TNP168 Somatics for White-Bodied Folks Recovering Ancestral Wisdom with Marika Heinrichs

64 minutes

Marika Heinrichs is the granddaughter of German Mennonite, British, and Irish settlers to the part of Turtle Island colonially known as Canada. She is a queer, femme, somatics practitioner and facilitator whose work focuses on the recovery of ancestral wisdom through body-based ways of knowing, and challenging the appropriation and erasure of Indigenous knowledge in the field of somatics. Marika resides on Attawandaron, Haudenosaunee and Anishinabe territory (a.k.a. Guelph, Ontario). 

Kai Cheng Thom

Susan Raffo's Piece on the origins of craniosacral therapy

Susan Raffo's piece on acknowledging the lineages of healing practices

Bear Hebert on quitting yoga

Michael J. Morris

Prentis Hemphill

Don Hanlon Jonhson

Camille Barton

Robin Wall Kimmerer

Resmaa Menakem

generative somatics

NeuroAffective Touch

Focusing

Marika's blog post on Bealtaine

Marika's course for practitioners

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