Creating the Kind of Relationships We Want
Ever feel like your head and heart are at war? Ever wrestle with who and how you're allowed to love (or not)? Feeling torn about loving yourself? All of that is the direct result of colonization. Misogyny, objectification, fetishism, exoticism, monogamy-as-standard. All colonization. This course is about getting to the heart of your love and rejecting colonization's stronghold on our relationships.
Finding Freedom and Pursuing Life on Your Terms
How do we move beyond the horizons society has set for us? How do we establish new systems and leave behind what is broken? In this course, we'll dive into these questions and find freedom outside what's expected of us.
Feeling Your Way Into Fulfilling Work
Most of us yearn for work that allows us and our communities to flourish. We don't just want a paycheck; we want a career that reflects who we are, what we're good at, and what we value. And yet finding that kind of personalized, meaningful work can sometimes feel impossible. In this course, we’ll learn that it doesn’t need to.
Finding Fun and Freedom in Your Body and Your Bed
Enriching your sexuality has never been more fun, practical, and encouraging. Join dynamic sex educators Amory Jane and Gretchen Leigh to explore your erotic curiosities, boost your body confidence, deepen your relational skills, and unleash your bedroom prowess.
How to Navigate Tough Times with Resilience
When your life is rocked by loss, grief, or loneliness—whether through death, divorce, unemployment, or unmet dreams—it doesn’t have to be robbed of strength and solace. By learning how to embrace emotional waves and by working through them with a compassionate community, you can process big emotions and navigate to a new place of depth and gratitude.
What You Should Have Learned In School
To level up your sex life, you just need some new tools for exploration. Learn about consent, pleasure, and sexual communication — all the sex ed you should have learned in school, and then some — in a welcoming environment.
Healing Wounds, Mending Relationships
Apologies have been all over the news recently, reminding us there are both good and bad ways to apologize. Good apologies heal the world. They mend wounds, transcend egos, bolster justice, and foster peace. Bad apologies fester and deepen wounds. Learn how to seek understanding of the wronged person’s perspective and why their perspective—not your sincerity or remorse—is the key to healing a relationship.
Change Your Palate, Change the Future
Ninety percent of the world's calorie intake comes from just 30 crop species. With a rapidly changing climate affecting many of those crops, we’ve got a problem. In this course, learn how crop diversity, a.k.a. agrobiodiversity, is the key to sustaining our food resources.
Finding Your Way When Things Fall Apart
When your life is shaken by loss or grief—whether through death, divorce, unemployment, or unmet dreams—it’s hard enough to get through the day, much less know how to process all the emotions you feel. Is it possible to fall apart and still keep it together?
Drawing to Connect with Winter's Rhythms
Drawing has a special way of slowing us down, allowing us to tune in to nature's rhythms. It’s a simple practice that can bring us to a mindful state anywhere we go. In this course, we’ll cultivate an openness to unexpected outcomes as we record our observations of the dark season’s wonders.
How did bitters go from traditional digestive medicine to quirky cocktail ingredient? Reclaim ancestral digestive medicinal knowledge and make your own bitters in this hands-on workshop.