Tips for massage therapist who want to become intentionally welcoming to individuals of all genders and gender expressions.
This is an online form, to be part of a growing resource that is an online directory of queer and trans ASL interprtors of colour across the USA. You can also be in touch with the two people who created the form, resource to ask questions or give suggestions.
This is a Guide to Being an Ally to Transgender and Non-binary Youth, it is an introductory educational resource that covers a wide range of topics and best practices on how to support transgender and non-binary people.
This article is written in Spanish. The artcile is by Black, Trans artist “LoMaasBello” from Buenaventura, Colombia talking about what inclusive language means to people of fluid gender.
Ilya Parkers website with resources on: Black & POC Centric Resources, (Femme Creatives, Queer & Trans Led Health, Wellness & Fitness Initiatives, Trans/GNC Pioneers & Visionaries), Mental Health Support, Disability, Body, Environmental & Food Justice, Transfeminine Resources Transmasculine Resources, Body Affirming
Statera Arts is working with women* , non-binary people and marginalized populations across Arts and Activism. This website has a huge amount of resources specifically looking at disability and disability Justice. As well as Trans rights and healthcare etc.
Harriet’s Apothecary is an intergenerational, healing village led by the brilliance and wisdom of Black Cis Women, Queer and Trans healers, artists, health professionals, magicians, activists and ancestors. The aim of the collective is to co-create accessible, affordable, liberatory, all-body loving, all-gender honoring, community healing spaces
A journey through bodywork and touch written by a Queer massage therapist about the expereince of going on a touch journey with client who is a trans man; together they wanted to share the writing with a wider audience
This course is designed for bodyworkers and holistic therapists, herbalists, yoga teachers and anyone else involved in complementary healthcare, to become more aware of the issues trans folk face and to make practices safer and more accessible for this community.
Goes over some of the physical problems that binding can cause and offers some self-stretching techniques to help