Carine Gibert is the founder of the interdisciplinary education and sustainability movement, Grounded In Motion. Currently her work focuses on how we engage in new ways of relation building with elements of the natural world. As a cultural heritage scholar, education practitioner and international facilitator she has curated experiences and led programs Internationally for over 10 years. Her residencies are led through storytelling, rituals, and embodied experiences. As a contemplative artist, she explores voice, soundscapes and the transmission of the Earth’s wisdom through her poetry. Carine is actively involved in expanding our reflections on how we move through and are shaped by the world, designing university and school curricula while teaching regularly in New York City. The courses bring together 7 practices, these practices explore notions of reciprocity, the role stories play in generating meaning in our lives, and the contextual factors shaping the mind, body, and spirit.
This profile was last updated on October 21, 2020
Mind & Life Connections
2020 Contemplative Research Conference
2020 Contemplative Research Conference Session
Margaret Cullen, Carine Gilbert