(Please note that all workshops are provided online only at this time)
Camille offers embodied facilitation using a healing-centred, culturally-attuned, and trauma-informed approach to build collective experiences of embodied resilience and liberation. These offerings are curated experiential learning opportunities for communities and groups. Camille draws from their own cultural background in Afro-indigenous somatic practices and intersections of their lived experience. Their style is influenced by education and various training including (but not limited to) Afro-centered dance practices, Afro-spiritual technologies, and a variety of somatic / body-based / embodied modalities.
Camille centres her practice on the experiences of Black women, femmes, non-binary/gnc individuals who have lived experiences of misogynoir. Camille is also experienced in holding containers for Black, Indigenous, and otherwise racialized groups, as well as mixed/integrated* group experiences.
*Camille works with mixed/integrated groups whose organizations are committed to disrupting colonial oppression and engage competent and adequate levels of support for their participant populations.
If you are interested in booking Camille to curate and facilitate a somatic movement / somatic dance workshop, please send an e-mail to [email protected]
For past workshop facilitation offerings, please click here.