The Gorgeous Offerings: Healing the Mind and Body

Workshops facilitated by Mindy Milam

Join Mindy Milam, LCSW, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker and Certified Mind-Body Medicine Practitioner, for two workshops offering mind-body skills to the public, prioritizing needs in the BIPOC community and focusing on grief compounded by stress and trauma. In these workshops, participants will learn evidence-based techniques for emotional well-being and nutritional health in small, supportive groups.

This is the second presentation of The Gorgeous Offerings, a series of rituals, sacred spaces, workshops, and community gatherings to support healing from the loss and disorientation of the COVID-19 pandemic.

To RSVP, contact the facilitators directly at The venue for the workshops will be shared with individuals after registration and a brief intake process. Space is limited.

Mind Body Workshop Julie Verlinden Photography

Jalisa Roberts in Requiem for a Stranger Photo by Julie Verlinden

These workshops will explore how trauma and grief can lead people to disconnect from themselves, while mind-body tools facilitate self-discovery and personal empowerment. Participants will learn the science and skills of meditation, guided imagery, biofeedback, and self-expression in words, drawings, and movement in small, supportive groups.

This program is part of Inter[SECTOR], the CAC’s three-year multidisciplinary arts programming centering cross-sector engagements with the fields of carceral justice, healthcare, and the environment. Learn more

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The Gorgeous Offerings are supported by NPN’s Creation Fund, New Music USA's Creator Development Fund in 2021, Alternate Roots, the Puffin Foundation, The New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Foundation, and the Network of Ensemble Theaters.

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