Welcome to Embodied Heart Mind LLC
Embodied Heart Mind is offered by Lissa as a form of embodied radical care.
Offerings include integrative mental health care, meditation, mindful movement, group facilitation, and writings held in a compassionate, trauma-responsive, and racial and social justice-oriented framework as part of a lifelong mission to reduce suffering for all beings.
About Lissa & Embodied Heart Mind
Embodiment & Integrative Mental Health Care Offerings: Embodied Radical Care, Psychotherapy, Coaching, Psychopharmacology, Writing, Racial & Social Justice, Community Care.
Embodiment Practices: Yoga, Qigong, Intuitive Movement, Meditation, Embodied Play, Dharma.
May we be nourished, that we may nourish life. –Lissa
May you be with the heart-mind, body, and spirit with tenderness, friendliness, and acceptance. May there be space for integration and awareness of all of the body’s wisdom and for connecting with an embodied way of being, an awakened way of living. –Lissa
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You are wonderful, worthy, and whole just as you are. You always have been and always will be. –Lissa
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I am holding you in my practice… all that aches, all that weeps, all that is weary, all that grieves, all that is enraged, all that is terrified… all that is content, all that is easeful, all that is love…the ten thousand joys and the ten thousand sorrows.
May all of it be held and taken care of in this moment. May all of you be held and taken care of in this moment.
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