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A free community event guided by Courtney Freedman-Thompson of Chameleon Coaching to help us relax and unwind.

Event Date:
Jun 04 at 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Hello and welcome to Autistic Revolution’s next Community Event.

If you aren’t familiar with Autistic Revolution yet, it is our free, online magazine created by Autistic and otherwise neurodivergent folks. We also see our magazine as an invitation to community and we are excited to be bringing people together again for this upcoming webinar.

ID. Cartoon image of inside someone's living room. There is a beige wall and soft, yellow carpet. There is a green-topped and round table in the forefront. On the table is a yellow mug of tea with steam coming out of it and a pink laptop that is open with letters AR on the screen. There is a green plant in the background. Black text at top 'Community Event, Autistic Revolution, Somatic and Mindfulness HOur with Courtney Freedman-Thompson, June 4th, 7-8.30 PM GMT+1

Event Details

When: Tuesday June 4th, 7 – 8.30 PM (BST/GMT+1)

Where: Online, zoom link sent before event from Eventbrite

Cost: Free! We do have an option when securing your ticket in case you are in the position to make a donation and ‘pay it forward’ for the next community event

Hosted by: Laura Hellfeld of Autistic Revolution

Guest Host: Courtney Freedman-Thompson

What else to know: tickets to attend are limited

Eventbrite link

Secure your space here one Eventbrite

About Courtney and Chameleon Coaching

I’m a certified trauma-informed holistic, somatic & mindfulness coach. I help people reconnect to themselves, recover from burnout, expand their capacity and build their resources so they can feel better and live more in alignment. I work with clients 1:1 and in my new SPARK SOMA & SOUL online group membership, (launching on 23 May chameleoncoaching.co.uk/membership), as well as holding classes, workshops and mini retreats.

What Courtney has to say about the event:

A 60-minute session where we’ll look at some of the myths around self-care and nervous system regulation, and explore some simple ways you can tune into yourself and what you need, build your interoceptive awareness and expand your capacity, through somatic practices, followed by a chance to ask questions. All through a trauma-informed, neurodiversity-affirming bottom-up approach.

Suitable for complete beginners or experienced mind-body participants. No special equipment needed – all practices in this session can be done seated, standing or lying down and options will be provided. Feel free to create a space that feels cosy and comfortable for you, whether that’s lighting a candle, having a big mug of tea, or wearing your PJs, or something else!

Photo of Courtney from shoulders up that was taken inside. Courtney is a pale person with short, blonde hair and wears brown rimmed glasses. They are looked at the camera and smiling gently.

Photo of Courtney from shoulders up that was taken inside. Courtney is a pale person with short, blonde hair and wears brown rimmed glasses. They are looked at the camera and smiling gently.

Photo of Laura from waist up. Laura is a pale person with red-blonde hair to their shoulders. Laura is facing the camera, smiling and wearing blue rimmed glasses.

Photo of Laura from waist up. Laura is a pale person with red-blonde hair to their shoulders. Laura is facing the camera, smiling and wearing blue rimmed glasses. Laura is standing in front of a multi-coloured graffiti wall that has a pink peace sign in the upper right.

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