The broad work/purpose of these services is created through Crowned Vitta’s Ex(SEL) lens – Examining Solidarity, Equity, and Liberation in your own life using the practices of Equitable Mindfulness.


30 minute – 2 hour mindfulness presentations (Contact for Prices)

In today’s busy world employers and employees alike are searching for self-care tools to help combat stress and burnout in career-life. Those who service low-income and underserved populations have the added component of compassion fatigue and secondary traumatic stress which could lead to: physical stress, emotional fatigue, and decline in health/wellness. Mindfulness, a practice of present moment experience, has been shown to combat these life stressors and improve focused awareness and moment-to-moment experiences.

Equitable Mindfulness

Facilitated Gatherings

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Curated gatherings with topics of your choice that follow the Equitable Mindfulness Curriculum Model. These gatherings are usually 1 hour and 15 minutes and are created as a casual space for series conversation around difficult concepts.

Curriculum Development and Presentation Consultations

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Using the Equitable Mindfulness Theory, these 30 minute – 1 hour consultations will review content that your business or department has created and suggest relatable changes based on the theory’s three tier approach.

Virtual Mindfulness Classes

4 week virtual Koru Mindfulness Courses for all ages, agencies, and backgrounds
Koru Mindfulness® is an evidence-based curriculum specifically designed for teaching mindfulness, meditation, and stress management to college students and other young adults. (

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TDIEM: Training in Diversity, Inclusion, and Equitable Mindfulness/Anti-Racism

A partnership with The Tristen Johnson, LLC

2 hour – 4 hour training

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This training, enhanced with practices of the Equitable Mindfulness variety, will guide you through concepts and exercises related to key terms of diversity and inclusion practices. Many of our social identities intersect with one another when up against systems of power. Having an understanding of terms like intersectionality and implicit bias and how we have power to dismantle barriers within ourselves and with institutional systems can be help us to navigate life in a more grounded and powerful way.

Introducing: Meta-Sass Stickers

This new project includes a collection of mindful quotes and original sayings, with a little bit of sass, created on stickers that can be used on electronics, vehicles, notebooks, etc.. These stickers are meant to invoke conversation with the people who might see them with the hope to build community and share in mindful awareness. The cost of these stickers are $5 (plus shipping) and $2 of every proceed will be donated to an organization that serves BIPOC adults or children with special needs.

If you are interested in purchasing any of the stickers below, please use the paypal button to checkout. At checkout, make sure to indicate which item number you are purchasing!

*Let us know if you like the idea and would like to see more quotes at @crownedvittallc or! We have more quotes ready to be rolled out, soon.*
Please choose your sticker:

Item 1: SOLD OUT!

We Resist out of Love (3.75″ x 2.5″)


Saged and Saved (3″ x 3″)


Current Status: ॐ (3.75″ x 2.5″)

Upcoming Events

Please feel free to contact us for questions on upcoming OPEN events:

Wednesday, April 21st 3:00 – 5:00 pm (PST) – The Assembly: A Panel on Black Excellence (OPEN)

Wednesday, May 5th 3:00 – 4:00 pm (PST) – Decolonizing Mental Health (OPEN)

January – April, Indiana University Memorial Union, TDIEM – Ongoing Speaker Series

July 6-8th July 2021, Solent University (UK)-  Leisure Studies Association Annual Conference, Keynote Panel Speaker

Past Events (2021):

Thursday, January 28, 2021 5:30 – 7:00 pm (PST) – Reigniting our spaces through Equitable Mindfulness, JEDI Council Keynote Presenter

Saturday, February 27, 2021 12:00 – 1:30 pm (PST) – Uproot & Plant: Holistic Wellness Series (OPEN)

Wednesday, March 3rd & March 10th, 2021 1:30 – 4:00 pm (PST) – Anti-Racism Training, Facilitator

Past Events (2020):

Wednesday, April 22, 2020 9:45 am – 10:45 am (MST) – Conscious Coping, Expert

Wednesday, May 6, 2020 3:00 – 4:00 pm (MST) – Mindfulness and Self-care for Busy Parents, Expert

Wednesday, June 3, 2020 2:00 – 3:30 pm (PST) – Black, Breathe, Repeat, Co-host

Tuesday, June 30, 2020 4:00 – 5:00 pm (PST) – #SayHerName: Black Women and Police Brutality, Mindfulness Practitioner

Saturday, June 27, 2020 12:00 – 2:00 pm (EST) – State of The Union: Black Women in Education, Panelist

Saturday, July 18, 2020 10:00 -11:30 am (MST) I am a Black Woman, Yes I matter – Black Women and the State of Education, Panelist

Thursday, October 29, 2020 6:30 – 7:30 pm (MST)  Identifying and Dismantling Systematic Barriers in Health Care, Panelist

“The source of all wakefulness, the source of all kindness and compassion, the source of all wisdom, is in each second of time. Anything that has us looking ahead is missing the point.” – bell hooks

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Tiara creates a safe place. Not only does she set the tone for self-examination, comfort, and healing, she merges strength and relatability to those around her. Her interactions with our student-athletes allowed them to safely introspect in mediums that they had probably never felt solace or acceptance within. Tiara is always organized, innovative, adaptable, and open. She brings reassurance and positive views to the tasks at hand. It was a pleasure to see her be a refuge and help integrate a place of personal preservation into our student athletes. She gave them tools they can use throughout their lives.

Shay Taylor, Sun Devil Athletics

I have been to several Equitable Mindfulness sessions on diverse topics such as trauma, general mindfulness, and othering and belonging. I’ve enjoyed the rituals at the beginning, the grounding work that happens, the creation of a safe space through verbal agreement of conversation boundaries, the way silence and discussion are embraced equally, the non-judgmental and welcoming atmosphere (sitting in a circle, coffee available, friendly hellos and goodbyes), and the way delicate topics find their ways into our individual and group healing.

Anonymous Participant, Equitable Mindfulness Gathering

Tiara Cash’s equitable mindfulness gatherings have been such a powerful source of insight, growth, and togetherness. I look forward to these gatherings, as each one invites participants to dive deeply into conservations that society at large tends to forgo. The space Cash creates is one where both introspection and community connection are alive. The topics are challenging but needed, for the purpose of growth. I am grateful for all I have learned and experienced about myself and my community in through these gatherings. 

Anonymous Participant, Equitable Mindfulness Gathering