COMMUNAL LEARNING SPACES for
REMEMBERING OF ANCESTRY
SACRED SPACE FACILITATION
Pilipinx Rooted Cultural Practice and Ritual/Ceremony Space
Theatre and Art as Spiritual/Healing Practice
Theatre and Visual Art Therapy
Healing Circles in Relation to Artistry, Organizing and Activism
Release and Community Holding Circles
NYC Inner Dance Practitioner
Let Your Actions Be Prayer
Let Your Creations Be Prayer
Let Your Life Be Prayer
And May All Your Prayer Be Powerful
Jana Lynne (JL) Umipig is a multidisciplinary artist, educator, healer and activist who seeks to elevate the narratives of Pilipina wom*n as a reflection of her own life's journey toward decolonizing, re-indigenizing and humanizing self.
She has traveled to communities throughout the world sharing her cultivated knowledge of processes that activate and support self and community healing and empowerment. Particularly, JL has commited herself to bringing the presence of her ancestors from the Philippine diaspora into every space, with cultural teachings and practices being implemented in all of her work.
She is a core member of The Center for Babaylan Studies, an Inner Dance facilitator, and founder of Butikaryo mga Babae, which creates sacred space for Pinay Womxn Healers seeking to learn and remember healing practice and knowledge connected to our ancestral traditions.