Mental Health Awareness Month with X ARI.

April 30, 2021

Mental Health Awareness Month with X ARI.

We are happy to support this amazing mental health month healing event presented by @xariofficial!

+ Our founder @rynda & @jasonwrobel talk nutrition on 5/26.



"Mental Health Month with X. ARI" is a FREE online festival with daily sessions via Zoom for the entirety of Mental Health Month (May).

Join the mental health conversation with singer, writer, and mental health advocate, X. ARI.

Learn something new about self-care, hear powerful mental health stories, contribute to the conversation, build community, and spread awareness to end stigma. Let's come together for an important cause and spread love & light to help heal the world collectively.

Find all event details including calendar here:

Once you sign up you will receive the a Zoom meeting link via email for ALL of the events during #MHMwXARI - Use this same Zoom link to tap into all and any classes.

Workshops & Talks: (30-60 min each)

Self Care Sunday


Guided Meditation

Sound-bath healing

Emotional Freedom Technique

Kundalini Flow Yoga

Coping skills with (with NAMI)

Ending the Silence (with NAMI)

Mindful Mantras

Tai Chi Meditation

Intentional Mindset

Crystal Enlightenment

Art Therapy (Free Arts)

LGBTQIA+ x Mental Health

Radical Acceptance & Self Love


Live Music (Eventbrite:

Cultural Diversity


Cardio Hip Hop

Spirituality Talks (such as "Hear Yourself")

Mirror Work


Nutrition & Mental Health

Bullying Coping Tools

Suicide Prevention Awareness

Sleep Hygiene

Debunking Sleep Disorders

Rhythms of Renewal & Rebirth


Bullying Coping Tools

Teachers: X. ARI, Mashi Cohen, Chrys Muszka, Steve Fernandez, Meital Azulay, Marie Olarte-Silveira, Renata Love, Nik Yomella, David Martinez, Eva Almos, Ora Goldin

Speakers: X. ARI, Rachel Steinman, Samira Bashout, Mashi Cohen, Kiara Aguillon, Alessandra Torresani, Jessica Watters, Sinem Saniye, Aaron Chang (ChiKairo), Yasmin Irfani, Tim Davis, Hannah Bowers, Ashley Bourbeau, Rynda Laurel, Leslie North, Serena Foster, Katie Roberts, Winter, Ramses Ja, Q Ward, Izzy Baker


CYR Funding Inc.

Be There



National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) - San Fernando Valley & Westside LA


The Blues Project


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