About us

The Red Ma'at Healing Center, founded in early 2015, is an inspiring registered organization that empowers Black, Indigenous, and gender-expansive individuals. Since its inception, it has continued to evolve and expand its offerings, providing a wide range of integrative services such as counselling, yoga, doula care, and wellness workshops. Through its nurturing community of circles and workshops, the center inspires individuals to embrace their inner strength and achieve holistic healing.

Our approach to healing embodies mindfulness and  a trauma-informed lens infused with Sekhem principles (Kemetic energy healing) as we serve and work within community in the Greater Toronto Area.

Experience whole-person healing and growth with our healing centre, where mind, body, and spirit are nourished and supported.

Our Services

Integrative Counselling

holistic counselling services that empower your healing journey addressing: stress, anxiety, depression, PTSD, trauma, racial trauma, and more

Yoga (private & semi—private)

therapeutic mindful movement offered in various styles, including kemetic, afro flow, hatha, vinyasa, yin, restorative, trauma-informed, customized to meet your needs offered in person and virtual

Workshops & Circles

intersectional workshops and circles on healing, anti-oppression, psychoeducation, and more are offered both within affinity groups and greater collective

Doula Care

full spectrum doula services, abortion care, and education for womb carriers starting summer 2023

Tkarón:to Treaty #13

Red Ma’at Healing Centre operates throughout Tkarón:to with gratitude to the land and its traditional keepers. This lands is protected by the Three Fires Territory and the territory of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum agreement. The territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We are in solidarity with Land Back and support Indigenous sovereignty. We aim to continue to learn from the land, grow, and work in relation with local Indigenous groups.