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Meditation Apps & Tools By & For Latinx & Indigenous People
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Meditation Apps & Tools By & For Latinx & Indigenous People

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It’s been an incredibly stressful and dark year for everyone, and one of the ways you might be trying to cope is through mindfulness and trying to find more tranquilidad in your daily life – I know we look for little moments of tranquilidad every day through little things like yoga or reading, or a new type of tea.

One accessible way to find moments of calm is through meditation, because anyone can do it. All you need is somewhere to sit and get quiet for a few minutes.

There are also apps like Headspace to help start you on your journey, or the online classes of various yogis. But sometimes you might not really connect with their vibe, or their message might put you off. That’s why some Latinxs people have  created their own mindfulness solutions.

Here are some of our favorite people, apps and tools to help you get started on mindfulness this year:

 

Liberate

The Liberate app, created by Julio Rivera, is a meditation app “created for the Black experience.” It helps people connect with BIPOC meditation teachers.

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Karen Mendoza
Karen is a KRI Certified Kundalini Yoga Teacher “helping Mujeres heal con Breath meditation & Madre Tierra”. She does things like “Full Moon Meditations” online, which sounds kind of amazing to us. 

 

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Zayda Rivera

Zayda is a Reiki teacher, writer and entrepreneur. Her virtual meditation videos on Insta are soothing AF. I don’t know if it’s her voice, or the way she uses sage, her voice makes our minds tingle.

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Las Brujas de Brooklyn.

Ok. These amigas are so awesome they make our head spin. They are “Afro-Indigenous Black Latinx Twin Sisters, Social-Science Brujas.Ph.D.s. Doctoras. Profesoras. Yoginis” Need I say more?

They have fantastic meditations, Kundalini breath-work sessions, and their new HGLive show, #HealStory “focuses on a handful of our favorite Teachers/Elders sharing their stories of triumph, heartache, overcoming and resilience.” I don’t know what it is, but when I check out their channel I feel instantly uplifted. Es como magia…or maybe it is literally magia?

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Christine Gutiérrez

Author of I Am Diosa, Therapist and Healer, Christine focuses on “meditation, transformational breathwork, sisterhood shares, energy healing, experiential workshops” and more. Check out her work for the more therapeutical side of meditation and soul work.

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brb going to meditate..

 

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