, themed around LGBTQ+ rainbow flags. This online course is infused with wellbeing and connection, as we move through the Progress Pride flag’s colours and meanings, using them as a therapeutic guide to self-enquiry. From manifestos, spells and incantations, through to our connections to ecology. In a safe and contained environment, we’ll support each other around grief, loss and transitions. And, of course, we’ll celebrate relationships and sexualities, in their kaleidoscope of forms. Anyone with an interest in writing and creative wellbeing can attend. Members of the LGBTQIA+ community, of all gender and sexual identities are heartily welcomed. This will be a safe and inclusive environment where gender, gender expression and all sexualities are respected and celebrated.
The course is 12 hours set over six Monday nights, starting on the 1st February and are as follows:
Session 1: Spirit and Serenity – 1st Feb 7-9pm
Session 2: Magic and Art 8th Feb – 7-9pm
Session 3: Nature and Sunlight – 15th Feb 7-9pm
Session 4: Grief and Remembrance – 22nd Feb 7-9pm
Session 5: Healing and Transformation – 1st March 7-9pm
Session 6: Life and Sexuality – 8th March 7-9pm
There will be reflective practice and tasks between each session to encourage self-enquiry and self care. We ask that you to endeavour to attend all the weeks, though some sections will be filmed (except group work) and homework given instead. If you have any questions about the course, please send an inquiry through the contact form below. If you have any additional needs you would like to discuss before the course, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
To book on the course, click on tickets below and select ‘yes’ in the drop-down menu to proceed. We have three spaces for low-waged people at a discounted rate, and two for a subsidised rate for unwaged. As spaces are so limited we do ask that if you can no longer attend the course, you let as know as soon as you can (and you will be refunded) so that your place can go to somebody else. If you would like to pay for your space in instalments, then please contact via the form to arrange.
Caleb Parkin: Caleb is a day-glo queero techno eco poet & facilitator, based in Bristol. His poems are published widely in journals and online. He tutors for Poetry Society, Poetry School and First Story and holds an MSc in Creative Writing for Therapeutic Purposes. He’s currently working on his first collection, focused on queering ecopoetry, and since October 2020 is the third Bristol City Poet.
Emma Edwards: Emma is a solution-focused hypnotherapist, yoga teacher and diversity trainer based in Bristo, who runs Shine Hypnotherapy and Yoga. As a queer woman she is passionate about diversity and accessibility in wellbeing, and she trains fellow therapists in working with LGBTQ+ clients. Her Queer Yoga class in Bristol celebrates and welcomes all members of the LGBTQ+ community. She is also a trained end-of-life doula and used to run Bristol Death Café.
Loussin-Torah biog: Loussin-Torah is a talented actress, multi-disciplinary artist and yoga teacher based in North London. From challenges with mental health and relationships, to race and social injustice, she writes and performs poetry that expresses the raw and vulnerable truth. Loussin-Torah coaches people in how to take the audience on a journey through powerful storytelling techniques. Loussin-Torah is a cofounder of Wombxnity; a gender-inclusive poetry, music and movement medicine jam that celebrates the femme expression. She is also a company member of Represent Theatre.
Chris Hubley biog: Chris is an artist, drag performer and art historian, and has been involved with organising various queer events over the years. He is a bisexual genderqueer trans man, and has written about how queer lives and identities can be explored through visual art and the role institutions play in determining which art and artists gain recognition. His goals in life are to create spaces for marginalised creatives to share their work and destroy the low/high culture dichotomy.
(Monday) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
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