Embodied Black Girl
creates space for the embodied healing and
liberation of Black women and Women of Color.
We believe healing is personal and political; spiritual and corporeal.
We host trauma informed, somatically rooted experiences that are grounded in politicized and decolonial lens.
This is radical healing
to weave the new world.
I’m so honored that you’re here!
I’m Thérèse Cator (she/her/hers) and I’m the Founder of Embodied Black Girl. I’m also a mother, a Leadership Coach, an artist and a healer. I’ve spent over a decade guiding visionary women to show up rooted to their unique vision, gifts and leadership to weave the new world. My work lies at the convergence of leadership, spirituality, somatics, mindfulness and social change.
Embodied Black Girl is the evolution of the work that I’ve been doing that affirms the healing of all Black women and Women of Color. This year I had the honor of guiding the first free virtual Black Girls Breathe Global Healing Day in February 2020 that attracted thousands of women and femmes all over the globe.
In June 2020, I led the becoming human, a series of lessons for white and white passing people to dismantle internal and systemic racism which was featured in Conscious City Guide.
I’ve had the honor to lead transformational experiences at HealHaus, Ethel’s Club, Maha Rose, Minka Brooklyn, Facebook and more. Since the uprisings, I’ve guided free virtual gatherings to support the Black community and people of color, particularly women and femmes as well as support those directly on the front lines of the pandemic from medical professionals to activists and organizers on the ground.
Embodied Black Girl is an invitation for Black women and Women of Color to reclaim their joy and deeply embody liberation for themselves, their loved ones, their ancestors and the generations to come.
Thank you for your presence!