March 21, 2021
Healing is our birthright
What is Global Healing Day?
The 2nd Annual Global Healing Day presented by Embodied Black Girl is an annual free event to make wellness accessible to all self-identified Black women and women of color across the diaspora.
Our first gathering in 2020 attracted nearly 3,000 participants from across the globe predominantly through word of mouth.
The response to our inaugural Global Healing Day, a grassroots effort, was so overwhelmingly positive with many participants sharing that the event was their only access to wellness.
This year we’re holding an even bigger vision. We’re expanding programming while still keeping the gathering 100% free for all participants.
The theme of the 2021 Global Healing Day is: Healing is Our Birthright
The gathering will be an entire day taking place virtually and will include discussions, sharing circles and meditation. Join us!
Sonya Renee Taylor
NYT Bestselling Author, Activist
Multimedia Artist + Creator, Dust II Onyx
Oracle, Teacher + Artist
Naiylah Warren, LMFT
Sabia C. Wade
Revolutionary Doula, The Black Doula
Executive Director Sad Girls Club
Founder Twenty Nine Thirty
Founder, Embodied Black Girl
JOIN THE WAITLIST
Global Healing Day is 100% free to attend. Our 2021 event is over however, please join the waitlist for 2022! You’ll be a part of our community and receive invitations to our other gatherings and offerings!
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ABOUT EMBODIED BLACK GIRL
Embodied Black Girl stands for the embodied liberation of Black women globally. We’re devoted to creating safe space and sacred sisterhood for Black women and femmes across the diaspora to heal from intergenerational trauma and racialized stress in support of our mental wellness and our individual and collective thriving.
We believe healing is personal and political; spiritual and corporeal. Our offerings weave together breathwork, somatic attunement, embodiment and creative practices and coaching for an integrative and transformative experience. Our work trauma is informed, somatically rooted and grounded in a politicized and decolonial lens. We’re here for radical healing to weave the new world from the inside out.
We are an inclusive community and support the healing and liberation of all Black women and femmes of color.