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BIPOC Wellness Circle: Weaving Resiliency

An evening of yin movement, meditation, and ancestral connection through libations, shared storytelling, and poetry.

Join us for an in-person intentional evening of yin movement, meditation, and ancestral connection through libations, shared storytelling, and poetry. There will also be offerings of a community altar, cacao medicine, and energy cleansing. Cacao, traditional to many cultures in Central & South America, is a venerated plant also known as “The Food of the Gods” by indigenous Mayan and Aztec cultures. In ancient texts and modern research, cacao contains medicinal properties that help to open the heart. The elixir will be prepared with dairy-free milk & coconut sugar. This is a space for Us by US where we can come with our gifts of song and poetry, and collectively share in grief and joy as we honor ourselves and our ancestors. Come as you are!


  • To connect intentionally with community

  • To drop into our hearts and prayer

  • To offer a space where everyone’s gifts are equally invited and welcome

  • To share an indigenous perspective of land and community connection

  • To celebrate and honor the ancestors

  • To be in a brave space of grief and joy

  • To invite in a collaborative atmosphere

About Talyce Ketura

Occupying Multnomah & Chinook land, Talyce Ketura (they/she) is the founder of Ancestral Seed Healing, a multi-faceted platform that embodies holistic, radical community care. They are a queer, gender-fluid mixed Afro-Caribbean fem who serves as a full- spectrum doula, student midwife, community organizer, herbalist and ritualist. Within their work, they are dedicated to sharing tools for embodied ancestral healing through the use of ritual arts and somatic integration. They also aim to generate social equity through a lense of active decolonization and with a centralized focus on intergenerational ancestral healing. Talyce carries Indigenous teachings from their elders of Mexico, Puerto Rico & Costa Rica and are dedicated to weaving these conocimientos (sacred knowledge) into prayer and everyday living.

Dates / Times / Format

Saturday, May 20th, 6:00pm - 8:30pm


*In-person capacity is limited - sign up early to reserve your spot


Amplifier: $40 - Pays for your spot and supports others

Sustainer: $30 - Pays for your spot

Supported: $20 - A need-based discounted rate. Please select this rate if you cannot afford the regular rate. See our Equity Pricing information to determine whether this rate is for you.

No one turned away for lack of funds - reach out to The Bhakti Yoga Movement:

COVID Safety

Masks optional & social distancing encouraged


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