Healing Our Matriarchal Lineage

May 24, 2024 | Brooklyn, NY | 6pm


Beloved Ones,

I’m over the moon to invite you to Embodied Black Girl CEREMONY happening in of Brooklyn, NY!

As we strive to create a more a beautiful and just world for all we’re tasked with dismantling the ways we internalize antiquated structures and systems. We’ll gather in ceremonial space in the name of healing our matriarchal lineage and in turn ourselves and generations to come. We will orient towards the Black liberatory affirmation of embodying “Our Ancestors’ wildest dreams.”

Our exploration will be one of deep embodied inquiry to allow our somas to release outdated ways of being weave new empowering narratives and deepen in the fullest expression of our ancestral gifts.

Through storytelling, song, soul shares we will heal and reclaim the mother.

This will be my first time guiding an in-person ceremony in Brooklyn in over 4 years so it’s going to be super special!

We’ll gather at The Soft Space by Mama Glow a stunning Brooklyn oasis created by my dear sister, Latham Thomas.

Tickets are limited so please join us!

Conveniently located 1 block away from the Bedford Ave L train station


Sliding scale payment

$55 – $122




Thérèse Cator (she/her/hers) is a mother and the founder of Embodied Black Girl. She’s also Embodiment Practitioner and Teacher, Decolonial Leadership Mentor and a Somatic Experiencing Practitioner. She works at the intersection of spirit, somatics and social justice rooted in a decolonial lens. She comes from a long line of medicine people, artists and activists. Thérèse is devoted to guiding people of all backgrounds to untether from the colonial and cultural conditioning that create cultures of disconnection. She invites them to unmap their bodies from supremacy and intergenerational trauma and in the process unearth the ancestral gifts essential to weave the new world.


IG CAPTION: So excited for @embodiedblackgirl CEREMONY happening in Brooklyn, NY on May 24th! Join us for an special in-person gathering hosted by @theresecator in honor of healing our matriarchal lineage and coming home to our true selves. Get your tickets at link in bio @embodiedblackgirl #embodiedblackgirl #ebgceremony