The EleMental Project: a Father’s Jubilee @ HealHaus
When Darian Hall met his dad for the first time at age 36, he realized that there was a hole in the wellness space for black men and women. His answer was to co-found HealHaus: a safe space for people to practice meditation, attend therapy, and more.
On Saturday June 15, 2019, we will celebrate fatherhood, male parenting and father figures that daily take up the torch to support our future generations. We are asking fathers to join us -- with your children -- for a day of bonding.
Men will gather together to discuss support systems and practices. The children will branch off into a group for fun active mindfulness exercises -- learning more about their body and feelings.
This day will also include a father and child group discussion to learn how to support our young through their endeavors, and how to curate the influences of media, social media and other external forces.
We will learn how to communicate better and to get to know each other a little more. The day will end with a simple group meditation that participating parents can practice with their children at home.
Please RSVP. Suggested donation: $10*
*No one will be turned away in all community events.
Conversation lead by Omar Davis.
Omar has a health education company focusing on human anatomy, mental health, and emotional wellness. He has developed impactful guided meditations which help to dive into portions of the body physically and emotionally. He has assisted people with acknowledging their deep trauma and healing through their inner child. Through visualization techniques, he leads people through various types of meditations and inner focus. Over the past six years, Omar has been developing his own knowledge and inner clarity through his meditation practice and visualizations. After healing deep trauma from his childhood, he made it his mission to share his tools to those seeking to heal. His passion for teaching others the knowledge of their human organism led him to work in corporate settings and with the Department of Education. He believes if we can give kids and parents the tools to understand what and who they are, then we can begin to see a change for our future generations.