April 4, 2022 @ 7:00 pm – 8:15 pm America/Chicago Timezone
Online via Zoom
$60 (limited scholarships available)
Tracy Ochester

Part Two of a series of courses on meditation, this course will focus on tools to set your intention for activism as a nourishing and heartfelt practice.

Embodied Activism: Transforming Loving Awareness Into Wise Action

Graphic showing Tracy Ochester and the course description

Participants will be guided in meditations designed to help us connect with and clarify our intentions for being agents of transformation toward a more just and flourishing world, understand our own habits and patterns in relation to the systems in which we operate, and identify opportunities and resource ourselves for wise action. Sessions will include the introduction of a key concept, a guided meditation, and mindful dialogue.

Throughout April, Tracy Ochester will be teaching these principles through guided meditation.

Every Monday from 7:00 to 8:15 pm CT.

Course Fee

4-Week Course Fee: $60

Minimum enrollment: 5.

In the event of course cancellation, fees can be transferred to other courses offered by The Resilient Activist, offered as a donation, or refunded.

A limited number of half-price and free scholarships may be available. Email info@theresilientactivist.org to request a discount.


Participants are required to have completed The Resilient Activist’s Meditation and Mindfulness Course Waiver and Release of Liability Form within the previous 12 months before the start of this course.

Complete the waiver at this Link. 

Picture of Tracy OchesterTracy Ochester is a psychologist, Certified MBCT Teacher and UCSD MBPTI approved Mentor, trained MBRP Teacher, Registered Yoga Teacher, and the Heart-Mind Coordinator for MAM. It is my heart’s work to serve as coordinator for the Midwest Alliance for Mindfulness. She has completed training in Compassion Cultivation, Nonviolent Communication, Trauma-Informed Yoga, Embodied Activism, the Pachamama Game Changer Intensive for social and ecological justice, and The Work That Reconnects (Joanna Macy).

Additional information is at this link.