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Singing Circle: Monday, November 4, 6-9 PM. Sacred Embodiment Center Seattle


So many of us have been hurt around our voices and are seeking healing. This three-hour singing circle hosted by Holistic Resistance is a space to receive emotional nourishment by disrupting the notion that we can not sing together, using collective singing as a healing modality to release distress and build the deep connections we need to fight systems of oppression and to dismantle racism. Sacred Embodiment Community Seattle. $5-$35 suggested donation, No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds. More info here.




Deep Dive: Anxiety and Resilience. Tuesday, November 5, 4-9 PM. Private Location


Caring for your own anxiety and building resilience as white folks are two critical pieces of staying in anti-racism work for life. Anxiety can be an opt-out button for white folks, a reason for you not to do this work. Anti-racism can be an avenue for deeply healing your anxiety and trauma, and more deeply grounding your anxiety while doing this work can reduce harm to People of Color. This Deep Dive explores the critical topic of caring for your trauma and anxiety while doing anti-racism work and building connection with People of Color. We will build strategies for resilience for life-long social change. Questions we may explore: 1. How are touch and connection critical pieces of resilience? 2. What do you feel in your body when you feel anxiety? What do you feel in your body when your anxiety is released? 3. How do you ground yourself when conflict comes up around racism? 4. Where do you go to get connection around your experiences of racism? 5. How do you track your capacity for this work? A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Deep Dive: Leadership Series: Birthing the Questions. Monday, Novemer 25, 4-9 PM. Private Address.


Build the wisdom of Holistic Resistance into your anti-racism work in your community. This Deep Dive is for people who have already attended Holistic Resistance workshops and Deep Dives and are wanting a taster of our 6-month Facilitator/Ally Leadership Program. This Deep Dive is all about crafting questions. Have you wondered how we come up with our questions and our longer story questions? Dig into your own experience of undoing racism to create your own content for facilitation. Build the habit of asking better questions of the racist events you see happening around you. Build community and connection around asking and answering questions, and holding your community’s answers. Learn to use questions to help your community grow around their anti-racism. A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Wake Up: Guest Facilitated. Sunday, November 24, 6-8 PM. Sacred Embodiment Center Seattle


For white people looking for regular connection and growth around Holistic Resistance-based liberation work. Guest facilitated by Porsha Beed. Contact holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com for more information. About Wake Up: Interrupting Our Whiteness: **For Nov 6th and November 24th: Please note! We are honored to be joined by Holistic Resistance for our first meetings in November. Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed, two incredible facilitators of Color, will be facilitating in November, along with our Seattle based white facilitation team. Wednesday November 6th 7pm-9pm at The Living Room 2207 NE 65th st (entrance is on the west side of the building) Sunday November 24th 6 pm-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Center on Capitol Hill Resma Menakem in his book My Grandmother’s Hands articulates something that struck us as so true, something we’ve been feeling in our bones but hadn’t put to words: White folks who seek to undo white supremacy are missing a crucial piece in our anti-racism work: community and culture. While there are plenty of organizations, initiatives, strategies and ideas for how white folks can act in allyship, there is often a focus on the individual; we as white folks have yet to truly develop an anti-white supremacy culture, a way of being and relating to each other as a community of white allies practicing the culture of the liberated world we wish to live in. Further, in our work in various circles committed to dismantling white supremacy, we’ve noticed that many white folks haven’t yet found spaces to look at how their own internalized white supremacy manifests.
We are offering a monthly group to gather with other white-identified folks that is:

  • A place to practice being in relationship and conflict; to relate in ways that help undo our internalized whiteness, including relating across difference.
  • A place to practice and notice the ways in which our own internalized white supremacy leads us to judge, enact comparisons, and other ways of creating fragmentation instead of solidarity
  • A place to real-time process our whiteness that arises in our group time together through relationship building, inquiry and togetherness.
  • A space that prepares us to be resilient, self-regulated and self-connected as we move into mixed-race spaces, in order to minimize harm on BIPOC and to stabilize our nervous systems to receive feedback from and center the experiences of black and brown folks, all of which are deeply necessary for true allyship.
  • A space to grieve, feel and move through what is living in our bones as trauma, colonial oppression, ancestral guilt, internalized racism and so much more.
  • A space to develop lifelong connections to each other that will support us to stay in this work, in community and solidarity and care.
Wait… Is This Group Centering Whiteness? Yes, this is a group that centers whiteness in order to dismantle it, and a group that supports us to see the ways whiteness manifests. Whiteness in this context doesn’t mean centering white people, but rather learning about and undoing the elements of white supremacy culture* that keep white people in power. (*years of data by BIPOC and white anti-racist organizations as presented in https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.html). Given that white people are primary upholders of white supremacy culture, we have to look and live this shift in order to undo it. This is a necessary part of interrupting white supremacy culture. This group is not a replacement for participation in POC-lead movements and learning spaces; instead this work with white folks is supplemental and intended to be mutually supportive. About POC Accountability We are deeply inspired by the creative work, hearts and ways of being, modeled to us by Aaron Johnson, Porsha Beed, Jennie Pearl and Dylan Wilder Quinn of Holistic Resistance, which is a black-led organization focused on black liberation through intimacy and relationship. We are supported, encouraged and mentored by Holistic Resistance to create this monthly group in Seattle by these beautiful humans, and we are accountable to their POC leadership as we facilitate this group. Meetings Wake Up Seattle: Interrupting our Whiteness will hold meetings one Sunday and one Wednesday per month. Our intention is to keep these consistent with the First Wednesdays (7-9pm at The Living Room) and Fourth Thursdays (6-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Community), and there may be variations. Topics will sometimes be chosen in advance and sometimes arise from what group brings. Once a quarter, we aim to do grief work together, learning how to grieve in collective spaces and witness each other. We consider this work integral and necessary to racial justice. Please contact us at holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com with questions. At this time, we are not asking for RSVP’s. About the Facilitators Anna-Brown Griswold - (she/her pronouns) white-identified (Irish/Scottish). Anna-Brown works as a trauma therapist and facilitator in Seattle. For most of her adult life she’s been experimenting with how to integrate the deep wisdom and transformative power of Buddhist practice, truth telling and action around systems of oppression, and a love of justice. As a mom to a toddler, integrating parenting into the whole beautiful mess is an ongoing exploration. (Anna-Brown will primarily lead Wednesday classes) Grace Bryant - white-identified, gender non-binary (they/them), queer Grace is a non-binary and female identifying, queer, white northern European descendent human. The intersection of spirituality and healing justice is currently their biggest passion in their roles as polyamorous partner, community builder, spiritual mentor, youth teacher and holistic coach. They are the community director at Sacred Embodiment Community in Seattle, lead silent meditation retreats, and offer embodied sexuality and intimacy coaching. They are humbled to be mentored by Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed through Holistic Resistance, and many other social change leaders of Color, and have been changed to the core by these honest, holistic approach to racial justice. (Grace will primarily lead Sunday classes) Zevi Yoj- (they/them) Eastern European Jewish, Irish, Queer and non-monogamous Zevi has been blazing trails through time and space for lifetimes. In this go-around, they seek culture shifts in bringing their 20+ years of holistic family support work into their deep mentorship reaches with youth and families in an effort to cultivate resilient spirits of the future ancestors. They desire to help rebuild the choir of voices that care through non-performative, engaging and deeply felt song and sound. A raw journey of courting their own grief after a series of extreme personal losses brought them home to themselves and awakened their Sacred Activism path (a moment of gratitude for Layla F. Saad and her personal reflection workbook, “Me and White Supremacy” which deepened Zevi’s social justice work). They are humbled to be a guide to the good grief of being alive in ecocidal times, honored to co-create spaces to hold both individual and collective grief and trauma stories and to continue to draw from the wisdom of their bones around issues of cultural erasure and genocide so as to stay vigilant and heart-led during the great turning of our times. Reparations/Donations: As a group, we will seek to cover the cost of gathering spaces (when the space isn’t donated for our use) and desire to collect donations to be used as reparations. Redistribution of resources is one concrete step towards justice. What are reparations? Reparations for slavery and colonization is the polical justice movement, and corrected action that money will be paid to the descendants of Africans trafficked to and enslaved in the Americas, as well as paid to the Indigenous people of these lands- the Duwamish Tribe, who are fighting tirelessly for proper stewardship, resource and recognition of promises made about this land. In the context of this group, this will mean sending our donations to the Queer POC housing projects led by Porsha Beed, supporting the Chronically Undertouched work that Aaron Johnson is leading, Holistic Resistance movement efforts and other African-descent led initiatives as they arise. Additionally, generations of Seattleites continue to benefit from the Duwamish People's presence and stewardship of this land. We could not call this city home without the Duwamish Tribe. As a group, we’d like to acknowledge what it means to be a white person on these tribal lands and make it a point to make a monthly contribution to Real Rent Duwamish (https://www.realrentduwamish.org). We would also like to empower individuals to do consider making a monthly pledge and to share this initiative with others living and doing business on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people who inhabited these lands since the end of last glacial period.




