Q20 at Twin Cities Pride

23 Jun

Q20 will be in the “Power to the People” tent at Pride this coming weekend. Stop by and join us!

For Pride schedule and other information, visit the TC Pride Website: www.tcpride.org

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$20 for Q20

26 Apr

Support us so we can continue to support the queer community!

We are now in the last weeks of our pilot project and want to make sure we can continue our work. Our facilitators have been coordinating on a primarily volunteer basis and now is the time to make our work more sustainable. Please help us out by donating $20!

Q20 is a group for people in their 20′s who are out, coming out, or figuring out their sexual and gender identities. It’s a new take on support groups that incorporates healing tools where participants learn and practice self-care with peers and facilitators, and gain access to self-care resources in the Twin Cities. The goal is to support people in a healthy, embodied questioning and coming out process.

Donations can be made online at www.razoo.com/story/Q20
Checks can be made out to “Aegis Foundation” and mailed to 636 Bates Ave, St. Paul 55106

Questions? Contact Molly Glasgow at 651-492-6636 or Maryrose Dolezal at 651-210-4465

Q20 Starts Tomorrow!

14 Feb

It’s only a day away! There are still a couple participant spots open, so get your applications in if you haven’t already. Call Molly Glasgow at 651-492-6636 with any last minute questions. Want to donate to the project? Contact Maryrose Dolezal at q20msp@gmail.com.

Apply NOW!

7 Jan
Q20: An Embodied Self-Care Support GroupAPPLY NOW!
Q20 is a group for people in their 20’s who are out, coming out, or figuring out their sexual and gender identities. It’s a new take on support groups that incorporates body work and other self care healing tools. Participants will learn and practice self-care with peers and facilitators, and gain access to self-care resources in the Twin Cities. Modalities explored will include acupressure, somatic movement re-patterning, self-defense, trauma recovery, and other healing tools.
Questions? Contact Molly at q20msp@gmail.com or 651-492-6636.
Accepting applications now through Friday, Jan 28th
To donate contact Maryrose at 651-210-4465 or q20msp@gmail.com
WHEN: Tuesdays from 7-9pm, February 15th – May 10th, 2011
WHERE: New Queer Collective Space- 3405 Chicago Ave Minneapolis, MN
WHY: To support people in a healthy, embodied questioning, coming out, and queer community building process.
COST: For participants $10 per session, $100 if paid in advance. For sponsoring organizations/participant sponsors $100-$500. No one turned away for lack of funds, (or for paying extra!)
 

CONTACT:
Maryrose Dolezal, Recruitment & Funding: 651-210-4465
Molly Glasgow, Community Outreach & PR: 651-492-6636

Email: Q20msp@gmail.com
Website: Q20msp.wordpress.com

Q20 Fundraiser with DJ Optimus Prime!

15 Dec

We’re really excited to launch Q20 this Friday! Come out and help us celebrate and raise money for the group that begins in February. We’ll give you a taste of global somatics and acupressure and have applications for participants + more info on the group at the fundraiser!

Friday, December 17th, 2010

8:00pm – 10:00pm

3405 Chicago Ave, Minneapolis, MN

Check out the Facebook event here!

And make sure to *Like* us on Facebook- Q20: Embodied Self Care

Save the Date! Q20 Fundraiser

20 Nov

We’re launching Q20 and need to raise money!

Friday, December 17th, 8pm (Location TBA)

Q20 is a support group for people in their 20’s who are out, coming out, or figuring out their sexual and gender identities. It’s a new take on support groups that incorporates body work and other healing tools focusing on self-care.

Our pilot project support group will run Feb 15th through May 10th.

More info soon to come!

Check out the event on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=143254402394139&num_event_invites=0#!/pages/Q20-Embodied-Self-Care/157753734267504?v=wall

Q20 An Embodied Self-Care Support Group

12 Nov

A movement and bodywork based support circle for people in their 20’s who are out, coming out, or figuring out their sexual and gender identities.

Who: People in their 20’s who are out, coming out, or figuring out their sexual and gender identities in a homophobic, racist, and classist cultural context.

What: A support group where participants learn and practice self-care with peers and facilitators, and gain access to self-care resources in the Twin Cities. Modalities explored will include acupressure, somatic movement re-patterning, self-defense, trauma recovery, and other healing tools.

When: Tuesdays from 7-9pm, February 15th – May 10th, 2010

Where: Minneapolis, MN- Location TBA

Why: To support people in a healthy, embodied questioning and coming out process, engaging resources and tools including somatic bodywork and movement repatterning, acupressure, and other forms of embodied self-care.

Project Coordinators: Maryrose Dolezal and Molly Glasgow

Project Advisors: Diane Long

Project Facilitators: Molly Glasgow, Maryrose Dolezal, Diane Long

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