Our studio policies are guided by lively community discourse. We don't always agree. Our definitions are always changing as we follow the explosion of empowerment movements globally. Engage with this dialogue and help us shape the way our practice guidelines evolve to be more inclusive, reciprocal, and diverse toward a defined scope of practice that empowers and transforms pedagogy.JOIN THE DISCUSSION
If you don't find what you're looking for here, please feel free to submit a contact form to let us know your concern. We are a small team so please allow us up to a week to reply.
Our grievance process is currently in development. For now, If you have experienced or witnessed something that concerns you, you can go one of two routes:
Meadowlark is a collective of individual practitioners. We leave it up to individual teachers to define their own scope of practice. If we receive a submission regarding a potential violation of scope of practice, we will forward the issue to the teacher in question to flag this up for them to resolve individually.
We are currently researching the possibility of getting together a committee of peers to look at social issues from an objective perspective.
Start with Episode 1 of Amy's discussion around Power Dynamics with Lorraine Close and Kirkness, then get stuck into Episode 2 where our Mysore Director, Emma Isokivi, rounds out the conversation about how we regulate the dynamics in our practice community for continued safety and empowerment.
Conversation and collaboration from the heart