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**If you are interested in renting our space for a service that contributes to the healing, empowering, and knowledge of Black mothers and children, please email us at


  • Due to Covid-19, Our free services and class sizes are limited and must be registered and approved before attendance.
  • We will contact you within 48hrs to schedule paid services after payment is received.
  • We are currently only offering services pictured above.

Sister to Sister Talks
We offer Sister to Sister talks for Women of Color in the New Orleans area who lack insurance or who’s insurance does not cover mental health services. We do not provide medication, instead we give face to face, open, confidential and judgement free conversation for our sisters to release their concerns.

Sister Circles
Come join us every other Sunday as we hold bi-weekly sister circles, we get together and talk about relationships, kids, business, life, sex, community issues, and much more in a sister to sister fashion.

Business/ Networking Seminars
We hold seminars that prepare our Women of Color to grow their businesses. Check out our Website to see what’s coming up!

Kid’s Learning Space
We hold various events that help our kid’s grow mentally, spiritually, and emotionally. Check out Afro Yogi Kids, we hold a special yoga and mindfulness for Kid’s of Color that teaches confidence, spirituality, emotional control, mindfulness and more.

Women’s Learning Space
We hold various events for women to learn about business, motherhood, issues concerning our community, wellness, natural healing, and more!

Kid’s Book Club
We hold a bi-weekly book club for our two separate age groups ages 6-9 and ages 10-15. Our book selections all deal with black community issues, involvement, history, and/or critical thinking/ problem solving. Parent must purchase books.

Goddess Treatment

A service that comes equipped with soft music, positive affirmations, essential oils and massages in order to help release anxiety and fear in  the Black Mother surrounding worries about childbirth and motherhood.


                                                                                                               Lakischa Smith, Creator