Kyndra is a Licensed Master Social Worker, has studied extensively African and Gullah cultures and psychology, studied dance in Legon, Ghana, obtained her Herbal Extract Specialist certification through the Michigan Institute of Natural Health, obtained her Meditation and Minfulness teacher training through the School of Positive Transformation and is a Minister in her faith.
Kyndra continues to use her experiences from both the clinical and community/independent study perspective to develop curriculums and workshops on mental health from a holistic perspective with spiritual principles to assist with the betterment of the total man.
Learn more about Kyndra's committment to community, wellness and advocacy below.
Gracefully Mindful Wellness Institute
Gracefully Mindful Wellness Institute is the for-profit arm of its nonprofit counterpart, I Am My Sister. As Gracefully Mindful teaches how to blend mind, body and spirit through movement, laughter, breath and grace, I Am My Sister remains committed to renewing women and families of color through wellness workshops through Play, Creative Arts programming and mentorship; both individually and collectively.
GMWI focuses on teaching breath to community in programming, workshops and retreats. Email today and learn more about breath and blending of mind, body and spiirt.
Kyndra Joi is Licensed Master Social Worker who is the founder and Executive Director of a local non profit ,I Am My Sister, CDC! Click the link below to learn more about the organization that fuels the heart of this Gullah Gal!
I AM My Sister, CDC
Light the Village, LLC is a Community Organization whose mission is to bring both light and awareness of the total man to the communities on both a micro & macro level from a holistic and cultural perspective.
LTV reaches out to communities with wellness workshops for children, women and families, Gullah Geechee seminars/workshops and presentations on identified topics of mindfulness and meditation.
Light the Village, LLC