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Say More Presents: Parneet Chohan

From the Coming Together Series

Date & time
Thursday, April 25, 2024
12:15 p.m. – 1:45 p.m.

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Parneet Chohan


This event is free





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Collective Regulation & Container Building Group Practice

Racism, microaggressions and discrimination wear away at the human body and mind, impacting our immune system, memory function & social engagement capacities. Join Parneet for this 1 hour workshop on understanding and practicing how to support the human-animal nervous system through somatic exercises and mindfulness practices when confronted with these realities. Attendees are invited to get curious about how to support their own nervous systems to support body regulation, repair and rest. 

About the speaker

Parneet Chohan, MACP, CCC, SEP is a counsellor, somatic experiencing® practitioner and naturotherapist in private practice. They utilize mindfulness & dharmic principles, along with authentic relating to create a hybrid space for liberation, wholeness and embodiment. Parneet’s work is rooted in anti-capitalist, queer, feminist and Buddhist wisdom. Parneet works to alchemize politicized knowledge into spiritual, interpersonal and intrapersonal heart and body wisdom. When necessary, Parneet identifies as queer, non-binary, female, racialized, diasporic, immigrant, and neurodivergent.


Coming Together Series

Coming Together is a series of events aimed at supporting and creating community for Indigenous and racialized faculty, staff and students (ex. – those who identify as Black or people of color) to gather and connect. All events require registration. 

This series is a partnership between the Equity Office, the Office for Community Engagement (OCE), and the SHIFT Centre for Social Transformation.

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