Remember who you are. Take her everywhere.
Welcome to Momkynd: a hybrid wellness destination for people in mothering bodies.
Here, we understand that the journey to and through motherhood deeply impacts your wellness, work, and worldview. Momkynd is your trail guide to support you along the way.
At Momkynd we’re honoring the sacred body of the mother…and the transformational power of motherhood. We do this through movement, meditation, ritual, and nervous system-centered guidance to support you, your seed, and healing for the communities you represent.
Here’s How I Can Help:
Classes & Workshops
Intuitive and powerful movement-centered classes for bodies at every stage to help you strengthen, lengthen and connect with who you are.
Group Coaching Experiences
Prepare your body, mind, and village for a blissful, confident, and empowered birth experience alongside other new and expecting mothers.
Join our Momkynd private online community and connect with mothers of various ages and stages of their mothering journey.
Looking for more one-on-one support? Want to work with TaKisha privately to achieve your personal goals in your mothering body? Click the button below to schedule a 15-minute discover call to see how you could be supported in your evolutionary journey.
Want to stay in the loop, feel inspired, and connect with other mothers at various stages of their journey? Subscribe to “Mothering Body” on Substack. →
Our mission is to help women and mothers master the art of self-preservation, and graceful transitions, both inside their bodies and wherever they take up space in the world. Each gathering, breath, and movement collaborates to honor the body of the mother, and the sacred art of motherhood.
“There is a more powerful version of YOU waiting to be birthed with your baby, and a warrior that lives within you as you mother.”
— TaKisha August (Founder)
Holding space for you.
Momkynd was created to provide support and guidance to women and mothers who seek to honor who they truly are in the world and create a new story around their pregnancy, their birth, and how they show up as mothers. You are not alone…