About me

Hello! Thanks for dropping by – I’m Bhumika, a wellness practitioner from Tkaronto, the traditional territories of the Huron-Wendat, the Haudenosaunee, and the Anishinaabe peoples. Many of us currently know this area as Toronto, ON.

I bring mindfulness and meditation together with an anti-racist, intersectional, decolonial, and inclusive lens. I specialise in working with people of colour who are looking for wellness that validates and empathizes with their lived experiences. I work with both individuals and corporate teams.

Simply put, mindfulness is being present. It is experiencing what happens in the now, rather than letting our mind wander into the past and future. We can use mindfulness and mindful meditation to bring awareness to our lived experiences, and heal ourselves from immobile pain that we’ve collected over the years. This pain can be mental, physical, and spiritual. As someone who’s dealt with intergenerational and colonial trauma, I know this is something many BIPOC contend with.

We can come back to our bodies, and learn deeply about our inherent sense of “knowing”. Mindfulness can support our self-compassion, resiliency, stress and anxiety management,  our eating patterns, our relationships with our bodies, our self-care, and our healing.

I look forward to breathing with you.

Qualifications & Practice Details

Prescribe Medication: No

Practical Details

Types of Clients
Young People
Older Adults
Session Types

Mindful Wellness Lifestyle Plan

Ongoing Healing Journey

Self Compassion

Anxiety and Stress Relief

Resiliency in Racism

Mindful Listening

Mindful Walking

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