This is a holistic healing and movement space that honors all bodies and abilities. We incorporate tai chi, meditation, and african-based movements combined with live drumming. Our mission is create and foster a safe space for freedom of expression, to be touch with one’s body without policing it. We hope you can join us! 🙂
Accessibility Info –
No stairs. 3 different restrooms to choose from (gender neutral (single stall), women, men).
“When the nurse on duty came out of the ultrasound room to call the next patient in, she glanced over at me and stopped. I’ll never forget the look of shock on her face. As she walked away, she turned her head to look back at me, not once, not twice, but three times, almost as though to make sure that what she was seeing was actually real. This, of course, caught the attention of the other patients, who now started staring at me as well. I tried to distract myself by locking my eyes on the ironic “trans inclusivity” poster on the wall in front of me, realizing with a sinking heart that the trans-competent care I had been led to expect was not going to materialize at all.”
“For a lot of trans men, having to grow up in girls clothes is a traumatic misgendering every single day. But the process of coming into masculinity is as varied as masculine expression itself. Queer masculinity makes room for men to define their bodies and manhood by what feels right to them. One element of that can be physically changing the body — and thus changing one’s clothes.”