Kama Tai Mitchell
Kama wears many hats in her daily life: healer, mama, yogi, doula, dancer, and more. Focusing most of her on life claiming and sharing body awareness, she encourages women to own their bodies and their birth experience. Kama activism for birth justice, racial equality and mental health awareness is a cornerstone of her personal and professional life. Never more at peace than when she’s surrounded by the people and things she loves, Kama can often be found soaking in nature’s splendor (especially the ocean), taking joy from the antics of babies, and replenishing through all forms of art.
She is certified in belly binding through the Zulu Birth Project and has training in reflexology and massage. Kama is a Birth Doula, Postpartum Doula, and the Executive Director of Rootead, an organization she co-founded that supports women of color, especially mothers. A practitioner and teacher of Para Yoga, Kama has also had numerous trainings with many master dance teachers of the African Diaspora.