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Wed, 22 Mar


Online Learning Lab

REFUGIA: Healing Through Rituals (March)

How can rituals serve us in creating healing centered spaces?

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REFUGIA: Healing Through Rituals (March)
REFUGIA: Healing Through Rituals (March)

Time & Location

22 Mar 2023, 16:00 – 17:30 CET

Online Learning Lab

About the Event

How can rituals serve us in creating healing centered spaces?

Ritual ( when done right) can be a very powerful tool in creating spaces for healing.

When we create a ritual, we can create a shared purposeful experience that is designated to healing.

They can help us go through grief collectively, so we can be each other's witnesses and have a shared experience.

Where to start when it comes to rituals and ritual design? 

How can you create something meaningful for the space and the people you share this with? 

And what examples do we know of rituals that serve us in healing together?

Who is this session for?

- This session is for facilitators, space holders, team leaders, event organizers, coaches, teachers, community weavers and individuals who are keen in designing healing spaces. 

- It is for people interested to know more about the importance of healing-centered spaces and communities. 

- It is for people who are open to deeply reflect on their own practices when it comes to holding space for others.

Please take note: This session will not be recorded. You will receive the pdf copy of the slides and other resources at the end of the session. 

If you wish to connect after the session, there is a private group that you can join to continue the conversations. 

About Nynke Vos

Nynke Vos is an expert in group dynamics, works with a systemic perspective and is trained as a rite of passage facilitator. Together with Lana and Viktor she is founder of community rituals; an initiative that specializes in making rituals to support communities. She has a special interest in rituals for grief, mourning and death.

She has led groups of teenagers and young adults over 15 years, supporting them in their transition into adulthood. Currently she makes rituals for work and life transitions and hosts on- and offline campfires for communities, giving space for storytelling, deep listening and connection and works at a school for Afghan refugees.

This event has a group. You’re welcome to join the group once you register for the event.


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