Where We Work
Mudra Yoga Teacher Training
Heather Nelson utilized the Stoke Your Woke facilitation process with her students as a teaching tool to explore leading workshops and holding structured conversations. Students experienced a facilitated session and left with a guide to support future work.
January-June 2019 (Downtown Bend Library)
On the first monday of each month, community members gather at the Downtown Bend Library to answer a question from the journal and share their answers. This is a free event and open to the public.
Higher Ground Cohousing Community
January 2019 (Bend, OR)
Stoke Your Woke activated this intentional neighborhood though interactive games inspired by questions from the journal. “Speed Stoking” proved to be a great success in getting people talking.
Mindfulness meets social justice.
Stoke Your Woke Interactive Journal has woven its way into schools and communities with the intention of providing a “third thing” to start meaningful, connecting conversations. Using the journal and its process, teachers and facilitators have tools to build cultures of empathy, compassion and respect for all members.
“Stoke Your Woke presents a clear framework for facilitating balanced group dialogue. It allows groups to process big subjects while empowering each participant to speak their truth in a safe space. Carol and Casey, are passionate about building community and airing different perspectives to create broad understanding. These intentions show clearly within Stoke Your Woke.”
Owner & Yoga Instructor, Mudra Yoga, Eugene, OR