POC Deep Dive: Monday November 18, 4-9 PM. Private location.


Deep Dive for POC/POGM (People of the Global Majority) Facilitated by Porsha Beed and Aaron Johnson This deep dive is built around people of color coming together as a disruption of the chronic patterns of scarcity and hurt we have when reaching for each other. For example, colorism and economics have historically been effective barriers that people of color often have to navigate in order to be close to each other. We want to be clear that we are committed to holding space for people of color who are white passing, and at the same time hold the complexity that comes up for folks with darker skin. In this deep dive, we want to track and hold the ways in which we’ve all been hurt. We will reach for each other through deep listening, questions, and music to remind us, as a mixed POC group, that these barriers can be dismantled. We deeply desire to live in a world where we can receive all of the support that we need within our own communities. This deep dive will center Blackness as a powerful model within white supremacy culture. By acknowledging how black people have been hurt, we also recognize how white supremacy has hurt all of us and pits us against each other. We believe that reaching for each other and building relationships is one of the most holistic resistant actions we can take and will be one of the most challenging things we will do in this work. Finding the courage to simply show up is a major disruption to systems of oppression. We are excited to begin this deep reach with you. Access Note: Holistic Resistance is committed at every opportunity to offer resource to people of color without cost. We invite white people to support through reparations and donations to care for and meet the needs of our facilitators. Come for any amount of time. We will have food. Contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com for more info.




Wake Up: Guest Facilitated. Wednesday, November 6, 6-8 PM. The Living Room Seattle


For white people looking for regular connection and growth around Holistic Resistance-based liberation work. Guest facilitated by Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed. Contact holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com for more information. About Wake Up: Interrupting Our Whiteness: **For Nov 6th and November 24th: Please note! We are honored to be joined by Holistic Resistance for our first meetings in November. Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed, two incredible facilitators of Color, will be facilitating in November, along with our Seattle based white facilitation team. Wednesday November 6th 7pm-9pm at The Living Room 2207 NE 65th st (entrance is on the west side of the building) Sunday November 24th 6 pm-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Center on Capitol Hill Resma Menakem in his book My Grandmother’s Hands articulates something that struck us as so true, something we’ve been feeling in our bones but hadn’t put to words: White folks who seek to undo white supremacy are missing a crucial piece in our anti-racism work: community and culture. While there are plenty of organizations, initiatives, strategies and ideas for how white folks can act in allyship, there is often a focus on the individual; we as white folks have yet to truly develop an anti-white supremacy culture, a way of being and relating to each other as a community of white allies practicing the culture of the liberated world we wish to live in. Further, in our work in various circles committed to dismantling white supremacy, we’ve noticed that many white folks haven’t yet found spaces to look at how their own internalized white supremacy manifests.
We are offering a monthly group to gather with other white-identified folks that is:

  • A place to practice being in relationship and conflict; to relate in ways that help undo our internalized whiteness, including relating across difference.
  • A place to practice and notice the ways in which our own internalized white supremacy leads us to judge, enact comparisons, and other ways of creating fragmentation instead of solidarity
  • A place to real-time process our whiteness that arises in our group time together through relationship building, inquiry and togetherness.
  • A space that prepares us to be resilient, self-regulated and self-connected as we move into mixed-race spaces, in order to minimize harm on BIPOC and to stabilize our nervous systems to receive feedback from and center the experiences of black and brown folks, all of which are deeply necessary for true allyship.
  • A space to grieve, feel and move through what is living in our bones as trauma, colonial oppression, ancestral guilt, internalized racism and so much more.
  • A space to develop lifelong connections to each other that will support us to stay in this work, in community and solidarity and care.
Wait… Is This Group Centering Whiteness? Yes, this is a group that centers whiteness in order to dismantle it, and a group that supports us to see the ways whiteness manifests. Whiteness in this context doesn’t mean centering white people, but rather learning about and undoing the elements of white supremacy culture* that keep white people in power. (*years of data by BIPOC and white anti-racist organizations as presented in https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.html). Given that white people are primary upholders of white supremacy culture, we have to look and live this shift in order to undo it. This is a necessary part of interrupting white supremacy culture. This group is not a replacement for participation in POC-lead movements and learning spaces; instead this work with white folks is supplemental and intended to be mutually supportive. About POC Accountability We are deeply inspired by the creative work, hearts and ways of being, modeled to us by Aaron Johnson, Porsha Beed, Jennie Pearl and Dylan Wilder Quinn of Holistic Resistance, which is a black-led organization focused on black liberation through intimacy and relationship. We are supported, encouraged and mentored by Holistic Resistance to create this monthly group in Seattle by these beautiful humans, and we are accountable to their POC leadership as we facilitate this group. Meetings Wake Up Seattle: Interrupting our Whiteness will hold meetings one Sunday and one Wednesday per month. Our intention is to keep these consistent with the First Wednesdays (7-9pm at The Living Room) and Fourth Thursdays (6-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Community), and there may be variations. Topics will sometimes be chosen in advance and sometimes arise from what group brings. Once a quarter, we aim to do grief work together, learning how to grieve in collective spaces and witness each other. We consider this work integral and necessary to racial justice. Please contact us at holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com with questions. At this time, we are not asking for RSVP’s. About the Facilitators Anna-Brown Griswold - (she/her pronouns) white-identified (Irish/Scottish). Anna-Brown works as a trauma therapist and facilitator in Seattle. For most of her adult life she’s been experimenting with how to integrate the deep wisdom and transformative power of Buddhist practice, truth telling and action around systems of oppression, and a love of justice. As a mom to a toddler, integrating parenting into the whole beautiful mess is an ongoing exploration. (Anna-Brown will primarily lead Wednesday classes) Grace Bryant - white-identified, gender non-binary (they/them), queer Grace is a non-binary and female identifying, queer, white northern European descendent human. The intersection of spirituality and healing justice is currently their biggest passion in their roles as polyamorous partner, community builder, spiritual mentor, youth teacher and holistic coach. They are the community director at Sacred Embodiment Community in Seattle, lead silent meditation retreats, and offer embodied sexuality and intimacy coaching. They are humbled to be mentored by Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed through Holistic Resistance, and many other social change leaders of Color, and have been changed to the core by these honest, holistic approach to racial justice. (Grace will primarily lead Sunday classes) Zevi Yoj- (they/them) Eastern European Jewish, Irish, Queer and non-monogamous Zevi has been blazing trails through time and space for lifetimes. In this go-around, they seek culture shifts in bringing their 20+ years of holistic family support work into their deep mentorship reaches with youth and families in an effort to cultivate resilient spirits of the future ancestors. They desire to help rebuild the choir of voices that care through non-performative, engaging and deeply felt song and sound. A raw journey of courting their own grief after a series of extreme personal losses brought them home to themselves and awakened their Sacred Activism path (a moment of gratitude for Layla F. Saad and her personal reflection workbook, “Me and White Supremacy” which deepened Zevi’s social justice work). They are humbled to be a guide to the good grief of being alive in ecocidal times, honored to co-create spaces to hold both individual and collective grief and trauma stories and to continue to draw from the wisdom of their bones around issues of cultural erasure and genocide so as to stay vigilant and heart-led during the great turning of our times. Reparations/Donations: As a group, we will seek to cover the cost of gathering spaces (when the space isn’t donated for our use) and desire to collect donations to be used as reparations. Redistribution of resources is one concrete step towards justice. What are reparations? Reparations for slavery and colonization is the polical justice movement, and corrected action that money will be paid to the descendants of Africans trafficked to and enslaved in the Americas, as well as paid to the Indigenous people of these lands- the Duwamish Tribe, who are fighting tirelessly for proper stewardship, resource and recognition of promises made about this land. In the context of this group, this will mean sending our donations to the Queer POC housing projects led by Porsha Beed, supporting the Chronically Undertouched work that Aaron Johnson is leading, Holistic Resistance movement efforts and other African-descent led initiatives as they arise. Additionally, generations of Seattleites continue to benefit from the Duwamish People's presence and stewardship of this land. We could not call this city home without the Duwamish Tribe. As a group, we’d like to acknowledge what it means to be a white person on these tribal lands and make it a point to make a monthly contribution to Real Rent Duwamish (https://www.realrentduwamish.org). We would also like to empower individuals to do consider making a monthly pledge and to share this initiative with others living and doing business on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people who inhabited these lands since the end of last glacial period.




