Creating Safe Spaces for Healing
with Youth of Color
Workshops that foster change, performances that speak truth, space to heal from trauma.
Through the use of theater arts, written and spoken word, we foster youth voice and build trust and community between youth who have faced disparities and the institutions that have failed them.
What We Do
Videos for kids by kids that teach breathing tools, mindfulness, movement, and more.
IGF Kids is a place for young children to learn how to calm their bodies during times of stress, frustration, and more. Each video features kids teaching kids breathing techniques.
Subscription plans for schools, organizations, and families are available.
Amplify youth voice, promote health and wellness through healing from trauma, and more!
Our youth-led, arts-based, workshops are designed to foster voice, build community, and
teach participants self-care.
We create safe spaces to help communities of color in their collective healing from trauma through audience participation, poetry, puppetry, and
Learn Mind-Body Medicine practices to help you calm,
recenter and refocus your mind and body in our free Finding the Pause video series.
From Hurt to Healing is an intergenerational activity book that brings together elders and young people as they learn from one another how to heal from trauma.
Join IGF at a community event
and learn self-care, Mindy-Body Medicine practices, breathing tools and more.
Find our upcoming community events on our calendar.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"Irreducible Grace Foundation conducted a self-care workshop at my school, and their work left a lasting impact on students and staff. Every IGF member embodied pose, yet each person brought his/her own energy and knowledge. Breathing exercises, team building activities, and reflective moments gave us what we (students and staff) all needed, self-assurance and compassion for others. Students were heard; they walked away with their own poems and affirmations. I cannot thank IGF enough for their dedication and continuous work for youth and adults."
Ms. Tika Jones, Saint Paul