Cultural Mindfulness Training is an experience that invites participants to connect, learn, reflect, and practice self-awareness and engage in a non-harmful and consensual manner with themselves and others.
Who benefits from cultural mindfulness training?
You Can Create Culturally Mindful Environments through Intentional Collective Experiences
Churches, Yoga Studios, and other Spiritual & Religious sectors
What are the signs your organization would benefit from cultural mindfulness training?
Don’t know how to talk about race relations
High turnover of people of the Global Majority (replaces the term BIPOC)
Lack of mental wellness
Intense productivity pressure
Miscommunication between managers and employees
A need to shift company culture
“Fatima has trained my whole organization and most of our clients. Our company works in the world of mental wellness AND we are a diverse company so it is critical that we create safe environments for people with all kinds of bodies and backgrounds. Diversity and inclusion has become a box to check but for us, our business would fail without these skills. If you care about this work more than just checking a box I highly recommend working with her. She is an embodiment of a socially just world. Every single moment of the training was an opportunity to humanize ourselves and each other, leaving no room for bias.”
Lillian MooreCo-Founder, Mindlight
What does Cultural Mindfulness Look Like in Practice?
Cultural Mindfulness looks like a collective of people honoring each other’s human experiences in a manner that acknowledges, addresses, and creates space for people with a different set of values, beliefs, or standards to relate to each other in a non-harmful and consensual way.