Deep Dive: Critiquing Blackness. Wednesday, November 20, 4-9 PM. Private Location


Critiquing Blackness is one of the most important conversations for white folks to consider when doing racial justice work. As we reach for African Heritage folks in social justice work, part of that relationship is reevaluating how we give correction as white people. Every correction has an impact. And it’s a necessary part of reaching for blackness. In this deep dive, we are going to investigate what comes up in ourselves, the potential impact, and the after care for ourselves and for them. There are three categories we will discuss. Critique around money and the professional environment, the body, and sexuality. 1. When critiquing a black person what emotional tools/strategies do you use? 2. Are you committed beyond your white convenience? 3. As a white person standing up for racial justice, what consequences do you face from other white people? A deep dive has a maximum of six participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Mini Deep Dive: Parenting: Tuesday November 19, 5:30-9 PM.


One of the most important types of activism we do is right in our living rooms, raising children. Children’s education can play a critical role in ending racism and systemic oppression. This Deep Dive is about asking questions of ourselves as parents and encouraging our children to ask questions of the world around them. We will wrestle with the questions: 1. When do I talk about race with my children? What do I say? Will I traumatize my child? 2. How do I create my own questions for myself, my partners or community, and my children around this critical topic? 3. How do I prepare the next generation of white children to be anti-racist? 4. How can we talk about touch, consent, and sexual education with our children in a way that includes race? A mini deep dive has a maximum of four participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com for more info.





 
 

HOOD RIVER AND WHITE SALMON

【3款激光儀器的配搭激光功效】


1. 秒殺色斑:
治療表皮色素表皮與真皮色素混合(必選)
採用 FDA安全認證 PICO PLUS 第三代755蜂巢皮秒激光技術,比二代能量高出約30%強度,相比傳統激光其擊破黑色素速度比傳統納秒雷射快7倍之多,更快速,高效地震碎色素,有效去除色素不反黑 (黑色素增生),真正做到「秒殺」色斑,做一次便有顯著效果。
Pico laser皮秒激光3代的755nm魅力所在, 不結焦、不損傷、不出血、不易反黑 、恢復速度快,療程後可如常化妝,免除傳統激光麻煩的恢復期。 2. 美白肌膚、皮膚炎證、或膚色不均勻 :
亞洲人肌膚較為敏感,Aroma laser激光特佳波長808nm-810nm是傳統激光的3-5倍速度,除脫毛功能外,儀器新增加SR激光嫩膚功能,能持續發放激光能量,有效穿透至較深色素位置,促進真皮層中蛋白和彈力纖維的活性,瓦解黑色素,從而緊緻美白肌膚效果。 3. 擊退真皮層色素、明亮膚色:
新一代的8倍淨膚Helios Nd:YAG激光 1064波長,有別於傳統方式,它能在分段光束模式中擊發淨膚激光能量,因此它的能量比起傳統的淨膚射光更高,主要針對「真皮性色素斑」都能輕易擊退。因此比其他同類射頻模式強10倍,重現無暇透白美肌﹗ 雷射後臉部馬上明亮了好多!




【3部激光價格】好貴嗎?一般人負擔到嗎?


Beverly Skin Refining Center的激光療程無論試做價錢、療程價格,激光的收費都是良心價,不會黑心賣天價幾千元皮秒激光這些不合理價錢!療程價錢方面會因應客人需要提供合理次數同價錢,不會開一個天價價錢給客人,因為最重要客人負擔到費用,同有真實需要才是良心品牌!想知道療程優惠價格收費可以直接按右下角聯絡制找我們!




【Beverly skin去斑好唔好?】


當用家想解決面上的表面斑、深層班時,想找美容院或者醫生去處理色素問題,但資訊實在太多了,如何判斷皮秒去斑邊間好?皮秒去斑推介是否值得相信,首要用家要知道皮秒激光去斑的做法、效果,更加要知道自己皮膚真正的問題,找一個真正適合自己的皮秒去斑療程,因為每一個人面對的皮膚問題都略有不同,不是一條程式用到老。而要判斷皮秒去斑邊間好,首要是商譽良好的美容院,只是盲目受便宜價格、一次清晒等說法所吸引,反而危險性更高,大家要清楚明白去斑是長期戰,就算表面班清理了,其實底層都有黑色素,隨着日子底層的黑色素仍會出現在表面皮膚,那便是荷爾蒙斑。或者保養不足例如沒有好好使用防曬都是會令表層斑再次出現。所以心態上要先撃退後保養。以上我們Beverly Skin都絕對不會忽視。




【舊式去斑方法為何被淘汰?】


其實多年來都有很多用家想有一個具安全又有效的去斑方法,做療程塗維他命C都是想要無斑又白淨的皮膚。而舊式去斑方法為何被淘汰,其實都是針對效果及安全性不足,例如用高濃度的果酸去除色素,過程皮膚感覺不舒適而且只可以解決表層斑,而較多人使用的維他命C,普遍人都錯誤使用而產生後遺症,因為維他命C只可以晚上使用,如果日間使用會吸光,斑斑同皮膚會越來越黑!而表層底下的荷爾蒙斑就難以解決了,另外舊式去斑方法亦會使用激光中的532波長,不過使用完後會有表面傷口呈結焦的狀態,如果處理不當很容易會再有傷口出現令色素沉澱,形成因傷口形成的印。況且使用完532波長不能夠即時化妝,對愛美的女士來說就算有效都不是最完美的去斑方法。二便是彩光去斑為什麼越來越少人使用,是因為本身彩光不穩定,不能夠針對性對付特定位置的色斑,所以皮秒激光的面世對於想徹底去斑的用家是一種福音。




【什麼人不適合做激光療程?】


  1. 皮膚惡性腫瘤或癌前病變;
  2. 妊娠期及哺乳期間;
  3. 近期曬黑或曬傷的皮膚;
  4. 光敏性疾病(紅斑狼瘡、癲癇);
  5. 急性皮膚感染(疙瘩或凍瘡);
  6. 近期(一個月內)服用光敏藥物者;
  7. 菲薄的干性皮膚;
  8. 疤痕體質;
  9. 用過功效型產品的要停止至少一個月以上才可做,並且在光學治療過程中也不可使用功效型產品;
  10. 有假體部位;
  11. 安有心臟起博器者。




【激光護理後及家居建議?】


護理後須知:

護理後即時

-輕微發紅發熱是正常反應,視乎需要進行冷敷

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

-皮膚治療位置至少4週不能在陽光下暴曬。

護理後4-72小時

-避免高溫環境:適當水溫潔面,請勿進行熱療如曬燈,焗桑拿。

-避免服用阿士匹靈及為A酸藥物

-避免飲酒卡辛辣食物,多休息,清淡飲食,避免劇烈運動。

-避免刺激:使用保濕及修復類產品。避免使用美白及抗氧化類產品,避免使用刺激性成份如磨砂,去油,深層清潔的產品,以免造成刺激及炎證。

-皮膚治療位置至少四週不能在陽光下暴曬。

-輕微發紅發熱是正常反應,視乎需要進行冷敷。

-護理後皮膚代謝加快,多喝水來保持皮膚濕度。可以使用加強保濕,膠原蛋白面膜等修護產品促進皮膚修復。

-注意防曬:撐傘,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

護理後72小時-6天

-保持清潔:使用溫和潔面產品。避免使用刺激性成份如磨砂,去油,深層清潔個產品。

-避免刺激:使用保濕及修復類產品。避免使用美白抗氧化類產品,以免造成刺激及炎證。

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

護理後>6天

-保持清潔,避免刺激:使用溫和潔面產品,注意保濕

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

療程期間

-21-28天進行一次療程

-避免在治療前2週使用自曬黑產品





EUGENE

Singing Circle: Sunday, November 17. 11-2. Brunch also! Private location.


So many of us have been hurt around our voices and are seeking healing. This three-hour singing circle hosted by Holistic Resistance is a space to receive emotional nourishment by disrupting the notion that we can not sing together, using collective singing as a healing modality to release distress and build the deep connections we need to fight systems of oppression and to dismantle racism. $5-$35 suggested donation, No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/728563054315004/ email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Deep Dive: Sunday, November 17. 2:30-7:30, Anxiety and Resilience. Private location.


Questions or register: email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.
Caring for your own anxiety and building resilience as white folks are two critical pieces of staying in anti-racism work for life. Anxiety can be an opt-out button for white folks, a reason for you not to do this work. Anti-racism can be an avenue for deeply healing your anxiety and trauma, and more deeply grounding your anxiety while doing this work can reduce harm to People of Color. This Deep Dive explores the critical topic of caring for your trauma and anxiety while doing anti-racism work and building connection with People of Color. We will build strategies for resilience for life-long social change.

Questions we may explore:
1. How are touch and connection critical pieces of resilience?
2. What do you feel in your body when you feel anxiety? What do you feel in your body when your anxiety is released?
3. How do you ground yourself when conflict comes up around racism?
4. Where do you go to get connection around your experiences of racism?
5. How do you track your capacity for this work?

A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies.





 
 

SEATTLE

Singing Circle: Monday, November 4, 6-9 PM. Sacred Embodiment Center Seattle


So many of us have been hurt around our voices and are seeking healing. This three-hour singing circle hosted by Holistic Resistance is a space to receive emotional nourishment by disrupting the notion that we can not sing together, using collective singing as a healing modality to release distress and build the deep connections we need to fight systems of oppression and to dismantle racism. Sacred Embodiment Community Seattle. $5-$35 suggested donation, No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds. More info here.




Deep Dive: Anxiety and Resilience. Tuesday, November 5, 4-9 PM. Private Location


Caring for your own anxiety and building resilience as white folks are two critical pieces of staying in anti-racism work for life. Anxiety can be an opt-out button for white folks, a reason for you not to do this work. Anti-racism can be an avenue for deeply healing your anxiety and trauma, and more deeply grounding your anxiety while doing this work can reduce harm to People of Color. This Deep Dive explores the critical topic of caring for your trauma and anxiety while doing anti-racism work and building connection with People of Color. We will build strategies for resilience for life-long social change. Questions we may explore: 1. How are touch and connection critical pieces of resilience? 2. What do you feel in your body when you feel anxiety? What do you feel in your body when your anxiety is released? 3. How do you ground yourself when conflict comes up around racism? 4. Where do you go to get connection around your experiences of racism? 5. How do you track your capacity for this work? A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Deep Dive: Leadership Series: Birthing the Questions. Monday, Novemer 25, 4-9 PM. Private Address.


Build the wisdom of Holistic Resistance into your anti-racism work in your community. This Deep Dive is for people who have already attended Holistic Resistance workshops and Deep Dives and are wanting a taster of our 6-month Facilitator/Ally Leadership Program. This Deep Dive is all about crafting questions. Have you wondered how we come up with our questions and our longer story questions? Dig into your own experience of undoing racism to create your own content for facilitation. Build the habit of asking better questions of the racist events you see happening around you. Build community and connection around asking and answering questions, and holding your community’s answers. Learn to use questions to help your community grow around their anti-racism. A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Wake Up: Guest Facilitated. Sunday, November 24, 6-8 PM. Sacred Embodiment Center Seattle


For white people looking for regular connection and growth around Holistic Resistance-based liberation work. Guest facilitated by Porsha Beed. Contact holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com for more information. About Wake Up: Interrupting Our Whiteness: **For Nov 6th and November 24th: Please note! We are honored to be joined by Holistic Resistance for our first meetings in November. Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed, two incredible facilitators of Color, will be facilitating in November, along with our Seattle based white facilitation team. Wednesday November 6th 7pm-9pm at The Living Room 2207 NE 65th st (entrance is on the west side of the building) Sunday November 24th 6 pm-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Center on Capitol Hill Resma Menakem in his book My Grandmother’s Hands articulates something that struck us as so true, something we’ve been feeling in our bones but hadn’t put to words: White folks who seek to undo white supremacy are missing a crucial piece in our anti-racism work: community and culture. While there are plenty of organizations, initiatives, strategies and ideas for how white folks can act in allyship, there is often a focus on the individual; we as white folks have yet to truly develop an anti-white supremacy culture, a way of being and relating to each other as a community of white allies practicing the culture of the liberated world we wish to live in. Further, in our work in various circles committed to dismantling white supremacy, we’ve noticed that many white folks haven’t yet found spaces to look at how their own internalized white supremacy manifests.
We are offering a monthly group to gather with other white-identified folks that is:

