Rebeka Ndosi

Rebeka Ndosi

Rebeka Ndosi, L.Ac, M.S. is a licensed Acupuncturist and Herbalist, certified teacher of both Kundalini Yoga & Meditation and Radiant Child, Youth and Family Yoga, and a certified Community Coach in Healing Justice. She is co-owner of People’s Movement Center (PMC) in Minneapolis and founder of the Youth Healing Justice Network @ PMC.

Dedicated to building a culture of mind, body and wellbeing practice for POCI youth and adults in youths’ everyday spaces and places, her work recognizes, honors and nurtures the individual and collective wisdom that we hold and is driven by the firm belief that lasting, revolutionary change and healing starts from within. She focuses on practical, relevant and integrative healing modalities to support children and youth, especially indigenous youth and youth of color, and the adults and communities who surround them in relieving stress, processing and healing from trauma, and affirming their greatness.

Contact Rebeka at rebeka@alifeinpractice.com.

Sandy Agustin

Sandy Agustin

BS in Dance Therapy/Dancer/choreographer/teacher; movement and creative exchange; stretch; relaxation and over 35 years experience with kids. Will be investing in Hang Pan instrument and learning to play – will explore and expand on this as a tool.

Contact Sandy at Sandra.J.Agustin@gmail.com.

Dana Suttles

Dana Suttles

Dana is a drama therapist with over ten years’ experience serving a variety of populations in New York and Minnesota. Dana completed her studies in drama therapy at New York University, and obtained a social work license (LGSW) here in Minnesota. Dana also practices traditional psychotherapy, and is a staff member of the Health and Wellness Center at Macalester College.

Dana’s primary practice at the People’s Movement Center is self-revelatory performance and therapeutic theater. Both approaches provide the client / participant an opportunity to work through a current issue, while addressing its connection to past experience or trauma. Dana is particularly interested in making this approach available to health/healing practitioners, organizers, and caretakers.

Marie Michael

Marie Michael

What I do:

    • Support children and youth in developing positive racial identities
    • Use reading, writing, poetic expression to explore voice and values
    • Teach body-based practices for healing and resilience
    • One-on-one & small group coaching/mentorship
    • Workshops on:
    • Poetry & PRID! (positive racial identity development)
    • Parenting for PRID (positive racial identity development)
    • Transformative self-care (teens – adult)
    • Personal essay writing for teens & young adults
    • Healing your body from stress & trauma (teens – adult)

Contact Marie at mmedit66@gmail.com.

Qui Alexander

Qui Alexander

What I do, what I offer: Yoga teacher, offering individual and group sessions

Contact Qui at qui.d.alexander@gmail.com.