This workshop was originally facilitated on June 19, 2020.
Chinese medicine has a unique way of understanding nutrition, with a strong connection to culture and cosmology. This specified knowledge of energetic nourishment can help to deepen and heal our relationship to food, as well as the planet.
Participants of this workshop will receive an overview of Chinese philosophy and theory, a primer on racism in farming and agriculture in the U.S., and a list of resources of where to connect with BIPoC and LGBTQIA led organizations doing similar work around land sovereignty, ecological restoration and ancestral farm practices.
The suggested sliding scale exchange for this workshop is $12-$48 with all proceeds going to the Northeast Farmers of Color Land Trust (NEFOC-LT) located in the northeast region. NEFOC-LT is a collective of Indigenous, Black, Latinx, and Asian farmers and land stewards who honor their ancestral knowledge in pursuit of advancing land sovereignty through permanent and secure land tenure. In addition to the recording, the workshop slides will also be provided.
Please provide your preferred email address at check out. Once your order is confirmed, you will receive a Dropbox link. You do not need to have an account to access the recording and slides. You will need a solid internet connection in order to view and download the workshop materials.
Each email with the contents of the workshop is crafted in real time and may take up to 1-2 days to deliver. Your patience is sincerely appreciated in advance.
About the Facilitator:
Christian Totty, LAc, Dipl OM, AOBTA-CP, NADA-CP, is a passionate health professional dedicated to nurturing intersectional healing and movements for justice. She has advanced training in therapeutic bodywork, whole food therapy, cultural studies, trauma-informed care and urban farming.
Please contact us via email at info@loamacupuncture with any questions or concerns.