The Work That Reconnects

Start: Sunday, November 17, 2019 9:15 AM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney (GMT+10:00)

End: Sunday, November 17, 2019 5:00 PM Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney (GMT+10:00)


The Work That Reconnects offers people a powerful way to explore and process together the strong feelings that are surfacing in the face of our ecological and social crises. Starting from gratitude, the Work that Reconnects explores these deep emotions in ways that can enable new ways of seeing, feeling and taking action. The workshop is based on experiential processes developed by Joanna Macy and her colleagues, sometimes known as “Despair and Empowerment” (see

Booking is essential as places are limited.

Location Korowal School
54 Hall Parade, Hazelbrook
Donation A donation of $10 would be welcomed.
Food Morning and afternoon tea will be provided. Please bring your own lunch, preferably a plate to share.
Bring A cushion to sit on (chairs provided) and a sunhat for outdoor activity.
Transport Korowal School is 30min walk from Hazelbrook Station. When booking, please indicate whether you can offer a lift, or would like a lift with another participant (indicate your town). We will facilitate car-sharing where possible.
Facilitators Clare Power is an educator and has trained with Joanna Macy in the Work that Reconnects. Tom Colley is an activist and researches social capacity for ecological action.
Further information and cancellations