Rashid Hughes is a meditation teacher, restorative justice facilitator, yoga instructor, and the co-founder of the Heart Refuge Mindfulness Community for BIPOC in Washington, DC. He is also the creator of a rest-centered meditation practice called the Four Pillars of R.E.S.T. and sometimes referred to as R.E.S.T.-A Practice for the Tired & Weary. His work streams from his conviction that all people have the inherent capacity to love and to feel whole because love is the ground of our shared being. Through a variety of contemplative based practices, Rashid passionately facilitates processes of rediscovering belonging and meaning in the present moment.
Events with Rashid Hughes
February 8 - 12, 2024
Many of us are being called to find places of refuge and create space for more rest in our lives. We are moving through, have weathered, and are weathering so much as we traverse uncertainty, and grief, face heartbreak, and…