The Antidote to Burnout: Taking bold action for climate justice with ease and joy.
Discover a way to bring ease and joy to making your unique impact, so you can stay in action for climate justice… for the longhaul!
Why this workshop? Why now?
Amidst the reality of the climate crisis, young people here in Seattle are taking bold and courageous action. They are planning climate strikes, organizing for a Green New Deal, and inspiring people across the state to join them in this unprecedented moment.
Let’s be real, though, addressing the urgency and scope of the climate crisis can be overwhelming, especially as a young person. Given this reality, it can be so easy to worry about taking action “fast enough” or “big enough,” or to think being exhausted is just the cost of creating a better world. But what if there were a better way?
In this interactive workshop, designed specifically for youth climate activists, you will discover how to consistently access joy and ease in your activism, so you can be impactful for the long haul.
What you’ll learn:
In this workshop, you will…
Learn how to spot your familiar doubts and worries when it comes to having the impact you dream of, and how to go beyond them… without wearing yourself out!
Discover your personal “guiding lights” that support you to make a difference in the world.
Know how to recognize when you’re living in alignment with your “guiding lights,” and how to ‘course-correct’ more quickly when you’re not, so you can get back to making the difference that matters most to you!
Leave this workshop with one meaningful next step to apply what you’ve learned to bring more joy and ease to your activism and your life.
This workshop is for: Youth (ages 11~19) active on climate justice in Seattle and across WA.
Date & Time: Sunday, September 15th, 10am-12:30pm
Location: This workshop will be hosted in-person, in Seattle WA. Exact event location will be provided upon registration.
Price: Free for all youth to attend!
Climate Action Families is a non-profit organization based in Seattle, WA that unites multiple generations in the vision of an equitable and stable future for everyone. The organization is home to youth programs such as Plant for the Planet WA, Climate Action Youth, and Zero Hour movement. At Climate Action Families, kids, parents, and elders alike are taking decisive action on climate change and global equity through education, building community, lifestyle changes, and advocating for science and civil rights in our institutions of governance.
Anastasia Schemkes is a Seattle based Life and Leadership Coach for climate activists and Co-Founder of Radical Support Collective (RSC). Her mission and RSC’s is to support changemakers to be nourished by their life and work and to do work that truly lights them up, so they can make the impact they are here to make. Anastasia is a professionally certified coach and seminar leader with the Academy for Coaching Excellence with over 300 hours of coaching experience with individuals and organizations. Anastasia worked at Sierra Club for nine years, including seven years as the Campaign Representative for Sierra Student Coalition (SSC) mentoring youth activists nationwide to take meaningful action for climate justice.