Community Offerings

Public Sculpture Portland, OR  Photography by Claudelle Glasgow (c)

Public Sculpture Portland, OR

Photography by Claudelle Glasgow (c)

Weekend Warrior Training I for BIPOC

As Black, Indigenous, and People of Color, our fundamental ground of innate goodness is challenged on a daily basis in several spheres of our existence.  This can bring a seemingly fundamental ground of stress and negativity into our lives. This practice will offer opportunities through combining meditation and the arts to continually access that goodness in the face of racial oppressions with gentleness and appreciation.

This program introduces the practice of meditation and the basic principles of the Shambhala teachings.  

This program is open to those who identify as BIPOC. No previous experience with meditation is necessary.

Cherry Blossoms on Oak Bottom Trail Portland, OR (Sellwood)  Photography by Claudelle Glasgow (c)

Cherry Blossoms on Oak Bottom Trail Portland, OR (Sellwood)

Photography by Claudelle Glasgow (c)

HEart of Justice

This 4 week healing group is for black, indigenous, and people of color (BIPOC) who are engaged in the work of dismantling unhealthy patterns in our society or who are in the healing vocational path. This group will offer space to share stories of struggle, resistance and resilience. This will be an opportunity to learn from one another, create a daily practices of self-care, and hold space for others win community.

"One Step at a Time" - Jamez Springs, New Mexico  Photography by Claudelle Glasgow (c)

"One Step at a Time" - Jamez Springs, New Mexico

Photography by Claudelle Glasgow (c)

Teaching/Presentations

Dr. G enjoys presenting on intersecting topics including race, trauma, mental health, Buddhism/spirituality, somatic healing, gender and identity. Contact them to explore your needs.