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To offer people working on humanitarian crisis a deep listening of the body to learn (or remember) how to inhabit a felt sense of safety, transforming experiences of trauma, violence and oppression through: 

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  • Infusing empathy and humanity into the field of humanitarian work, recognizing the interconnectedness of all.

  • The benefit of resting in the fullness of being, embracing both the pleasant and the unpleasant. We recognize that true well-being arises from the acknowledgement of the entirety of our human experience.

  • Recognizing the role of the autonomic nervous system (ANS), particularly its sympathetic and parasympathetic branches, in shaping physiological responses to stress, perceived threats and trauma.

  • Acknowledging and valuing the body's moment to moment interoceptive and proprioceptive signals to find emotional regulation and safety for decision-making and attunement.

  • Providing and co-creating safe, nurturing and trauma-sensitive environments that recognize and support the transformative journey from trauma.

  • Encouraging a radical and transformative perception of care as a revolutionary force affecting individuals, communities, and the environment.

  • Celebrating diversity and harnessing the collective strength that arises from the unique resources within each individual, ancestry and culture.

  • Embracing a collaborative approach where ideas are collectively shaped, felt, and listened to.


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embodied care and safety transform the realities of trauma, violence, and oppression. In this world, our life experiences deepen empathy for ourselves, others, and the environment. We work to weave a global fabric of collective well-being, where resilience and care flourish even in adversity.

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