Posted by National Society Of Intimacy Professionals
As an Intimacy Professional working in so-called Canada, it is no longer a matter of “if” you will work on an Indigenous-led project, but “when”. A collaboration between Naheyawin’s Hunter Cardinal and facilitator/IP Phay Moores, this workshop will highlight Indigenous perspectives on intimacy as well as applications of staged intimacy for performance.
This is a beginner’s educational resource, focusing on introductory education for non-Indigenous and/or settler IPs. This course is a two-parter with a one hour lunch/brain break in between.
The development of this workshop was generously supported by Arts Club’s Bill Millerd Artist Fund.
Link to Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/171411204527
This course is part of The National Society of Intimacy Professional’s (NSIP) Certification Program. Once the certification curriculum is released, any workshops previously taken that have met the requirement will be counted.
This course does not make you qualified to teach this material, nor does it verify you as an Intimacy Professional. Any undertaking to use this other than for your own purposes is entirely at your own risk. If you are interested in becoming an IP, or instructor, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will be happy to begin a dialogue with you
20% discount available for global majority folks
100% off for self-identifying Indigenous people; all Indigenous folks hoping to attend please email email@example.com for a discount code.
There are limited community tickets and discounted sliding scale tickets available for this event for individuals with financial restrictions.We are passionate about supporting our community. If these price points are inaccessible to you please reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Bursaries are available for global majority folxs. Please reach out to us by filling in the form and sending it back to us. Bursary applications close one week before the workshop and the bursary recipients will be contacted by email.
If you have registered for one of NSIP’s workshops and you are no longer able to attend, our cancellation policy is as follows:
We can offer a full refund (excluding Eventbrite fees) up to 14 days out of the scheduled workshop
If you are first registering within this 14-day window, you have 48 hours to request a full refund.
Eventbrite charges 3.5%+ $1.59 per paid ticket. This is a nonrefundable fee.
50% refund after that up to 5 days out from the scheduled event date
No refund within 5 days of the event start date
If you are unable to attend the workshop and believe the circumstances warrant a full refund please reach out to NSIP and we will be happy to work with you.
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