Are You Feeling Overwhelmed By the Injustices in the World?
You seek personal and collective change, but you don’t know where to start or don’t have access to resources and education. While many communities exist, most don’t resonate because you don’t feel supported or belonged. You need a space that welcomes your authentic self.
At GaneshSpace we host a platform to support the intersectionality of identity and social justice, that educates and provides mindfulness resources and tools for personal and collective change. By recognizing that every person experiences marginalization and privilege differently, we’re able to approach both self-healing and social justice from a place of intersectionality.
HEAL YOURSELF AND THE WORLD
Our membership is where mindfulness meets activism — and where you can build authentic connections with other compassionate changemakers. We offer resources on allyship , and offer a wide range of mindfulness practices to serve your individual — and our collective — healing.
CHANGE YOUR WORLD
A guided 6-week immersion program to create space for your personal discovery, self exploration, and awareness-generating conversations around mindfulness and identity. If you’re feeling called to jumpstart your understanding of your role in oppressive systems, and the way you care for yourself and others through mindfulness, this program will support you in doing so.
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CHANGE YOUR WORKPLACE
We’re dismantling oppressive systems by changing the way we work. Companies, organizations and leaders like you want to see lasting, systemic change for marginalized communities and bothered individuals - starting with their internal workplace culture.
Don’t know where to start? Our corporate programming is crafted with the intention of creating a workplace that addresses systemic challenges head on so your team can walk away with ways to make lasting change.
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WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
Dalia K. (Nonbinary/No Pronouns)
Finding safe spaces as a genderfluid, pansexual, Black, 1/2 1st gen kid has always been a challenge for me. This is one of the few places where I am confident my humanity will never be questioned. In this space, I know that my identities that are marginalized elsewhere are accepted and embraced. I pray that one day people who share my identities will feel safe everywhere they go, but until then I am so grateful to have access to a healing space where I can relax and detangle myself from internalized stigma, open my heart, and recover from the stress of systemic oppression.
Steven W. (He/Him)
What is there not to love about GaneshSpace? Kim and many others have built a beautiful space that is absolutely a joy to be a part of - both as a community member and collaborator. Their community-first, inclusive space gracefully honors ancestral wellness practices, and their community outreach and events offer essential education and liberation for the greater collective. Go check them out - you will be delightfully pleased.
Nancy L. (She/Her)
I turned to GaneshSpace after the murder of George Floyd. I had this urge to learn, to educate myself, and that was the beginning for me. I started thinking about white supremacy and white privilege in new ways. Like, really thinking about it. I understood these concepts— in terms of the extreme — but now, I've been thinking about how they manifest in my everyday life.
Jen S. (She/Her)
I feel more aware of certain things. GaneshSpace has helped me articulate things, to feel more informed. What's most unique are the diverse range of voices — other spaces tend to have just one focus but all of the GaneshSpace events provide different viewpoints and bring different communities together — and not just like-minded people. So that people can hear what others' lived experiences are and so you can get out of your little bubble. It's wonderful to see. It's a great service.