Anti-Racism Literacy Education +
Foundational Content Workshops
Individual Ongoing Consultation
READ. TALK. HEAL. BE ANTI-RACIST.
Leah (she/her) LCSW, is a white Jewish New Yorker, school social worker working with older adolescents in the South Bronx for over 10 years and an activist organizing since she was a teenager. She is invested in un/learning the multitude of ways social work upholds white supremacy and reinforces oppressive systems. Leah co-founded and facilitates the Mandated Reporters Against Mandated Reporting group and has facilitated workshops ranging from anti-racist trainings for white clinicians to abolitionist demands for equitable schools to Jews for a free Palestine. Leah Practices from an intersectional, anti-racist, anti-capitalist systems perspective that centers holistic community healing.
Leah specializes on workshop topics in beauty "standards," fatphobia, anti-Blackness. She works with topics around critical race theory and disability studies, and is very interested the impacts of mandated reporting on Black and Brown folx.
Rev. Yokasta Tineo
Rev. Yokasta is a mother, a hermit, and a weaver who also happens to be a Licenced Massage Therapist, Inter-Spiritual Minister, Holistic Health Practitioner, facilitator, and founder of Kasa Healing. Yokasta offers Holistic Massage Therapy and Reiki sessions (for individuals and families), offers holistic consultations, spiritual counseling, co-creates rituals and ceremonies for various occasions and intentions, and leads group workshops and healing circles. Her approach integrates her learnings about holistic and trauma-informed somatic healing practices, nutrition, astrology, Chinese medicine, Ayurveda, mindfulness, brain-body-emotion connections, and Nature/Earth wisdom.
Yokasta facilitates healing circle on wellness and spiritual practices, trauma-informed, embodied/somatic and holistic healing tools & practices, lunar cycles & astrology, stress & energy management, mindfulness, self-massage, self-care, community care, social justice & spirituality.
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Pi-lòn/Pee- lÒn is Haitian Kreyòl for “mortar and pestle.” Mortars and pestles or Pilòns are traditionally used in many cultures to mix medicines or foods for healing and for sustenance.
The 'pilòn' signifies the healing of our people.