  • A place to practice being in relationship and conflict; to relate in ways that help undo our internalized whiteness, including relating across difference.
  • A place to practice and notice the ways in which our own internalized white supremacy leads us to judge, enact comparisons, and other ways of creating fragmentation instead of solidarity
  • A place to real-time process our whiteness that arises in our group time together through relationship building, inquiry and togetherness.
  • A space that prepares us to be resilient, self-regulated and self-connected as we move into mixed-race spaces, in order to minimize harm on BIPOC and to stabilize our nervous systems to receive feedback from and center the experiences of black and brown folks, all of which are deeply necessary for true allyship.
  • A space to grieve, feel and move through what is living in our bones as trauma, colonial oppression, ancestral guilt, internalized racism and so much more.
  • A space to develop lifelong connections to each other that will support us to stay in this work, in community and solidarity and care.
Wait… Is This Group Centering Whiteness? Yes, this is a group that centers whiteness in order to dismantle it, and a group that supports us to see the ways whiteness manifests. Whiteness in this context doesn’t mean centering white people, but rather learning about and undoing the elements of white supremacy culture* that keep white people in power. (*years of data by BIPOC and white anti-racist organizations as presented in https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.html). Given that white people are primary upholders of white supremacy culture, we have to look and live this shift in order to undo it. This is a necessary part of interrupting white supremacy culture. This group is not a replacement for participation in POC-lead movements and learning spaces; instead this work with white folks is supplemental and intended to be mutually supportive. About POC Accountability We are deeply inspired by the creative work, hearts and ways of being, modeled to us by Aaron Johnson, Porsha Beed, Jennie Pearl and Dylan Wilder Quinn of Holistic Resistance, which is a black-led organization focused on black liberation through intimacy and relationship. We are supported, encouraged and mentored by Holistic Resistance to create this monthly group in Seattle by these beautiful humans, and we are accountable to their POC leadership as we facilitate this group. Meetings Wake Up Seattle: Interrupting our Whiteness will hold meetings one Sunday and one Wednesday per month. Our intention is to keep these consistent with the First Wednesdays (7-9pm at The Living Room) and Fourth Thursdays (6-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Community), and there may be variations. Topics will sometimes be chosen in advance and sometimes arise from what group brings. Once a quarter, we aim to do grief work together, learning how to grieve in collective spaces and witness each other. We consider this work integral and necessary to racial justice. Please contact us at holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com with questions. At this time, we are not asking for RSVP’s. About the Facilitators Anna-Brown Griswold - (she/her pronouns) white-identified (Irish/Scottish). Anna-Brown works as a trauma therapist and facilitator in Seattle. For most of her adult life she’s been experimenting with how to integrate the deep wisdom and transformative power of Buddhist practice, truth telling and action around systems of oppression, and a love of justice. As a mom to a toddler, integrating parenting into the whole beautiful mess is an ongoing exploration. (Anna-Brown will primarily lead Wednesday classes) Grace Bryant - white-identified, gender non-binary (they/them), queer Grace is a non-binary and female identifying, queer, white northern European descendent human. The intersection of spirituality and healing justice is currently their biggest passion in their roles as polyamorous partner, community builder, spiritual mentor, youth teacher and holistic coach. They are the community director at Sacred Embodiment Community in Seattle, lead silent meditation retreats, and offer embodied sexuality and intimacy coaching. They are humbled to be mentored by Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed through Holistic Resistance, and many other social change leaders of Color, and have been changed to the core by these honest, holistic approach to racial justice. (Grace will primarily lead Sunday classes) Zevi Yoj- (they/them) Eastern European Jewish, Irish, Queer and non-monogamous Zevi has been blazing trails through time and space for lifetimes. In this go-around, they seek culture shifts in bringing their 20+ years of holistic family support work into their deep mentorship reaches with youth and families in an effort to cultivate resilient spirits of the future ancestors. They desire to help rebuild the choir of voices that care through non-performative, engaging and deeply felt song and sound. A raw journey of courting their own grief after a series of extreme personal losses brought them home to themselves and awakened their Sacred Activism path (a moment of gratitude for Layla F. Saad and her personal reflection workbook, “Me and White Supremacy” which deepened Zevi’s social justice work). They are humbled to be a guide to the good grief of being alive in ecocidal times, honored to co-create spaces to hold both individual and collective grief and trauma stories and to continue to draw from the wisdom of their bones around issues of cultural erasure and genocide so as to stay vigilant and heart-led during the great turning of our times. Reparations/Donations: As a group, we will seek to cover the cost of gathering spaces (when the space isn’t donated for our use) and desire to collect donations to be used as reparations. Redistribution of resources is one concrete step towards justice. What are reparations? Reparations for slavery and colonization is the polical justice movement, and corrected action that money will be paid to the descendants of Africans trafficked to and enslaved in the Americas, as well as paid to the Indigenous people of these lands- the Duwamish Tribe, who are fighting tirelessly for proper stewardship, resource and recognition of promises made about this land. In the context of this group, this will mean sending our donations to the Queer POC housing projects led by Porsha Beed, supporting the Chronically Undertouched work that Aaron Johnson is leading, Holistic Resistance movement efforts and other African-descent led initiatives as they arise. Additionally, generations of Seattleites continue to benefit from the Duwamish People's presence and stewardship of this land. We could not call this city home without the Duwamish Tribe. As a group, we’d like to acknowledge what it means to be a white person on these tribal lands and make it a point to make a monthly contribution to Real Rent Duwamish (https://www.realrentduwamish.org). We would also like to empower individuals to do consider making a monthly pledge and to share this initiative with others living and doing business on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people who inhabited these lands since the end of last glacial period.




POC Deep Dive: Monday November 18, 4-9 PM. Private location.


Deep Dive for POC/POGM (People of the Global Majority) Facilitated by Porsha Beed and Aaron Johnson This deep dive is built around people of color coming together as a disruption of the chronic patterns of scarcity and hurt we have when reaching for each other. For example, colorism and economics have historically been effective barriers that people of color often have to navigate in order to be close to each other. We want to be clear that we are committed to holding space for people of color who are white passing, and at the same time hold the complexity that comes up for folks with darker skin. In this deep dive, we want to track and hold the ways in which we’ve all been hurt. We will reach for each other through deep listening, questions, and music to remind us, as a mixed POC group, that these barriers can be dismantled. We deeply desire to live in a world where we can receive all of the support that we need within our own communities. This deep dive will center Blackness as a powerful model within white supremacy culture. By acknowledging how black people have been hurt, we also recognize how white supremacy has hurt all of us and pits us against each other. We believe that reaching for each other and building relationships is one of the most holistic resistant actions we can take and will be one of the most challenging things we will do in this work. Finding the courage to simply show up is a major disruption to systems of oppression. We are excited to begin this deep reach with you. Access Note: Holistic Resistance is committed at every opportunity to offer resource to people of color without cost. We invite white people to support through reparations and donations to care for and meet the needs of our facilitators. Come for any amount of time. We will have food. Contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com for more info.




Wake Up: Guest Facilitated. Wednesday, November 6, 6-8 PM. The Living Room Seattle


For white people looking for regular connection and growth around Holistic Resistance-based liberation work. Guest facilitated by Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed. Contact holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com for more information. About Wake Up: Interrupting Our Whiteness: **For Nov 6th and November 24th: Please note! We are honored to be joined by Holistic Resistance for our first meetings in November. Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed, two incredible facilitators of Color, will be facilitating in November, along with our Seattle based white facilitation team. Wednesday November 6th 7pm-9pm at The Living Room 2207 NE 65th st (entrance is on the west side of the building) Sunday November 24th 6 pm-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Center on Capitol Hill Resma Menakem in his book My Grandmother’s Hands articulates something that struck us as so true, something we’ve been feeling in our bones but hadn’t put to words: White folks who seek to undo white supremacy are missing a crucial piece in our anti-racism work: community and culture. While there are plenty of organizations, initiatives, strategies and ideas for how white folks can act in allyship, there is often a focus on the individual; we as white folks have yet to truly develop an anti-white supremacy culture, a way of being and relating to each other as a community of white allies practicing the culture of the liberated world we wish to live in. Further, in our work in various circles committed to dismantling white supremacy, we’ve noticed that many white folks haven’t yet found spaces to look at how their own internalized white supremacy manifests.
We are offering a monthly group to gather with other white-identified folks that is:

