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Under the Skin: Body as a story-teller: using body-mapping in self-healing

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Under the Skin: Body as a story-teller: using body-mapping in self-healing

March 9, 2017 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Kakali Bhattacharya Chakrabarti

Workshop 3: Body as a story-teller: using body-mapping in self-healing

About the workshop

Medicines are not the only way to heal. While medicines eradicate the symptoms from the body, healing requires integrating mind, body and soul. Health has deep cultural roots, therefore healing is a self-reflective and iterative process. Body-mapping  is a creative therapeutic tool that brings together bodily experiences, mental processes and visual artistic expression. It situates health both spatially and temporally, and thereby does deep healing of mind, body and soul.

So, what does your body say? Have you ever tried to hear the stories your body tells? How does that speak of who we are? Let’s listen together.

About Kakali

Kakali is a passionate qualitative researcher, cultivator of social change, recycling-enthusiast, and a nature-lover. Mother of an eight-year old, she is unlearning and relearning every day. A nomad at heart, Kakali enjoys outdoors, cooking, craft and watching cartoon with her little one; and is jealous of those who live their lives without caring for others. On an unimportant note, she is a doctoral candidate in Communication at WSU, and researches on culture-centered communication for environmental and health risk mitigation. Kakali has decided to never grow up in life.

Details

Date:
March 9, 2017
Time:
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Website:
https://www.facebook.com/mestizocenter/

Organizer

Nancy Carvajal
Email:
n.carvajalmedina@wsu.edu
Washington State University