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NURTURE: BIPOC Women's Group

NURTURE is an intergenerational support group and healing circle serving the needs of BIPOC women to restore inner well being within a supportive community setting. We gather to find balance mentally, emotionally and spiritually, with an aim to heal from past pain and restore inner harmony.


NURTURE is a safe and sacred space to share your whole self. We will learn gentle practices and tools to support our daily lives and healing on all levels. 

NURTURE sessions are held on Saturdays from 10:00 am - 11:00 am for 6 consecutive weeks, starting July 13. All sessions are virtual.  Fee is $85 per session.

NURTURE Themes:
The Authentic You
Core Routines

Personal Alchemy

Your Relationship To Others

Sustaining Tenderness

Your Future Self

Gratitude & Celebration

Rev. Coach Tammy Sibert is an ordained Minister of Spiritual Consciousness, Reiki Master Teacher and Shadow Coach who has trained with Rev. Dr. Iyanla Vanzant, founder of Inner Visions Institute of Spiritual Consciousness; Suzanne Hanna founder of the Wilderness Walk, Inc., and Rev. Dr. Anthony Farmer founder of Visions of the Heart Ministries. Rev. Tammy also serves as a Program Manager, Spiritual Life Coach and workshop facilitator for Just As I Am YOUth Empowerment in New York where she teaches young people from marginalized communities the application of Universal Life Principles and mindfulness as they learn service leadership. Born in Washington, DC, Rev. Tammy has facilitated spiritual healing spaces for more than 10 years. Rev. Tammy’s pain became her power after she took the journey to face her personal traumas and suffering.  Now, her greatest passion is being a guide for others as they navigate their struggles.

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