Kaitlin June
is the bright, soulful Scorpio you’ve been ready to meet. A full blown Southern song-catcher, voice-doula and truth-teller, she brings just the right mix of fun, sexy play and deep, dark fire. She is also a social justice theater creator and performer and is hella passionate about the role of expressive arts in dismantling white supremacy. She loves to be a guide for individuals, couples, and groups in finding their unique, strong voices in the creation of the new paradigm. For more on her life and work visit www.kaitlinjune.com

Practicing ProVOCative:
A down and dirty approach to raising your (actual) voice

 

PART 1: INTERRUPTING RACISM

You’re probably tired of playing nice.
You’re probably aware not everyone’s going to like all the things you want to express in the name of justice
You know speaking up aint always pretty, but how often do you actually practice….with your actual voice?
Time to roll up your sleeves, dive into the muck and ask yourself:

When it’s your moment to stand up and speak big truth, will you have the courage?

With a strong, loving container and central focus on embodiment, the dare is on. Through creative partner and group exercises we practice interrupting moments of racism with our voices. We practice staying present with our fear and expanding our capacity for discomfort. We practice fucking up and trying again. We practice calling out and calling in with compassion. We dive into darkness on purpose with the intention of training our hearts and voices to show up proudly for ourselves and our communities. Through this process we gain confidence in speaking up, trust in our voices and shared intimacy with our fellow badass journeyers. Do you dare?

PART 2: SPEAKING CONSENT/VOCALIZING OUR DESIRES

You’re probably tired of keeping quiet.
You’re probably aware not everyone’s going to like all the things you want to express in all your sexy glory.
You know speaking up aint always easy, but how often do you actually practice….with your actual voice?
Time to roll up your sleeves, dive in and ask yourself:

When it’s your moment to stand up and speak your full truth, will you have the courage?

With a strong, loving container and central focus on embodiment, the dare is on. Through creative partner and group exercises we practice proudly stating our boundaries as well as our desires. We practice staying present with our fears and creating safety for ourselves. We practice fucking up and trying again. We practice saying no and yes with conviction and compassion. We dive in on purpose with the intention of training our hearts and voices to show up strong for ourselves and our communities.Through this process we gain confidence in speaking up, trust in our voices and shared intimacy with our fellow badass journeyers. Do you dare?