Black Zen is a social enterprise created to remove any and all social and financial barriers that restrict black and brown communities from discovering the benefits of meditation, and to make all communities feel included and seen in the wellness space. Through meditation, they aim to re-frame mindsets and blow up limiting beliefs by demystifying the practice, debunking common misconceptions and showing that every day people can use meditation to bring positive changes in their life. The approach to meditation is non-religious based and focuses only on the practice of sitting and intentionally quieting the mind for personal growth. They are fiscally sponsored by BE Meditation Group, a minority-owned, woman led organization which allows grants and donor contributions to support our work. Together they're able to offer sliding scale pricing for individual and corporate meditation sessions and no-cost guided meditation to community groups, so that everyone can experience the benefit of this practice.
Therapy for Black Girls
Therapy for Black Girls is an online space dedicated to encoursging the mental wellness of Black women and girls.
Black Girl In Om
Black Girl in Om exists to hold and catalyze healing within black women around the world on their unique journeys towards wholeness. They support the necessary transformation, spiritual awakening, consciousness shifts, and intergenerational healing occurring within the diaspora.
Morning Tea, with Lady E
" A podcast that keeps it real. We talk about real problems to help people understand that they aren't alone. No time to sugar coat when life isn't always sweet."
Believes healing of the mind, body and soul is more than just a trend - but a lifestyle. Their space was specifically designed to inspire community while providing an accessible and fresh approach to the wellness aesthetic. They offer a variety of healing services along with daily group classes, specialized workshops and events, as well as private practitioner rooms for individual sessions located in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn.