Black Girl Mystic highlights Black women, femme + non-binary healers, spiritual teachers + modern day mystics who are changing the world by living their soul’s calling.
Join mystic, medicine woman + healer L’Erin Alta for weekly gatherings of Black Girl Mystic and learn how to uncover your spiritual gifts so that you can live your soul’s purpose — beginning exactly where you are.
Courtney Alexander is a channel, conduit, creator, conjurer and the creator of Dust II Onyx: A Melananted Tarot Deck. She is a doorway between the unseen world and this one.
Omisade Burney-Scott is a Black southern 7th generation native North Carolinian feminist, mother and healer.
As creator + curator of The Black Girls’ Guide to Surviving Menopause, she shares the stories and realities of Black women and femmes over 50.
Leila Wright is a full spectrum doula and community centered herbalist certified in women’s herbal therapy.
In this gathering we explore Beyonce’s most recent visual album, “Black is King” as a text of healing and liberation.
An award winning writer, spiritual advisor + tantra coach, Anita Kopacz awakens divine simplicity, pleasure and joy so that you can deeply, fully and completely in love with your life.
Gina is an abolitionist for the lost parts of the self; a grief doula who uses sound and ritual to release stagnant energy, creating opportunity for embodiment and soul retrieval.
Akilah S. Richards is a lifestyle and parenting podcast host, sharing about the connection between liberation, learning, and parenting, particularly among BIPOC communities.
Sara Clark is an international vinyasa yoga and meditation teacher. Sara’s teachings merge the physical and spiritual practices of yoga with mindfulness and meditation techniques that help to ease suffering and liberate the soul.
Rev. Iyana “YaNi” Davis is a hip hop artist, inspiring speaker, effective educator, profound poet, modern day prophet and griot.
Juju Bae is a proud, Black millennial spiritual advisor, medium, cunty-conjurer, hoodoo practitioner, artist and BAE who believes liberation is attainable with the support of our ancestors leading the way.
Dr. Sayida Peprah is both a licensed clinical psychologist and birth doula. She specializes in multicultural psychology, trauma, suicide prevention and maternal mental health.
Piper Lovemore is an herbalist, full spectrum birthworker and mother to seven sovereign born children, with whom she and her partner of 20 years, share an unschooling path.
Shirley Johnson is a clinical therapist who’s taught yoga for the last 10 years and is certified in various lineages and techniques including Kundalini Yoga, Prenatal Yoga and Vinyasa Yoga.
Thea Monyeé is a licensed Marriage and Family Therapist whose work dives into the intersections of healing through decolonization of joy, pleasure, and mental health.
Junauda Petrus-Nasah is a creative activist, writer, playwright, and multi-dimensional performance artist whose work centers around Black wildness, -futurism, ancestral healing, sweetness, spectacle and shimmer.
Bea Dixon launched The Honey Pot Company, a now multi-million dollar plant-based feminine hygiene line based on a message in a dream from an ancestor about how to heal herself.
Alexis Pauline Gumbs is a Queer Black Troublemaker and Black Feminist Love Evangelist and an aspirational cousin to all sentient beings.
Janeen Uzzell is Chief Operating Officer for the Wikimedia Foundation deeply rooted in a rich spiritual practice of surrender + growth.
You can create a life of success, joy, peace, ease and sweetness — RIGHT NOW.
This is your year. Create the life you’ve imagined!
Madam CJ is a chart topping singer/songwriter, dancer, Certified Strategic Self Care Ambassador, Licensed Certified Liquid Motion Instructor and Nichiren Buddhism practitioner.
Dr. Maxine Mimms is a teacher, social worker, educator, administrator, trainer, professor, mentor, consultant, public speaker and the founder of the Tacoma Campus of The Evergreen State College.
Reverend Mary Bogan is a native of Mississippi, principal consultant of The Philippian Group and L’Erin’s beloved auntie.
Aishah Shahidah Simmons’ creative life work is informed by her lived experiences as a Black feminist lesbian, a child sexual abuse survivor, an adult rape survivor and a Buddhist practitioner.
Dr. Georgia McDade is host L’Erin Alta’s beloved auntie, a Louisiana native, world traveler and college professor who has lived in Seattle over half of her life.
Pea the Feary is an Afrofuturist and Seer whose work is about possibility, potential and realization.