• Hello Gorgeous!


    Are you a WomXn of Culture who Overgives & Struggles to Fit In?


    I support my clients to get their energy back


    And integrate all of who they are so they can


    Reclaim their power and vibrancy


    And experience a sense of belonging.



    My clients often:

    • Tote around a mini bottle of hot sauce in their purse
    • Are taking a sabbatical from the news 
    • Want to reclaim their roots but don't really fit in anywhere
    • Carry family, racial & cultural trauma and unhealed grief 
    • Are aware of the role oppressive systems and influences have in devaluing them and eroding their sense of wellbeing and worth    
    • Feel unsafe in their own body 
    • Are weighed down by family expectations and from giving so much in relationships 
    • Support others really well but have trouble speaking up for themselves  
    • Walk down the cosmetics aisle and don't see anything matching their hue or hair type
    • Have plateaued in traditional talk-therapy sessions  
    • Intuit that they need a body-based approach to heal

    ​Contact me, if you are ready to:

    • Know and feel your worth 
    • Be seen, valued, and empowered 
    • Discover who you really are and what you want apart from what family or society tells you  
    • Explore new and more liberating ways of showing up in the world 
    • Trust yourself so you can make better choices
    • Advocate for yourself and let go of what does not work for you anymore 
    • Experience a sense of belonging and fulfillment in your life  
    • Feel safe in and reclaim your body
    • Stop the burnout-cycle and develop healthy relationships 
    • Feel gorgeous and self-confident
    • Uncover your sensual self and experience more pleasure in your life 

    Are you ready to reclaim your power and vibrancy?

    Email me below to set up a 10-15 minute discovery call.

  • About Me

    Meet Zeshan

    Zeshan Mustafa, JD, ACCEP, RYT

    Somatic Practitioner

    Zeshan (She/Her(s)) is a first-generation, South Asian American “spiritual but not religious” “brown” person who was raised Muslim within an intergenerational household on the East Coast of the United States.


    Zeshan is genuine, compassionate, and intuitive. She loves working with over-givers from non-normative communities, especially people of color/culture to create balance in their lives through a creative, spiritual, body-centered approach. She supports clients in feeling more empowered and vibrant through integrating their complete and true identities, processing racial and generational trauma and grief, and working toward feeling safer in their bodies.


    She is fascinated by the intersections of healing work and social transformation. Zeshan earned her law degree from The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law where she focused on civil rights. After living and experiencing the impact of an all-work and no-play lifestyle in Washington DC. she discovered yoga. She loved the mind-body-spirit approach and became a Certified Yoga Teacher. She went on to transform both herself and her career by undergoing an intensive 5-year training to become a Somatic Practitioner. Zeshan earned her Advanced Certification as a Core Energetics Practitioner through the Institute of Core Energetics in New York City.


    Zeshan most loves supporting Womxn of Color who over-give to the point of exhaustion. She supports clients to get their energy back and integrate all of who they are so they can reclaim their vibrancy and power and live a fully expressed life. Clients often come to her to reclaim their roots and to heal from racial, cultural, and family trauma that may have eroded their sense of worth and well-being.


    She is a Somatic practitioner who helps clients feel safer in their bodies and uses an intuitive, creative, spiritual body-body based approach to help her clients feel empowered, seen, and valued for who they really are.


    Zeshan earned her law degree from The Catholic University, Columbus School of Law. She worked at Civil Rights organizations in Washington DC, before she transitioned into the world of body-oriented healing. She trained and became Certified as a Yoga Teacher from Sky House Yoga in 2013. She studied Somatic Healing at The Core Energetics Institute based in New York and earned her Certification as a Certified Core Energetics Practitioner in 2018.


    Anti-Racism Educator and Facilitator

    Zeshan is also an Anti-Racist Group Facilitator and Mentor for Racial Equity. She has published an ebook for white practitioners and therapists teaching them how to better work with People of Color in their client sessions. The book is called, "When Helping is Not Helping: A Somatic Approach to Working with Clients of Color." It is available for purchase (per download) on this website.


    What I learned

    In my work with BIPOC clients in particular, I learned that my clients did not have a safe space to release emotions which include anger, sadness, frustration, and fear. I know as a person living in a brown-skinned body that my life experience is different from that of a person living in a white-skinned body in the United States.


    I discovered that working with a body-based approach was a powerful method to get to the root of of issues and heal and transform them in ways that life coaching and traditional therapy had not.


    Through this work, I learned to let in the love I deserve, and to let go of people and situations that did not meet my new standards of fulfillment.



    JD, The Catholic University of America, Columbus School of Law

    BA, English Language and Literature, The University of Maryland, College Park

    Certified Core Energetics Practitioner (CCEP)

    Certified Yoga Teacher

    Reiki II Practitioner


  • Individual Support for Womxn of Color

    Individual Sessions (5o minutes each) (starting at $750 per month)

    As womxn of color we are beautiful beings with many gifts to share. We also have some common challenges we face. I know and understand these challenges and want to support and help heal my WOC clients.


    We may desire to feel beautiful but get conflicted when we don't see ourselves reflected in the beauty industry. We may not find the makeup that matches our skin tone or find hairstylists who are frustrated with us for having ethnic hair. Underneath these challenges are messages that we don't belong because "white is right." We have also been made to feel unsafe in our own bodies and our environments. We also receive confusing messages about our bodies and what our relationship with our sensuality and sexuality should be.


    We may be inclined to and also socialized to accommodate and give to the point of over giving in our lives. In our attempt to people-please we may have trouble asserting ourselves or knowing what we truly want for ourselves.


    We may carry racial, cultural, and other identity-based trauma which comes with belonging to marginalized groups. What makes it hard is that this trauma is not a one and done, it is often something that we are faced with repeatedly in our lives. It is exhausting and frustrating to constantly be managing the hate and ignorance directed toward us and those who are like us.


    We may also try to find our community only to be told that we aren't Asian enough, Arab enough, Black enough, or American enough.


    I offer a safe and nurturing environment which allows you to open up about sensitive issues in a nonjudgemental setting.


    I am genuine, compassionate, and intuitive. I use creative, spiritual, body-centered techniques.


    I can help you heal and bring together your true sense of self and identity so you can feel more clear and confident in who you really are.



  • What to Expect

    What to Expect in a Somatic (Body-Oriented) Healing Session

    I work a little differently..

    Sessions include talking/conversation and may include some interventions that open up segments in the body to get the energy flowing. Alot of the work is intuitive and I will use my deep listening skills when working with you. Each session may look different but to give you an idea..


    Some techniques we use but are not limited to:

    • Breathwork: I may ask you to exhale and inhale in a particular way to help shift your state of mind and body. 
    • Movement Exercises: I may ask you to move your physical body and/or use tools to get your energy flowing. 
    • Hands-on Techniques: This may be something different than what you are use to. I may use hands-on techniques to support your work. I will always ask for your permission. 
    • Vocalization: I may ask you to use your voices and sound to help you express yourself more fully. 

    Self-Care Video:

    Here is a Self-Care video to give you an idea of how I work..

    If you are an activist, you may be someone who gives to the point of exhaustion. I have made this video to provide you with a self-care experience to help you learn how to recharge. Click on the video and enjoy.

  • Shop Now

    Check out our products.

    When Helping is Not Helping: A Somatic Approach to Working with Clients of Color
    When Helping is Not Helping: A Somatic Approach to Working with Clients of Color
    This book is offer a 5-step body-centered approach to begin facilitating conversations across racial lines in the session room.
    Coming soon
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