INDIVIDUALIZED RESOURCES

Becoming more aware of how living in a societal system impacts us often unleashes our desire to learn and offer ourselves more intentional care.

 

Below are community partners who are impactful at coaching, working with individuals on self care, and have effective programs grounded in the work. 

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Sofia Lorraine, CMT, CYT

 

With a focus on trauma-sensitivity in all my sessions, I offer private yoga instruction, Swedish relaxation massage, Thai massage, Craniosacral Therapy, and Chi Nei Tsang abdominal massage.  Each session is tailored to your unique needs, as they arise.


Contact:
612-386-2169
sofia@sofialorraine.com
www.sofialorraine.com

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Sara Wernick Schonwald

 

I am a listener, biodynamic craniosacral therapist, intercultural development consultant and somatic coach. Core to my practice is the understanding that we’re all connected to each other, and that it’s our opportunity and responsibility to work together for justice and peace. 

 

I work with individuals and groups to build people’s capacities to listen deeply to themselves and others, and create and sustain personal and systemic transformation that’s grounded in equity and justice.


Contact:
sara@listentolead.com

www.listentolead.com

Angel Tucker

 

The Charles Young Foundation was founded to preserve the legacy of Colonel Charles Young as well as bring awareness to PTSD, CTS, and TBI within first responders, youth from under resourced communities, and military veterans. The organization provides a safe space where these individuals can heal together, thus improving relationships in the community.

 

Colonel Charles Young’s legacy inspires us to persevere and exude excellence, even when it seems impossible. Our foundation provides supportive services to individuals, but also organizations that are focused on public service and youth empowerment.


Contact:

angeltucker@charlesyoungfoundation.org

www.charlesyoungfoundation.org

Disclaimer: J Pfarr Consulting cannot guarantee the quality of the resources—it's the responsibility of each individual to carefully vet potential partners to determine if they meet their personal needs.