Please welcome Renelyn Quinicot (she/her), a queer filipina artist and movement & meditation teacher. Join our 7th CAARDI: Counter Anti-Asian Racism Digital Initiative speaker for her talk, Tools for Care: Tracing Memory, Lineage, and Story Through the Body.
This 2-hour session will be part-practice, part-workshop, talk, and open discussion. Over the two hour session, artist and facilitator, Renelyn Quinicot (she/her) will be offering Tools for Care – different mindfulness techniques through breathwork, and movement based meditations to helps us collectively ground into our bodies, and learn techniques we can continue to resource into our every days. She’ll be sharing a talk on her relationship to the importance of care for Self, as never an isolated action, but one that ripples effect beyond, and before us. The workshop will end with a mindful-writing exercise and open discussion.
Renelyn Quinicot (she/her) is a queer filipina artist and movement & meditation teacher born and based out of Parkdale Village in Toronto. Her offerings include Kundalini Yoga, Pilates, Aerobic Exercise, Yoga Nidr?, Sound Meditation and more. She is passionate about curating spaces for connection and storytelling, where art, music and wellness can intersect. In all her work, she explores the body as a keeper of story and lineage, PLAY as a radical act of resistance, and is most of all, passionate about sharing supportive breathing tools to remind us of our own body as a wise resource of care.