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Tending to Our Climate Grief

Wednesday, December 15, 2021 11 Tevet 5782

7:00 PM - 9:00 PMvia Zoom

Tending to Our Climate Grief: A Practice for Shmita & Solstice

with Janna Diamond
Wednesday, December 15 from 7-9 pm
via Zoom

This offering is generously funded by the Eli Rose Fund.

The Shmita year offers us a unique opportunity to practice skills of slowing down to navigate a changing world.  One of the most potent moments of the year for reflection is the winter solstice, the turning from the deepest dark to the return of light.

CBH has invited Janna Diamond to bring us a rich offering for this moment of awakening and reckoning with our relationship to the Earth.

Together, we’ll explore dynamic and experiential ways to meet ourselves during challenging times. We will open to new pathways of moving and being in our lives, with one another, and on this precarious planet we call home. This is an opportunity to tune into the places within us that are influenced by the greater ecosystem and in relationship with all life.

For the Zoom link, please register below.

Janna Diamond is a somatic practitioner and educator working at the intersection of trauma healing, climate change, and consciousness. Her work focuses on supporting people to cultivate inner resources for collective evolution. She has a private therapeutic practice and leads groups nationally, most recently for Yale University, The Hive Cincinnati, Extinction Rebellion, and Hazon. Previously, Janna served as the national grassroots organizer at HIAS, guiding Jewish communities to take meaningful action for refugees and asylum seekers. 


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