How gs is changing

As we continue the work of organizational culture change, we have assessed how gs is already changing and what work remains to be done. We wrote down some of our current reflections about new practices we're in, recent highlights, and current priorities.

Daily Practice Space (online)

We transform through embodying new practices over time and it is much easier to stay in practice within community. This 30 minute daily practice space is for movement leaders in this time of ongoing change and loss. This space is open to anyone who has already practiced politicized somatics with gs or organizations who practice with the methodology developed by gs. This space is free of charge.

gs Practitioners Network

The gs Practitioners Network is an organized network of politicized somatic coaches, therapists, and healing practitioners who have built somatic competence through gs programs.

As 2021 completes, looking back

As an organization, over the past 2 years, gs has confronted unprecedented challenges that ultimately are moving us toward more alignment with our commitments to racial justice and collective power. We wrote this update about it.

Celebrating BIPOC Embodied Leadership

We are excited to share a celebratory update about our BIPOC Embodied Leadership course that launched in September.
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How gs is changing

As we continue the work of organizational culture change, we have assessed how gs is already changing and what work remains to be done. We wrote down some of our current reflections about new practices we’re in, recent highlights, and current priorities.

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Looking back.

As an organization, over the past 2 years, gs has confronted unprecedented challenges that ultimately are moving us toward more alignment with our commitments to racial justice and collective power. We wrote this update about it.

Read Here.

A celebratory update about our BIPOC Embodied Leadership course.

Read here.

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We bring a deep, pragmatic, and actionable approach to embodied transformation for movement leaders and formations.

Is somatics relevant for the movement?

From 2009 to 2010, gs gathered national movement leaders to answer this question. We received a resounding ‘yes,’ to somatics as an approach to transformation for movements. generative somatics engages a mind/body methodology that builds embodied leadership to align our personal and collective practices with our principles and to heal from trauma and internalized oppression. Over the past ten years, we have received the same message from leaders, members, healers, and organizations. We are clear that somatics with a social analysis is relevant, useful, and needed in social and environmental justice movements

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Find a practitioner for you within our organized network of gs-trained coaches, therapists, and healing practitioners. Learn more about becoming a gs practitioner and joining the gs Practitioners Network.

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Our Movement Partners

We have worked with hundreds of movement leaders and their organizations through Movement Partnerships. We began these partnerships in 2011 with the National Domestic Worker Alliance (NDWA). We share vision and values with Movement Partnerships, an understanding of somatics as a holistic approach, and a commitment to have a significant impact. Through these partnerships, we work with teams, membership, organizations, and alliances.

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