Wellness For All Workshop

This is your invitation to envision a wellness world for all. To be inspired. And to inspire others. To feel empowered to take action and have the tools you need to do so. Until we can all be well, none of us will truly be. 

In this 2-hour workshop with Culture Anthropologist and Anti-Racism Educator EbonyJanice, you’ll learn:

  • Why stretching your imagination is key to transforming the wellness world
  • Specific actions you can take within yourself and your communities (off-line and virtually)
  • How to bring anti-racism work into the wellness space and your personal brand
  • Practices to support you during this time and prepare you for the new future
  • Q & A with EbonyJanice moderated by Robyn Youkilis




Investment: $20 (100% of the profit of ticket sales will be equally donated to Dream Yourself Free WOC Scholarship, WPP Little Readers Big Change Initiative, Inc., and Mystical Soul Project)  

Please note, there are no refunds offered.

As soon as you register, you’ll get instant  access to the workshop recording.

EbonyJanice Moore

EbonyJanice Moore is a Womanist scholar, author, and activist doing community-organizing work, most specifically around black women’s body ownership as a justice issue, black women’s access to ease, joy, and play, and Hip Hop as a tool for sociopolitical and spiritual/religious movement making. She has a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Political Science, and a Master of Arts in Social Change with a concentration in Spiritual Leadership, Womanist Theology, and Racial Justice. She is the founder of Black Girl Mixtape, a multi-platform safe think-space, centering the intellectual authority of black women in the form of a lecture series, a podcast, and an online learning institute led by black women scholars. She is currently a Professor of Dialogue, Mindfulness, and Women and Gender Studies. EbonyJanice can be found on Instagram @ebonyjanice and you can learn more about her and her work at www.ebonyjanice.com

A Personal Note from EbonyJanice

I usually don’t introduce myself as a Wellness Expert or Guru because, for so many black women, doing healing work is just our way to survive in a cis, patriarchal, able bodied, white supremacist society. We never think to say – this is “my work.” But it is. I always remember to say that I am a Cultural Anthropologist, a Hip Hop Womanist, and a Spiritual/Religious Leader – but I often forget to say that I teach a grad school course on Mindfulness and, most importantly,  I’m a 6th Generation Healer (for as far back as I can imagine an ancestors’ name). So even though I come into this conversation as a scholar, authorized by my education and my lived experience, it is most important for me to honor that my ancestors make me credible to be having this conversation with you about ways you can use your white imagination to dismantle racism, collectively heal, and create a new dream for this earth, together.

Robyn Youkilis

Robyn Youkilis is a board-certified health coach, meditation teacher, mama, multiple-hat wearer, and the author of two bestselling books, Go with Your Gut and Thin from Within. She’s the leading authority on gut health and gut intuition and has appeared on The View, The Today Show, E! News, The Wall Street Journal Live, Cooking Channel, Women’s Health Magazine, People, Oprah Magazine, Cosmopolitan, Well + Good, Mind Body Green and more. For more than a decade, Robyn has been at the helm of her global health coaching practice – Your Healthiest You. Through her coaching programs, retreats, guided meditations, TV appearances and live speaking engagements, Robyn has changed the lives of tens of thousands of women from all over the world, helping them lead more grounded and fulfilling lives. Follow Robyn on Instagram @robynyoukilis and and connect with her and her work at yourhealthiest.wpengine.com

A Personal Note from Robyn

As an influencer and leader in the wellness industry for the last 12 years, and as a white woman and a mother, I have a responsibility and am committed to doing anti-racism work on an ongoing basis with myself, my family and my community. The wellness industry is my community and we have a lot of work to do to make this a more inclusive space. I’m so grateful that EbonyJanice is able to join us for this conversation so we can get to work and rise up as a community together.

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