  • A place to practice being in relationship and conflict; to relate in ways that help undo our internalized whiteness, including relating across difference.
  • A place to practice and notice the ways in which our own internalized white supremacy leads us to judge, enact comparisons, and other ways of creating fragmentation instead of solidarity
  • A place to real-time process our whiteness that arises in our group time together through relationship building, inquiry and togetherness.
  • A space that prepares us to be resilient, self-regulated and self-connected as we move into mixed-race spaces, in order to minimize harm on BIPOC and to stabilize our nervous systems to receive feedback from and center the experiences of black and brown folks, all of which are deeply necessary for true allyship.
  • A space to grieve, feel and move through what is living in our bones as trauma, colonial oppression, ancestral guilt, internalized racism and so much more.
  • A space to develop lifelong connections to each other that will support us to stay in this work, in community and solidarity and care.
Wait… Is This Group Centering Whiteness? Yes, this is a group that centers whiteness in order to dismantle it, and a group that supports us to see the ways whiteness manifests. Whiteness in this context doesn’t mean centering white people, but rather learning about and undoing the elements of white supremacy culture* that keep white people in power. (*years of data by BIPOC and white anti-racist organizations as presented in https://www.showingupforracialjustice.org/white-supremacy-culture-characteristics.html). Given that white people are primary upholders of white supremacy culture, we have to look and live this shift in order to undo it. This is a necessary part of interrupting white supremacy culture. This group is not a replacement for participation in POC-lead movements and learning spaces; instead this work with white folks is supplemental and intended to be mutually supportive. About POC Accountability We are deeply inspired by the creative work, hearts and ways of being, modeled to us by Aaron Johnson, Porsha Beed, Jennie Pearl and Dylan Wilder Quinn of Holistic Resistance, which is a black-led organization focused on black liberation through intimacy and relationship. We are supported, encouraged and mentored by Holistic Resistance to create this monthly group in Seattle by these beautiful humans, and we are accountable to their POC leadership as we facilitate this group. Meetings Wake Up Seattle: Interrupting our Whiteness will hold meetings one Sunday and one Wednesday per month. Our intention is to keep these consistent with the First Wednesdays (7-9pm at The Living Room) and Fourth Thursdays (6-8pm at Sacred Embodiment Community), and there may be variations. Topics will sometimes be chosen in advance and sometimes arise from what group brings. Once a quarter, we aim to do grief work together, learning how to grieve in collective spaces and witness each other. We consider this work integral and necessary to racial justice. Please contact us at holisticresistanceseattle@gmail.com with questions. At this time, we are not asking for RSVP’s. About the Facilitators Anna-Brown Griswold - (she/her pronouns) white-identified (Irish/Scottish). Anna-Brown works as a trauma therapist and facilitator in Seattle. For most of her adult life she’s been experimenting with how to integrate the deep wisdom and transformative power of Buddhist practice, truth telling and action around systems of oppression, and a love of justice. As a mom to a toddler, integrating parenting into the whole beautiful mess is an ongoing exploration. (Anna-Brown will primarily lead Wednesday classes) Grace Bryant - white-identified, gender non-binary (they/them), queer Grace is a non-binary and female identifying, queer, white northern European descendent human. The intersection of spirituality and healing justice is currently their biggest passion in their roles as polyamorous partner, community builder, spiritual mentor, youth teacher and holistic coach. They are the community director at Sacred Embodiment Community in Seattle, lead silent meditation retreats, and offer embodied sexuality and intimacy coaching. They are humbled to be mentored by Aaron Johnson and Porsha Beed through Holistic Resistance, and many other social change leaders of Color, and have been changed to the core by these honest, holistic approach to racial justice. (Grace will primarily lead Sunday classes) Zevi Yoj- (they/them) Eastern European Jewish, Irish, Queer and non-monogamous Zevi has been blazing trails through time and space for lifetimes. In this go-around, they seek culture shifts in bringing their 20+ years of holistic family support work into their deep mentorship reaches with youth and families in an effort to cultivate resilient spirits of the future ancestors. They desire to help rebuild the choir of voices that care through non-performative, engaging and deeply felt song and sound. A raw journey of courting their own grief after a series of extreme personal losses brought them home to themselves and awakened their Sacred Activism path (a moment of gratitude for Layla F. Saad and her personal reflection workbook, “Me and White Supremacy” which deepened Zevi’s social justice work). They are humbled to be a guide to the good grief of being alive in ecocidal times, honored to co-create spaces to hold both individual and collective grief and trauma stories and to continue to draw from the wisdom of their bones around issues of cultural erasure and genocide so as to stay vigilant and heart-led during the great turning of our times. Reparations/Donations: As a group, we will seek to cover the cost of gathering spaces (when the space isn’t donated for our use) and desire to collect donations to be used as reparations. Redistribution of resources is one concrete step towards justice. What are reparations? Reparations for slavery and colonization is the polical justice movement, and corrected action that money will be paid to the descendants of Africans trafficked to and enslaved in the Americas, as well as paid to the Indigenous people of these lands- the Duwamish Tribe, who are fighting tirelessly for proper stewardship, resource and recognition of promises made about this land. In the context of this group, this will mean sending our donations to the Queer POC housing projects led by Porsha Beed, supporting the Chronically Undertouched work that Aaron Johnson is leading, Holistic Resistance movement efforts and other African-descent led initiatives as they arise. Additionally, generations of Seattleites continue to benefit from the Duwamish People's presence and stewardship of this land. We could not call this city home without the Duwamish Tribe. As a group, we’d like to acknowledge what it means to be a white person on these tribal lands and make it a point to make a monthly contribution to Real Rent Duwamish (https://www.realrentduwamish.org). We would also like to empower individuals to do consider making a monthly pledge and to share this initiative with others living and doing business on the unceded ancestral lands of the Duwamish people who inhabited these lands since the end of last glacial period.




Deep Dive: Critiquing Blackness. Wednesday, November 20, 4-9 PM. Private Location


Critiquing Blackness is one of the most important conversations for white folks to consider when doing racial justice work. As we reach for African Heritage folks in social justice work, part of that relationship is reevaluating how we give correction as white people. Every correction has an impact. And it’s a necessary part of reaching for blackness. In this deep dive, we are going to investigate what comes up in ourselves, the potential impact, and the after care for ourselves and for them. There are three categories we will discuss. Critique around money and the professional environment, the body, and sexuality. 1. When critiquing a black person what emotional tools/strategies do you use? 2. Are you committed beyond your white convenience? 3. As a white person standing up for racial justice, what consequences do you face from other white people? A deep dive has a maximum of six participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Mini Deep Dive: Parenting: Tuesday November 19, 5:30-9 PM.


One of the most important types of activism we do is right in our living rooms, raising children. Children’s education can play a critical role in ending racism and systemic oppression. This Deep Dive is about asking questions of ourselves as parents and encouraging our children to ask questions of the world around them. We will wrestle with the questions: 1. When do I talk about race with my children? What do I say? Will I traumatize my child? 2. How do I create my own questions for myself, my partners or community, and my children around this critical topic? 3. How do I prepare the next generation of white children to be anti-racist? 4. How can we talk about touch, consent, and sexual education with our children in a way that includes race? A mini deep dive has a maximum of four participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com for more info.





 

SEQUIM

【3款激光儀器的配搭激光功效】


1. 秒殺色斑:
治療表皮色素表皮與真皮色素混合(必選)
採用 FDA安全認證 PICO PLUS 第三代755蜂巢皮秒激光技術,比二代能量高出約30%強度,相比傳統激光其擊破黑色素速度比傳統納秒雷射快7倍之多,更快速,高效地震碎色素,有效去除色素不反黑 (黑色素增生),真正做到「秒殺」色斑,做一次便有顯著效果。
Pico laser皮秒激光3代的755nm魅力所在, 不結焦、不損傷、不出血、不易反黑 、恢復速度快,療程後可如常化妝,免除傳統激光麻煩的恢復期。 2. 美白肌膚、皮膚炎證、或膚色不均勻 :
亞洲人肌膚較為敏感,Aroma laser激光特佳波長808nm-810nm是傳統激光的3-5倍速度,除脫毛功能外,儀器新增加SR激光嫩膚功能,能持續發放激光能量,有效穿透至較深色素位置,促進真皮層中蛋白和彈力纖維的活性,瓦解黑色素,從而緊緻美白肌膚效果。 3. 擊退真皮層色素、明亮膚色:
新一代的8倍淨膚Helios Nd:YAG激光 1064波長,有別於傳統方式,它能在分段光束模式中擊發淨膚激光能量,因此它的能量比起傳統的淨膚射光更高,主要針對「真皮性色素斑」都能輕易擊退。因此比其他同類射頻模式強10倍,重現無暇透白美肌﹗ 雷射後臉部馬上明亮了好多!




【3部激光價格】好貴嗎?一般人負擔到嗎?


Beverly Skin Refining Center的激光療程無論試做價錢、療程價格,激光的收費都是良心價,不會黑心賣天價幾千元皮秒激光這些不合理價錢!療程價錢方面會因應客人需要提供合理次數同價錢,不會開一個天價價錢給客人,因為最重要客人負擔到費用,同有真實需要才是良心品牌!想知道療程優惠價格收費可以直接按右下角聯絡制找我們!




