Tulsi is a sacred plant traditionally called the “Queen of Herbs” that is known for its healing powers. It helps to release stress and to enhance the overall quality of daily life. The essence of our training is to offer mindfulness pathways designed to enhance our life pathways. The strategies taught help individuals to increase regulation skills, build stronger relationships, learn relaxation and stress management techniques, build listening skills and increase resiliency. We teach mindfulness creatively through various mindfulness activities such as songs, story-telling, yoga movements and breathing exercises. This journey in mindfulness can lead to greater synergistic flows in daily life.

Two Kwanzaa principals guides our practice:

Nia (Purpose): to make our collective vocation the building and developing of our community in order to restore our people to their traditional greatness.

Kuumba (Creativity): to find new, innovative ways to leave communities of African descent in more beautiful and beneficial ways than the community inherited.