Danielle Elizabeth Stevens

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Danielle Elizabeth Stevens, born and raised in Los Angeles, CA is an integrative health and wellness educator, healing justice consultant, and multi-disciplinary artist working in service of social change globally. Her expertise spans a range of modalities including sensory, imagination, and dreaming arts, performance arts, fashion and beauty, professional creative writing, as well as culinary arts and nutrition. As an ancestral-led spiritual cultural worker, Danielle has a over 15 years of professional experience providing healing justice capacity-building; strategic diversity and inclusion consulting; curriculum development and design; empathy-based leadership training; and integrative arts curation and programming in over 50 cities nationally, 10 countries internationally, and in collaboration with hundreds of community partners worldwide. She is humbled and honored to have learned from and worked with spiritual-religious leaders and medicine people globally including the monastics of Chiang Mai, Thailand and the indigenous curanderos near La Ciudad de México, where she now calls home.

Danielle is trained in Mindful Self Compassion, Anti-Oppression Facilitation, Non Violent Communication, and holds an Advanced Degree in Sociology from the University of California, Santa Barbara where in 2009 she co-created the very first WOC sangha for BIPOC women, femmes, and non-binary people locally. Danielle’s features and clients include The Los LA Times, New York Times Magazine, CNN, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, The NAACP, The LGBTQ Task Force, the National Center for Transgender Equality, and more. She is the Founding Director of Moonlight Wellness, a community-based organization specializing in holistic wellness programs for Black folks and QTPOC. She is also the Founder and Editor-In-Chief of This Bridge Called Our Health, a much beloved digital publication and community resource curating discourse at the intersection of art, culture, health and healing. Furthermore she is the Founder Director of the highly acclaimed We Still Gotta Eat Initiative, an international project committed to global food justice, culinary excellence, and improving the health and wellness outcomes of disadvantaged communities on a global scale. You can learn more about Danielle’s work at DanielleElizabethStevens.Com

Events with Danielle Elizabeth Stevens

Fresh “Lev” White, JD Doyle, René Rivera & Danielle Elizabeth Stevens Creating Joy Trans Retreat Big Bear Creating Joy in Community Through the Practice of Gratitude and Equanimity
June 12 - 16, 2024

A Retreat for Trans, Gender Nonconforming, Genderqueer, Non-binary and all gender expansive communities A Silent Meditation Retreat Please join our Mindfulness Retreat for Trans, Gender Nonconforming, Genderqueer, Non-binary and all Gender Expansive communities. Wednesday, June 12th – Sunday, June 16th Registration closes May 29th at 11:59pm Pacific Time This 4-day retreat will be a space grounded in self-care and compassion supporting our healing and resilience at this time in this world. We will offer meditation, mindful movement, and heart-centered practices based on Buddhist principles. Silence will be gently balanced with small and large group discussions. We will cultivate and deepen…

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