Your Well-Being Deserves a SWAP!
Attemla Consulting, LLC will integrate our coined term and methodology of Somatic Wellness & Anti-racist Practices™ (SWAP) that provide an evidence-based introduction of combining
embodied trauma-informed mindfulness,
intersectional racial equity and anti-Black racism philosophies
which are fused within your pathways to wellness.
Explore your pathways below.
**Disclaimer: The Pathways to Wellness and/or SWAP are educational experiences (they are NOT therapeutic interventions or sessions) and can be supported with a consult of your physician and/or your licensed mental health practitioner in matters relating to your health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.
Somatic Wellness & Anti-Racist Practices™️
Collective Care Check-In (s)
How are you and your team really doing
throughout this syndemic?
Let's participate within a collective
"Collective Care Will Save Us."
Clinicians. Educators. Yogis. Healers.
Race-based traumatic stress injury is REAL.
Have you created a Racial Trauma Recovery Curriculum or Plan for
your clients, students, and/or
the community you serve?
Let us support you and your team in exploring intersectional anti-racist philosophies for your practice, services, and/or lessons.
Inhale. Exhale. Rest.
"Rest is a form of resistance because it disrupts and pushes back against capitalism and white supremacy." - The Nap Ministry
How are you really resting?
We curate body-centered installations rooted within intersectional anti-racist practices and philosophies.
Now let's get ready to...
"Inhale Courage" "Exhale Fear" and REST!
Affinity Group Training + Installation
The purpose of an affinity group is to create a brave and transformative space for REST.
Affinity groups are curated to discover intimately your relationship with your own identity and with like others to explore intersectional racial conditioning, implicit biases, aversion, characteristics of white supremacy culture, and urgency mindfully.
"The ZOLA Experience"
Experiencing ambiguous loss during COVID-19?
Loss of a job? A loved one?
Are you an expat returning "home?"
The ZOLA Experience is designed as a brief intervention, seven (7) sessions. The sessions are most impactful in a group and/or an individual setting. Attemla Consulting, LLC (Almetta Pitts) is a certified "ZOLA Experience" Facilitator.
What's Your Racial Justice Legacy?
Let's dismantle performative allyship and/or #wokewashing
Is your organization, company or institution ready to participate within moving a racial equity and anti-Blackness racism agenda for your
current staff and/or staff to come?
Discover the answer to this reflection as we curate a team retreat rooted within body-centered, intersectional anti-racist practices and philosophies.
Somatic Based Inter-Group Dialogue (SBID) provides increased awareness of perspectives outside of one's own social identity group(s), a deeper understanding of power and privilege.
Let's explore breath-centered and embodied ways in which your team can reimagine intersectional anti-racist practices within workplace wellness.
What's in your Leadership "Toybox?"
Leaders have you and your leadership team discovered your racial equity and anti-Black racism investor's voice?
Our six-month program will support you exploring "toys" within your "toybox" focused upon intersectional anti-racism practices, dialogue, and embodied ways of becoming an inclusive leader and/or an inclusive leadership team.
Rest. Reimagine. Repeat.
Have you given yourself space and time to create intersectional anti-racist practices and philosophies around rest?
Let's connect to co-curate a space for you to reimagine your resting theoretical framework.
**Disclaimer: The Individual (1:1) Exploration check-in is an educational experience (it is NOT a therapeutic intervention or session) and can be supported with a consult of your physician and/or your licensed mental health practitioner in matters relating to your health and particularly with respect to any symptoms that may require diagnosis or medical attention.
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