Adoptee Hub will hold a cultural identity and self-care workshop targeted to adult Korean adoptees (age 18 and older) to be held Saturday, November 4.
The all-day event will feature four different sessions. Topics will include: yoga and meditation; massage therapy; the traditional Korean tea ceremony; essential Korean language learning; cooking classes for making kimbap (rice and vegetables rolled in seaweed) and Korea’s national dish, kimchi; self-defense; and informational sessions on birth search and visiting Korea.
There will be breakout rooms (12 people per room), and participants are encouraged to discuss, share experiences, be curious, and build resilience and self-awareness. All discussion is confidential and will be conducted in a safe, nonjudgmental space.
Participants will receive a free t-shirt and other items depending upon the session attended. A continental breakfast and a Korean-inspired lunch are included.