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Moody Mindfulness for Resilient Shades is your one-stop shop to find digital tools for the Black, Indigenous, People of Color communities.

To establish a safe, non-judgmental space for people of color to learn and practice mindfulness.


To provide affordable mental health wellness tools for people of color who may not have access to traditional therapy due to cost, insurance, or representation barriers.


Mindfulness meditation exercises may bring forth memories, emotions, and experiences that may be uncomfortable. Some people may experience changes in their sleep or dreams. Seek mental health services from a licensed professional if you are having negative or distressful reactions. If you are in treatment, consult with your mental health provider before beginning certain courses. If you need immediate help, you can reach the Suicide & Crisis Lifeline by calling or texting 988.

Hey Fam, Welcome to Moody Mindfulness for Resilient Shades!

I’m Tracy! I’m a certified mindfulness mediation coach and the owner of Moody Mindfulness for Resilient Shades, LLC and Shades of Resilience Counseling, PLLC. I do not believe that everyone struggling emotionally needs intensive therapy. Sometimes all it takes is having the necessary tools to get through the rough patches. Mindfulness meditation is a powerful tool for healing, growth, and well-being.

Mindfulness meditation isn’t woo-woo, magic, or anything mysterious. Truth be told, I don’t use any special pillows or sit in any particular position, because my meditation practices are far from “pretty”. I may cuss or have an attitude at the start of my practices but I always feel much better afterward.

Thus the name Moody Mindfulness aka Mindful AF…

Moody Mindfulness was created to foster resilience in the BIPOC community by offering affordable, culturally tailored digital tools to encourage overall wellness for people of color. These tools are not an alternative to traditional therapy if you’re experiencing significant mental health issues. Instead, seek the help of a licensed professional in your state.

Here you will find culturally-tailored, e-workbooks, classes, and courses that encourage peer support. The goal is to help you develop coping skills for stress reduction, manage anxiety, shit your mindset, and address racial trauma to enhance healing, growth, and improve your overall well-being.

Join me in being Mindful AF!

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Mental Health Disclaimer: Meditation Practice as a Complementary Tool, not a Replacement for Prescribed Medication or Therapy by a Licensed Professional

We want to emphasize that while meditation practice can be beneficial for mental health, it should be viewed as a complementary tool and not a substitute for prescribed medication or therapy administered by a licensed professional.

1. Consult a Licensed Professional: If you are experiencing mental health challenges or have been prescribed medication or therapy, it is important to consult with a licensed professional before incorporating meditation into your routine. They will be able to assess your specific needs and provide guidance on how to integrate meditation safely and effectively.

2. Individual Results Vary: The impacts of meditation practice on mental health can vary greatly from person to person. While some individuals may experience positive effects, others may not. Therefore, it is essential to understand that meditation is not a guaranteed solution for addressing mental health issues.

3. Not a Replacement for Professional Assistance: Meditation should not be considered a replacement for professional assistance. If you require medication, therapy, or other treatments, it is crucial to continue following the advice and recommendations of your licensed healthcare provider.

4. Monitoring Progress and Adjustments: If you choose to incorporate meditation into your mental health routine, it is important to monitor your progress and be open to adjusting your approach if needed. Regularly check in with your licensed professional to discuss any changes in your mental health and make necessary adjustments in your treatment plan.

5. Possible Risks and Precautions: Although meditation is generally considered safe, it is not suitable for everyone. Some individuals may experience discomfort, agitation, or other negative effects. If you experience any unusual or problematic symptoms during meditation, it is essential to stop the practice and seek advice from your licensed professional.

Remember, every individual’s mental health journey is unique, and what works for one person may not work for another. Always prioritize your well-being and consult with a licensed professional to ensure you are receiving appropriate care tailored to your specific needs.