【Beverly skin去斑好唔好?】


當用家想解決面上的表面斑、深層班時,想找美容院或者醫生去處理色素問題,但資訊實在太多了,如何判斷皮秒去斑邊間好?皮秒去斑推介是否值得相信,首要用家要知道皮秒激光去斑的做法、效果,更加要知道自己皮膚真正的問題,找一個真正適合自己的皮秒去斑療程,因為每一個人面對的皮膚問題都略有不同,不是一條程式用到老。而要判斷皮秒去斑邊間好,首要是商譽良好的美容院,只是盲目受便宜價格、一次清晒等說法所吸引,反而危險性更高,大家要清楚明白去斑是長期戰,就算表面班清理了,其實底層都有黑色素,隨着日子底層的黑色素仍會出現在表面皮膚,那便是荷爾蒙斑。或者保養不足例如沒有好好使用防曬都是會令表層斑再次出現。所以心態上要先撃退後保養。以上我們Beverly Skin都絕對不會忽視。




【舊式去斑方法為何被淘汰?】


其實多年來都有很多用家想有一個具安全又有效的去斑方法,做療程塗維他命C都是想要無斑又白淨的皮膚。而舊式去斑方法為何被淘汰,其實都是針對效果及安全性不足,例如用高濃度的果酸去除色素,過程皮膚感覺不舒適而且只可以解決表層斑,而較多人使用的維他命C,普遍人都錯誤使用而產生後遺症,因為維他命C只可以晚上使用,如果日間使用會吸光,斑斑同皮膚會越來越黑!而表層底下的荷爾蒙斑就難以解決了,另外舊式去斑方法亦會使用激光中的532波長,不過使用完後會有表面傷口呈結焦的狀態,如果處理不當很容易會再有傷口出現令色素沉澱,形成因傷口形成的印。況且使用完532波長不能夠即時化妝,對愛美的女士來說就算有效都不是最完美的去斑方法。二便是彩光去斑為什麼越來越少人使用,是因為本身彩光不穩定,不能夠針對性對付特定位置的色斑,所以皮秒激光的面世對於想徹底去斑的用家是一種福音。




【什麼人不適合做激光療程?】


  1. 皮膚惡性腫瘤或癌前病變;
  2. 妊娠期及哺乳期間;
  3. 近期曬黑或曬傷的皮膚;
  4. 光敏性疾病(紅斑狼瘡、癲癇);
  5. 急性皮膚感染(疙瘩或凍瘡);
  6. 近期(一個月內)服用光敏藥物者;
  7. 菲薄的干性皮膚;
  8. 疤痕體質;
  9. 用過功效型產品的要停止至少一個月以上才可做,並且在光學治療過程中也不可使用功效型產品;
  10. 有假體部位;
  11. 安有心臟起博器者。




【激光護理後及家居建議?】


護理後須知:

護理後即時

-輕微發紅發熱是正常反應,視乎需要進行冷敷

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

-皮膚治療位置至少4週不能在陽光下暴曬。

護理後4-72小時

-避免高溫環境:適當水溫潔面,請勿進行熱療如曬燈,焗桑拿。

-避免服用阿士匹靈及為A酸藥物

-避免飲酒卡辛辣食物,多休息,清淡飲食,避免劇烈運動。

-避免刺激:使用保濕及修復類產品。避免使用美白及抗氧化類產品,避免使用刺激性成份如磨砂,去油,深層清潔的產品,以免造成刺激及炎證。

-皮膚治療位置至少四週不能在陽光下暴曬。

-輕微發紅發熱是正常反應,視乎需要進行冷敷。

-護理後皮膚代謝加快,多喝水來保持皮膚濕度。可以使用加強保濕,膠原蛋白面膜等修護產品促進皮膚修復。

-注意防曬:撐傘,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

護理後72小時-6天

-保持清潔:使用溫和潔面產品。避免使用刺激性成份如磨砂,去油,深層清潔個產品。

-避免刺激:使用保濕及修復類產品。避免使用美白抗氧化類產品,以免造成刺激及炎證。

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

護理後>6天

-保持清潔,避免刺激:使用溫和潔面產品,注意保濕

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

療程期間

-21-28天進行一次療程

-避免在治療前2週使用自曬黑產品





CHIMACUM

【3款激光儀器的配搭激光功效】


1. 秒殺色斑:
治療表皮色素表皮與真皮色素混合(必選)
採用 FDA安全認證 PICO PLUS 第三代755蜂巢皮秒激光技術,比二代能量高出約30%強度,相比傳統激光其擊破黑色素速度比傳統納秒雷射快7倍之多,更快速,高效地震碎色素,有效去除色素不反黑 (黑色素增生),真正做到「秒殺」色斑,做一次便有顯著效果。
Pico laser皮秒激光3代的755nm魅力所在, 不結焦、不損傷、不出血、不易反黑 、恢復速度快,療程後可如常化妝,免除傳統激光麻煩的恢復期。 2. 美白肌膚、皮膚炎證、或膚色不均勻 :
亞洲人肌膚較為敏感,Aroma laser激光特佳波長808nm-810nm是傳統激光的3-5倍速度,除脫毛功能外,儀器新增加SR激光嫩膚功能,能持續發放激光能量,有效穿透至較深色素位置,促進真皮層中蛋白和彈力纖維的活性,瓦解黑色素,從而緊緻美白肌膚效果。 3. 擊退真皮層色素、明亮膚色:
新一代的8倍淨膚Helios Nd:YAG激光 1064波長,有別於傳統方式,它能在分段光束模式中擊發淨膚激光能量,因此它的能量比起傳統的淨膚射光更高,主要針對「真皮性色素斑」都能輕易擊退。因此比其他同類射頻模式強10倍,重現無暇透白美肌﹗ 雷射後臉部馬上明亮了好多!




【3部激光價格】好貴嗎?一般人負擔到嗎?


Beverly Skin Refining Center的激光療程無論試做價錢、療程價格,激光的收費都是良心價,不會黑心賣天價幾千元皮秒激光這些不合理價錢!療程價錢方面會因應客人需要提供合理次數同價錢,不會開一個天價價錢給客人,因為最重要客人負擔到費用,同有真實需要才是良心品牌!想知道療程優惠價格收費可以直接按右下角聯絡制找我們!




【Beverly skin去斑好唔好?】


當用家想解決面上的表面斑、深層班時,想找美容院或者醫生去處理色素問題,但資訊實在太多了,如何判斷皮秒去斑邊間好?皮秒去斑推介是否值得相信,首要用家要知道皮秒激光去斑的做法、效果,更加要知道自己皮膚真正的問題,找一個真正適合自己的皮秒去斑療程,因為每一個人面對的皮膚問題都略有不同,不是一條程式用到老。而要判斷皮秒去斑邊間好,首要是商譽良好的美容院,只是盲目受便宜價格、一次清晒等說法所吸引,反而危險性更高,大家要清楚明白去斑是長期戰,就算表面班清理了,其實底層都有黑色素,隨着日子底層的黑色素仍會出現在表面皮膚,那便是荷爾蒙斑。或者保養不足例如沒有好好使用防曬都是會令表層斑再次出現。所以心態上要先撃退後保養。以上我們Beverly Skin都絕對不會忽視。




【舊式去斑方法為何被淘汰?】


其實多年來都有很多用家想有一個具安全又有效的去斑方法,做療程塗維他命C都是想要無斑又白淨的皮膚。而舊式去斑方法為何被淘汰,其實都是針對效果及安全性不足,例如用高濃度的果酸去除色素,過程皮膚感覺不舒適而且只可以解決表層斑,而較多人使用的維他命C,普遍人都錯誤使用而產生後遺症,因為維他命C只可以晚上使用,如果日間使用會吸光,斑斑同皮膚會越來越黑!而表層底下的荷爾蒙斑就難以解決了,另外舊式去斑方法亦會使用激光中的532波長,不過使用完後會有表面傷口呈結焦的狀態,如果處理不當很容易會再有傷口出現令色素沉澱,形成因傷口形成的印。況且使用完532波長不能夠即時化妝,對愛美的女士來說就算有效都不是最完美的去斑方法。二便是彩光去斑為什麼越來越少人使用,是因為本身彩光不穩定,不能夠針對性對付特定位置的色斑,所以皮秒激光的面世對於想徹底去斑的用家是一種福音。




