Community Heartbeat Meetup
At the Community Heartbeat Meetup we come together after having a great, challenging, or exhausting week in order to rest and celebrate in community. Here, we are invited to come as we are, and be with what wants to happen. For those of us who feel inspired, it can be a playground where we can explore co-creation and facilitation in a safe, friendly environment. Maybe someone wants to test an idea for a workshop, class, technique, or exercise. Maybe, in the moment, we decide to start an ecstatic dance, primal play, forum, mens/womens group, acro yoga, tea & tie, or something completely new and unexpected.
We can also look towards the future and talk about what we want to create together, what we would like to organise, what we would like to learn more about, what kind of facilitated workshops we would like to participate in, and how we can support Relational Spaces as an organization.
Each of us, with our diverse backgrounds, can discover how we belong – how we can express our wishes, needs, and desires; what gifts we have to offer to the community; how can we help each other to be and relate in a more authentic way, and ultimately, how to have a great time together.
If you have been curious about Relational Spaces but not dared to come and say ‘Hi’, this is your chance! Get to know the community of Relational Spaces not through the facilitators, but through the people who love going and hanging out there.
This event is born out of an initiative of two Friends of Relational Spaces (Svenja Keune and Michail Nenkov) to host an event from the community for the community.
We will start with a short check-in ritual to land in the space, and with one another. After that we will see what the group field calls for.
If there is a specific focus for an upcoming event it will be communicated beforehand in the “Friends of Relational Spaces” Facebook group, and in the Facebook event.
Free for Friends & Members. Donations of 50DKK (mobile pay or cash) for those who can afford it are welcome. The money is used to support Relational Spaces. If you can’t make that, come anyways.