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The Transforming Power Project
Friday 5:30 PM - Sunday 5:00 PM PDT
Please wear comfortable clothes and shoes that you can move about in. Some of our exercises are active. Please bring a lunch for Sat. and Sun. Try to arrive early so we can start on time. Thank you! See you there!
Join us in a weekend experiential workshop on March 17-19, 2023 with individuals working to transform their communities, institutions, families, and selves in a quest for safer, more connected communities.
This special weekend of Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) curriculum, will include the opportunity to gather in circle, participate in community building activities, authentic conversations, fun activities, and small group problem solving.
The Alternatives to Violence Project is an association of community, school and prison-based groups offering experiential workshops in personal growth, trauma recovery, empathy, nonviolence and creative conflict management.
The Alternatives to Violence Project was originally founded in prison and developed from the lived experience of incarcerated individuals. In the past 50 years AVP has spread to over 60 countries and is in schools, refugee camps, conflict zones, gang intervention programs, drug recovery centers, and prisons and jails around the world. AVP encourages every person’s innate power to positively transform first themselves and then the world.
Please join us in this AVP community workshop!
AVP workshops create opportunities for connection, trust and
transformative learning through interactive experiences, self-reflection
Location: Peer Seattle: 1520 Bellevue Ave, Suite 100, Seattle, WA 98122.
Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early each day so the workshop can begin promptly.
What to Know:
This workshop is covered under a King County grant, and there is no
cost to participate. If you would like to make an additional donation to
help further the work, you are welcome to do so.
Please Covid test within 24 hours of the workshop.