What do you need right NOW to be well Online Event
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join Kanada Gorla, co-creator of Catalyst and Lydia Newman, Catalyst Course co-facilitator, to explore staying well in body and soul during this time. Kanada setting some context, Lydia leading us in an embodiment practice she is using herself these days to stay in a good place, with a Q&A after.
This workshop will allow us to put down our thinking brains and allow us to sink into the wisdom of the body. Be prepared to let your body communicate unknown truths to yourself as we give it centre stage.
Let it be fun, let it be joyful, let it be restful and emancipating as we give ourselves a chance to experience ourselves and our space in new ways.
Kanada is a leadership and transformational change consultant, group process facilitator, executive coach and mentor. Her core work is developing leaders and change makers of all ages and walks of life, releasing the innate genius of individuals and teams, launching young adults powerfully into the world, and contributing wherever she can to the co-creation of human cultures ‘worth coming home to’.
Kanada has contributed to Embercombe from the beginning, from the early days of dreaming in the Council to her current work leading The Journey, Catalyst and Speaking Out, and on bespoke programmes for On Purpose and Brighton Dome’s Miss Represented.
Kanada has many years’ experience developing values-led leadership and cultures of resilience, wellbeing and high performance. Her approach is intuitive and pragmatic, holistic and results-oriented. She is adept at working in different sectors, cultures and countries. To find out more visit Shine.
Lydia has a passion for and excels in using the power of creative practice to generate change. She is skilled in the facilitation of drama and visual arts techniques to encourage exploration and generate introspective ‘Authentic Leadership Thinking’ in the individuals and groups she works with.
She has a wide range of experience in leading visual art workshops and directing drama programmes in schools, community centres, prisons and corporate organisations in the UK to working with schools, orphanages and NGO’s through The Vessel UK in Tanzania, Kenya and Gambia. Her deep listening and easy rapport make Lydia a dynamic and perceptive workshop facilitator.
Over the last eleven years Lydia has managed community projects and led staff training for Save the Children, Crossroads Care CNL, KORI, Jackson’s Lane and NSC The Challenge. Her practical and administrative knowledge gives her a 360 view of creating, delivering and documenting youth and community projects to an exceptionally high standard.