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Tropical Leaves

Current Wellness Offerings 2024

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Monthly Meditation for Melanated People
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Tropical Leaves

Spring  2024 Wellness Offerings 

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Talk & Walk Ecotherapy series 

Previous Wellness Events

Brownskin Wellness
Corporate Private Event
Meditation Guide
New York, NY
NJ School Counselor Assc. 
@ Kean University
Union, NJ
"Beyond 3L"
Lady Lawyers Launch Retreat
Meditation Guide
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Newark Public Schools
Support Staff Conference
Workshop presenter
Newark, NJ
Couple Meditating


"As a member of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, I truly enjoyed the virtual meditation session facilitated by Ms. Raney. The experience was absolutely engaging and allowed us to create a safe calm space from the comfort of our homes. Prior to our session, I was very curious about how we would be able to connect with the activity virtually, but I quickly became a believer! I am so fortunate to have experienced both in-person and virtual sessions with Ms. Raney. She has an amazing spirit that allows you to be vulnerable and willing to submit to the process of healing yourself spiritually."  -Passion H.

"Ask yourself... Can you think of a time when you've sat still for 10 minutes and thought about nothing? Most of us can't..Well, this past weekend I had the pleasure of attending a meditation mashup hosted by one of the coolest people I know. the beautiful and super talented @themindfulscroll. This sister is a mom, a wife, model, therapist and a meditation coach.. This particular session was focused on Creatives and cleaning out all of the junk that gets in the way of us doing so.. At one point we were asked to write down our "junk" so that it could be burned as a symbol of us letting go. I can honestly say in the moment I felt very relaxed and free. SO going forward I'm gonna do my best to implement this into my daily routine. 10 minutes a day to clear my head. Sort out the junk, acknowledge, tidy up and move on thanks for bringing me was needed. Thank you."   -Malcolm

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