Poise, Posture, Presence
It's not what you do, it's how you do it.

transformation through community

MindBodyGrace Initiatives


Initiative I // Transforming Trauma


This unique intensive integrates body awareness, mindset training, and non-violent communication work towards a deeper understanding of old and new trauma. In this bold healing space, we facilitate release and transformation towards greater well-being.

Survivor-led space: We strive to create an intentional and intersectional community. As survivors of various forms of violence, we honor that safety is a critical component to learning. We recognize the many ways trauma impacts our systems. We hope to cultivate a space for collective bravery and mutual acknowledgment as we co-create this experience of collective healing.




March 16: 2-5pm, $50

Limited to 8 people

Location: Private Healing Hub in Mid-City

Reserve: Your Space

How do we hold trauma in our body?

In what ways does this influence

our communication with loved ones

and our way of being in the world?

Series goals

- Increased ability to track, shift, and transform trauma.

- Increased awareness of environmental stimuli and its impact on body and communication.

- Increased vocabulary to communicate effectively and empathically.

- Increased skills to navigate conflict and the uncomfortable.

Series Breakdown


Boundaries & Choice

  • Improving boundary-setting with verbal and body language

  • The power of no, the intention of yes

  • Addressing habitual patterns

Release & Restructure

  • Acknowledging and releasing anger and tension

  • Working with aligned rage and honoring grief

  • Re-connecting with breath and re-aligning posture


Recognizing the strength we already carry

Celebrating the neuro-plasticity of resilience

Using creativity to pave a new path



Meenadchi is a licensed Occupational Therapist, and trauma-informed Non-Violent Communication (NVC) facilitator and mediator. Non-Violent Communication offers an in-depth look at the words we choose to communicate, in particular when we are stressed or upset. With tangible tools to reframe our language, we can deepen our own somatic awareness, develop empathy for self and other, and increase connection as we navigate conflict together.

Deena is a Healing Arts Practitioner + Movement Coach, chronic pain and rape survivor, and performing artist passionate about the power of art in processing and healing. She is a Certified Alexander Technique Teacher with over 1800 hours of teacher training, advanced studies in Developmental Movement, and holds a BA from The University of Texas in Education and English, and studied Conflict Resolution at American University, DC. She has taught Alexander Technique and Movement at UCLA, The Relativity School, Golden Folk Wellness, and has held a private practice for five years.