Movement as Grounding: Qigong Workshop with Lingji and Singha Hon
1 – 3PM
A guided Qigong session and tutorial to help participants ground themselves with spiritual wisdom, learning the beginnings of the path to complete liberation through movement.
NOTE: We will be prioritizing BIPOC participation in these workshops and encourage you to RSVP via the corresponding eventbrite link for more info. No one will be turned away for lack of funds! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
*We are asking for a sliding scale donation of $10-$25 to attend our anni programs with proceeds going towards our 4 year anni fundraiser in support of the W.O.W. Project’s 2020-2021 programming, an initiative that supports Chinatown’s resiliency in the wake of COVID-19 (soon to be announced!) and Communities United for Police Reform (CPR).
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ABOUT THE WOW 4 YEAR ANNI
W.O.W. Project is thrilled to be curating month-long programming centering community care and resiliency in a time that we need it the most. Through these programs, we open up space to explore what healing, resiliency and grounding can look like as we experience and emerge from this moment of grief, rage and most importantly, hope. Join us in celebrating the building of this cultural movement here in Chinatown, our neighborhood’s rsiliency and the movement for black lives. We believe care and healing, especially in community, is key to a pathway to our collective liberation.
In honor of W.O.W.’s 4 year anniversary, we will be fundraising a total of $50,000 not only for W.O.W. Project’s 5th year programming but we will also be donating 50% (25% to each org) of our funds raised to an initiative that supports Chinatown’s resiliency in the wake of COVID-19 (soon to be announced!) and Communities United for Police Reform, a NYC campaign fighting for community safety and police accountability.