The Omiwali Center

The Omiwali Center

This space includes an office, waiting room, bathroom and full kitchen. I will be able to better meet the needs of the community I serve. 

Ujamaa 

We are hiring 3 high school students preparing to enter wellness/human services. As well as offering at least 10 free sessions a month to persons seeking services with the Omiwali Center.

Ujima

Services we offer include: emotional/mental wellness (family, individual, couples), individualized treatment plans, herbal therapy, energy healing, and spiritual readings. I can use your help in creating this safe space for our community.

#soulcare

#theomiwalicenter

GOAL: $2,555

PEACE COMMUNITY

February 9, 2019

The Omiwali Center will have an official physical location beginning April 1, 2019! This space includes an office, waiting room, bathroom and full kitchen. This means that I will be able to better meet the needs of the community and clients I serve. A few of the services I offer include: emotional and mental wellness (family, groups, couples and individual sessions), individualized treatment plans, herbal therapy, energy healing, and spiritual readings. I can use your help in creating this safe space for our community.

I’m a firm believer in reciprocity. We are hiring 3 high school students preparing to enter wellness/human services. As well as offering at least 10 free sessions a month to persons seeking services with the Omiwali Center. For clarity, 5 people will attend sessions twice of month, at no cost to them.

I appreciate your support! No donation is too small. 

Much Light,
Omikunle
More Info
Your contribution will support the following:

Waiting Area

Bench

Office Therapeutic Use
Chairs
Therapeutic Toys
Children’s Books

File Cabinet
Herbs
Healing Crystals
Yoga Mats
Printer/Scanner
Mac Desktop (Refurbished)
Bookshelf
Plants

And so much more...

Donations Received to Date:
Computer Desk
Computer Chair 
Television 
Canary (Security camera)

About Omikunle Ekundayo
Omikunle Ashley Freeze Ekundayo is a daughter, sister, friend, lover of learning and so much more. She is a mental health clinician and an intuitive holistic health practitioner based in New York City. Omikunle treats her clients ‘wholistically’ using African-centered psychology traditional natural medicine, yoga, energy healing, meditation, among other healing modalities. Omikunle also offer a range of online courses, in person workshops and international retreats which highlight soulcare, mental health, traditional self-health and spiritual development. Omikunle is the founder of The Omiwali Center and Sojourn

Omikunle is a graduate of Oswego State University where she earned her bachelors of science degree in History, with a minor in Africanca Studies.  Omikunle later earned a master's of science  in Community Psychology with a specialing in African/Black-centered Psychology at Florida A&M University. She is a mental health clinician at a community based agency in Harlem, New York. 

QUESTIONS & ANSWERS

INTERNSHIPS

SERVICES

WHO

We currently have two graduate student interns. We would like offer an internship to 3 high school students, preferably located in the Bronx, New York. To apply, please email: [email protected]
The services we offer include: Mental Wellness, 
Energy Medicine, Natural Medicine,  Individualized Treament Plan (ITP), Meditation & Yoga/Qi Qong, and Spiritual Consultation.  For more information please visit:  wellness services
We welcome children, teenagers, men and women and non gender conforming clients. Individuals, Couples, Groups, and Family sessions are also available. 

WHEN

WHERE

SCHEDULE A SESSION

The Omiwali Center is set to open on
April 1, 2019. We are open Monday + Tuesday, 10AM to 8PM. 
We are located in the Bronx, New York. To ensure the safety of staff and clients, our address is unlisted and will provided upon scheduling a service. 
It's not too early to schedule your session for April. Schedule your first session by emailing Omikunle, [email protected]
Ujima (Collective Work and Responsibility)
To build and maintain our community together and make our brother's and sister's problems our problems and to solve them together.
Ujamaa (Cooperative Economics)
To build and maintain our own stores, shops and other businesses and to profit from them together.