Kapwa Flow: Nurturing the Inner Child &
with Jessy Zapanta
Sunday November 13 10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Mindful movement meditation with opportunities to play and reclaim space, learn bodywork and acupressure techniques, and practice nurturing the inner child within each of us. Will include time for silent reflection, journaling, and optional sharing.
The event is free and, due to limited capacity we request your registration in advance via the form below.
Covid safety: KN95 or N95 masks to be worn for the duration of the event. We also ask that you please rapid test the day of the workshops. Rapid tests will be available on site, so you are welcome to come early and take a test!
Accessibility: The venue is ADA accessible. We ask that you please limit the use of any fragrances or strong scents.
About the Facilitator: Founder of Healing Without Hierarchy & Kapwa Flow Somatic Meditation, Jessy Zapanta (he, she, siya) is a community organizer, educator, and survivor-centered mindful movement and meditation facilitator born and raised in the Bay Area. Experienced in western and Asian bodywork, counseling, Raja Yoga, qigong, somatics, and improv, he has led workshops centering the experiences of queer, trans, gender-diverse, disabled, and neurodivergent practitioners, holding space for folks to reconnect to body, heartmind, and joy. Siya is passionate about accessibility and facilitates a modality of radically-inclusive movement meditation called Kapwa Flow which holds space for the collective needs of participants and draws from the Pilipinx concept of interconnectedness. She loves seeing the energetic shift when families or colleagues show up to these circles together. With roots spanning across Pangasinan, Nagasaki, and Fujian, Jessy’s path includes reclaiming diverse ancestral teachings, trusting intuition, and building intersectional, intergenerational communities of care.