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Mission Statement

Cultural Fabric is a one-of-a-kind consulting company focusing on harnessing the power of mindfulness and creativity to shift culture within businesses and communities. We address the great challenge of our time: staying connected to ourselves and others in the digital age and cultivating authentic connections in ways that increase our own capacity for self-healing (aka self-care), for working mindfully with others, and for making a difference in the world around us. Cultural Fabric uses movement and mindfulness-based programs and coaching to heighten awareness & bypass the barriers of verbal communication and conditioned responses. Program participants learn to more quickly guide themselves and each other to more sensitive, direct and healthier interactions with self, others, and the world around them.


The underlying goal of Cultural Fabric's programs are to address the need for physical and psycho-spiritual healing in communities of color across the U.S. and beyond. Since 2016, our work in communities has centered on providing mindfulness through movement services to individuals and community-based and non-profit organizations. In 2018, the Healing Arts Institute was born to train others in these group facilitation skills to more quickly spread these offerings in their workplaces. In 2019, we are expanding to offer targeted team & community building programs in private sector companies with the goal to continue to subsidize these offerings in community while employing underutilized artists and other healing arts practitioners. Whether in our communities or businesses the vision is the same - to shift toward a culture of continually working to experience more growth and awareness individually so that we may open more and more to seeing through others eyes for an improved collective experience.


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