With Musician, Yogi, Ritualist, and Activist
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Reclaiming the power of self expression to heal trauma and unleash creativity
Do you yearn to stand in your power and speak your truth? Is it time to listen to the poetry of your own soul and to give it voice? Would you like to take your spiritual work out into the world in embodied, compassionate, and active ways and feel that your voice is your “final frontier”?
Join Suzanne for this ecstatic immersion into the heart of soulful self-expression and discover your ability to live, express and embody your song and your truth. The Voice of Change Method is a comprehensive system of releasing blocks to self expression. Weaving together a number of modalities including sound, story, movement and ritual, the VOC journey holds at its centre the understanding that we are all hard-wired for self-expression and can heal our personal, collective and ancestral trauma through art, creativity and community.
You will learn:
- how self expression is key to healing trauma
- how embodying our truth can lead to a more joyful life
- how to unlock your creative potential and find the self-expression that fits you best
- to understand and heal the core traumas that keep you protected but shut down
- the physiology of singing as well as how to use your own voice as a tool for empowerment
- how to remove blocks to power & confidence and get your message into the world
- how to use words and songs to awaken, heal, and build community
About Suzanne Sterling
Suzanne Sterling is a musician, yogi, ritualist and activist who has been performing and teaching transformational workshops for over 25 years. She is founder of Voice of Change, inspiring others to find their unique voice as a tool for conscious evolution, and co-founder of Off The Mat, Into the World. Suzanne has been featured at hundreds of international festivals and conference centers including Yoga Journal, Omega, Esalen, Wanderlust, Bhaktifest, World Festival of Sacred Music and many more.
Since 2007 she has been training leaders in activism and social justice through her co-founded organization Off The Mat, Into the World. As director of OTM’s Seva Challenge Humanitarian Tours, she has spent time in the US, India, Cambodia, Haiti, Ecuador and Africa working in community resilience and raising awareness about critical global issues.
For nearly 30 years Suzanne has worked with the International Reclaiming Community, co-creating public ritual for healing and social justice. She offers yearlong trainings in Sacred Leadership, is part of the nationwide faculty for YogaWorks Teacher Trainings and is excitedly training facilitators in her signature Voice of Change work. She has released 5 solo albums and numerous DVD soundtracks.