【什麼人不適合做激光療程?】


  1. 皮膚惡性腫瘤或癌前病變;
  2. 妊娠期及哺乳期間;
  3. 近期曬黑或曬傷的皮膚;
  4. 光敏性疾病(紅斑狼瘡、癲癇);
  5. 急性皮膚感染(疙瘩或凍瘡);
  6. 近期(一個月內)服用光敏藥物者;
  7. 菲薄的干性皮膚;
  8. 疤痕體質;
  9. 用過功效型產品的要停止至少一個月以上才可做,並且在光學治療過程中也不可使用功效型產品;
  10. 有假體部位;
  11. 安有心臟起博器者。




【激光護理後及家居建議?】


護理後須知:

護理後即時

-輕微發紅發熱是正常反應,視乎需要進行冷敷

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

-皮膚治療位置至少4週不能在陽光下暴曬。

護理後4-72小時

-避免高溫環境:適當水溫潔面,請勿進行熱療如曬燈,焗桑拿。

-避免服用阿士匹靈及為A酸藥物

-避免飲酒卡辛辣食物,多休息,清淡飲食,避免劇烈運動。

-避免刺激:使用保濕及修復類產品。避免使用美白及抗氧化類產品,避免使用刺激性成份如磨砂,去油,深層清潔的產品,以免造成刺激及炎證。

-皮膚治療位置至少四週不能在陽光下暴曬。

-輕微發紅發熱是正常反應,視乎需要進行冷敷。

-護理後皮膚代謝加快,多喝水來保持皮膚濕度。可以使用加強保濕,膠原蛋白面膜等修護產品促進皮膚修復。

-注意防曬:撐傘,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

護理後72小時-6天

-保持清潔:使用溫和潔面產品。避免使用刺激性成份如磨砂,去油,深層清潔個產品。

-避免刺激:使用保濕及修復類產品。避免使用美白抗氧化類產品,以免造成刺激及炎證。

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

護理後>6天

-保持清潔,避免刺激:使用溫和潔面產品,注意保濕

-注意防曬:撐乎,帶帽,避免暴曬;使用30度以上防曬,每2小時補塗一次。

療程期間

-21-28天進行一次療程

-避免在治療前2週使用自曬黑產品





 

TACOMA

Singing Circle: Sunday, November 17. 11-2. Brunch also! Private location.


So many of us have been hurt around our voices and are seeking healing. This three-hour singing circle hosted by Holistic Resistance is a space to receive emotional nourishment by disrupting the notion that we can not sing together, using collective singing as a healing modality to release distress and build the deep connections we need to fight systems of oppression and to dismantle racism. $5-$35 suggested donation, No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/728563054315004/ email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Deep Dive: Sunday, November 17. 2:30-7:30, Anxiety and Resilience. Private location.


Questions or register: email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.
Caring for your own anxiety and building resilience as white folks are two critical pieces of staying in anti-racism work for life. Anxiety can be an opt-out button for white folks, a reason for you not to do this work. Anti-racism can be an avenue for deeply healing your anxiety and trauma, and more deeply grounding your anxiety while doing this work can reduce harm to People of Color. This Deep Dive explores the critical topic of caring for your trauma and anxiety while doing anti-racism work and building connection with People of Color. We will build strategies for resilience for life-long social change.

Questions we may explore:
1. How are touch and connection critical pieces of resilience?
2. What do you feel in your body when you feel anxiety? What do you feel in your body when your anxiety is released?
3. How do you ground yourself when conflict comes up around racism?
4. Where do you go to get connection around your experiences of racism?
5. How do you track your capacity for this work?

A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies.





 

OLYMPIA

Singing Circle: Sunday, November 17. 11-2. Brunch also! Private location.


So many of us have been hurt around our voices and are seeking healing. This three-hour singing circle hosted by Holistic Resistance is a space to receive emotional nourishment by disrupting the notion that we can not sing together, using collective singing as a healing modality to release distress and build the deep connections we need to fight systems of oppression and to dismantle racism. $5-$35 suggested donation, No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds. More info: https://www.facebook.com/events/728563054315004/ email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Deep Dive: Sunday, November 17. 2:30-7:30, Anxiety and Resilience. Private location.


Questions or register: email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.
Caring for your own anxiety and building resilience as white folks are two critical pieces of staying in anti-racism work for life. Anxiety can be an opt-out button for white folks, a reason for you not to do this work. Anti-racism can be an avenue for deeply healing your anxiety and trauma, and more deeply grounding your anxiety while doing this work can reduce harm to People of Color. This Deep Dive explores the critical topic of caring for your trauma and anxiety while doing anti-racism work and building connection with People of Color. We will build strategies for resilience for life-long social change.

Questions we may explore:
1. How are touch and connection critical pieces of resilience?
2. What do you feel in your body when you feel anxiety? What do you feel in your body when your anxiety is released?
3. How do you ground yourself when conflict comes up around racism?
4. Where do you go to get connection around your experiences of racism?
5. How do you track your capacity for this work?

A deep dive has a maximum of eight participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies.





 

DUVALL

Singing Circle: Friday, November 22, 6-9 PM.


So many of us have been hurt around our voices and are seeking healing. This three-hour singing circle hosted by Holistic Resistance is a space to receive emotional nourishment by disrupting the notion that we can not sing together, using collective singing as a healing modality to release distress and build the deep connections we need to fight systems of oppression and to dismantle racism. $5-$35 suggested donation, No One Turned Away for Lack of Funds. More info soon to come - or email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Deep Dive: Touching Blackness, Saturday November 23, 11-3 PM


Touching Blackness: The Trauma Story Around Touching Black Bodies & the Chronically Under-Touched What is the lasting impact today? Reaching for Blackness is about hearing our stories, feeling the story in our skin, in our voices, and in our tears. It is also about you. What experiences around touch do you bring to the room? Of black bodies? Of messing up or feeling awkward? The purpose of a deep dive is to start a conversation that continues for a lifetime. We invite you to begin here. We have taken on the important conversation of building conversation and strategies to support young Black people and create an understanding of how they’ve been hurt around being chronically under-touched. We are specifically talking about caring touch from family or friends. While many different people hold stories of feeling under-touched in our culture, we are focused on the effects of how oppression and being marked as untouchable by society has had a direct impact on Black men, and how that ripples out to affect all of us. Questions we may explore: 1. What is the result of touch on the nervous system? 2. How is chronic undertouch a strategy of systemic oppression in jails and prisons and other institutions? 3. How are Black women affected by touch in our culture? 4. What are the effects of chronic undertouch on the wellness of Black men? 5. How does chronic undertouch relate to harm towards women, trans people, and queer people? 6. Are your own touch needs met? How does that impact you and others? 7. How can we disrupt with care the ways white supremacy has taught us to not connect through touch? A deep dive has a maximum of six participants with a minimum of two individuals. This event is about connecting and building bonds that dismantle racism. Having a small group can slow down how we see, hear, and reach for each other. A deep dive lasts for five hours. Breaks will be taken as needed. Participants are welcome to bring snacks and a full meal if desired. The team will consist of two African heritage facilitators with two white support allies. Sliding scale for the event from $250 to $650. Please contact holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.




Workshop: Breaking Down Barriers, Reaching for Blackness. Sunday November 24, 9-3


This workshop is for white-identified folks to dive deeply and courageously into exploring topics of racism, oppression, and privilege through active listening, sharing and connection. One of only THREE public workshops we are doing in the Pacific Northwest this round! The other ones are in Chimacum and Tacoma. If you are new to Holistic Resistance work and want an intro to how we work through closeness and questions to undo racism, this is a great workshop to start with! More info - email holisticresistanceinfo@gmail.com.