Wed, 13 Sept|
Mindfulness in Action 5-Week Course for People of Colour
Explore Mindfulness from a cultural Perspective to gain self-awareness, renewed hope from the power of self-soothing and inner resilience!
Time & Location
13 Sept 2023, 19:00 – 10 Oct 2023, 21:00
About The Event
Mindfulness in Action 5 week course
Explore Mindfulness from a Cultural Perspective to gain insight, self-awareness and inner resilience!
This 5-week course is for People of Colour who want to learn more about the key principles of Mindfulness and Meditation from a cultural perspective, and apply practical techniques to assist in day to day living. The course will assist with your experiences of racism and micro-aggression in the workplace or community and is a safe and supportive environment for people of colour to gain self-awareness, to heal from past and current forms of oppression and discrimination towards personal transformation.
Wednesday, 13th September 2023
Facilitator Imani Sorhaindo
Mindfulness Trainer and Award Winning Female Entrepreneur of the year 2021
Imani was born in Dominica, West Indies and came to the UK in 1979. From her late teens, much of her life in the UK has been dedicated to the empowerment of People of Colour; specialising in Equality and Inclusion, and Community Capacity Building through Health and Well-Being. She is a mother, and a grandmother of 4. Her work is grounded in the ancient teachings of the Ausarian way of life, through daily spiritual practice.
Imani is a qualified Holistic Health Practitioner, specialising in Mindful Teaching, Quality Assurance, Life-Coaching and Teaching. Her work with clients and groups centre around the power of Mindfulness Meditation, Guided Imagery and Energy Balancing to align mind, body and spirit. She has been meditating for over 23 years, and writes her own Mindfulness programmes which engage people around the world. She delivers an online 5-week Mindfulness in Action programme for People of Colour, and has also delivered bespoke programmes in Mindfulness to Lambeth Healthwatch, University of East London, Suffolk Rape Crisis, Karibu African Women's Group and many more organisations. She is an author; her most recent publication available globally is 'Nature's Pathways to womb-Wellness', and she teaches online and face to face with community groups and in the workplace.
Founder of KMT Rising www.kmtrising.com
Co-Director of Be Me Like We www.bemelikewe.com