Come-Unity Village

The Come-Unity Village is a celebration of life in all its colors, shapes and forms. This village is dedicated to celebrating the unique qualities of earth’s children. We will provide workshops, circles and braver spaces for us to share and gather and learn to relate beyond surface differences.  


We are an inclusive village at SW committed to creating community, conversations and educational opportunities that center issues of equity and collective liberation. All voices and identities,  are welcome. We bravely gather and meet challenging edges with openness.


Our approach is holistic and trauma informed. We value intellectual, somatic, emotional, spiritual, and relational methods of healing the wounds of separation. We foster and celebrate diversity and aim to support building bridges of resiliency and mutual understanding among folx from all walks of life. We acknowledge we may all be at different places along our journeys of sacred remembrance, and we welcome you into our village just as you are in this present moment.

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Vision & Intention:

To remember our individual well being is interconnected to the well being of all.

To create a space where we can come together as diverse allies in a shared mission of peace and right relations.

That we may work collectively to thrive as a whole.

It is our prayer that we each have the courage and determination to show up and commit to participating in choosing to release old ideas of privilege and to learn and practice the ways of respect for all life as sacred.

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Whole lotta love!

Come-Unity Team

Sunder Ashni

Ashni, daughter of Cynthia and Allan, is a Flower Essence therapist, IET Practioner, healing channel, educator and current student of Somatic Experiencing, born and raised in Brooklyn, NY with rich roots in the island of St.Vincent & The Grenadines.

I serve, love and inspire those within my local and global communities by providing tools of nourishment. These tools, in the form of flowers and energy-work, assist in cultivating awareness, addressing trauma and fostering connections between the hearts and minds of individuals and the heart of our world.

After discovering OSHO in 2003 and extensive practice and training with The Meditation Module, Ashni took sannyas and became part of the facilitating team in 2005. During this time, she was also initiated into Reiki (levels I and II) later becoming a Reiki Master in 2010.  It was in 2004 that she encountered flower essences for the first time. In 2014 She began her Initiations into the wisdom of Light Language with Starr Fuentes. Since then she has continued deepening her light and therapeutic work with teachers Ana Itzpapalotl, Keren Or Atari, Ren Mahlev, Selena Rodriguez, Joyce Stech and Homaya Amar and Svagito Liebermeister.

Ashni is currently studying Somatic Experiencing and has a private practice at Minka.  She facilitates 1 on 1 and group sessions, ceremonies, meditations and experiences permeated with love that cultivate radical awareness, appreciation of self and overall ecstatic wellness within participants and their community with the intention of re-cultivating a deep connection with our Earth mother.

Camelia Patiño

Conflict Transformer, Writer and Educator

Born and raised in the North Bay Area, I’ve spent the last 25 years working in the field of conflict resolution, with a focus on restorative practices. I believe in our ability to learn and grow, even in the midst of life’s hardest lessons, so we can find connection, belonging, and heal the things we break along the way. I am a proud community builder, communication specialist and conflict transformer, educating individuals and collectives on how to embrace conflict as a catalyst for healing and evolution. I am a mother to two fierce little ladies, who provide me endless opportunities to practice what I preach.

Kumu Farrah Māhealani Linder

Titles: Kumu Hula / Luna Ho’oponopono / Alaka’i Lei Hulu 

(Hawaiian Spirituality Practitioner / Ancestral Culturalist and Medium / Hawaiian Feathworker Lead Master)

Kumu Hula Farrah Māhealani Linder carries the Tom Kaulaheaonamoku Hiona lineage from her Kumu, Auntie Noelani Mahana ʻO Kala McIntosh of Kaneʻohe Oʻahu. She continues her studies in ancient hula traditions on the Island of Molokai with Loea Hula Dj Pelekai of Pelekunu Valley, Molokai.

In addition to her Hula lineage, she also holds the prestigious title of Alakaʻi Hulu of beloved Kumu Hulu Lokelani Reichert of Lei Hulu of California (Auntie Mary Kovich/Auntie Mary Kekuewa lineage) and is currently the Alakaʻi Hulu of Kumu Pilialoha Johnson and Kumu Robert Beebe of Lei Hulu O Hilo (Auntie Doreen Henderson’s lineage) in Hilo, Hawaii.

In conjunction with these masteries of Hula and Lei Hulu, Kumu Māhealani further holds the title of Luna Hoʻoponopono (Hawaiian spirituality executioner/practitioner) from the ancient teachings of Hālawa Valley, Molokai with Kumu Paʻa Nui Lawrence Kalainia Kamani Aki of Mana O Molokai.

Currently, Kumu Māhealani continues her education with Kumu Paʻa Lawrence of Mana O Molokai and the legendary Aunty Lynette Paglinawan ‘uniki haumana (graduate student) of beloved Hawaiian Scholar and Historian, Aunty Mary Kawena Pukui.  Furthermore, she also studies with world renowned Epistemology Master, Kumu Manulani Aluli Meyer, PhD.  Kumu is a board and committee member of Nā Mamo, E Hula Mau, Hawaiian Daughters Guild, Sandwich Islands Social Network.

Kumu Māhealani’s ʻohana (family) is from the Island of Maui and Sulu Islands. She is of Filipino/Polynesian/Tibetan (Kathmandu Valley)/Pan-Asian/Native American/West and South African and Papuan descent and continues to study and research all of her ancestral origins. Her mountain mother is Chomolungma (Mt. Everest). By way of her teachings, she incorporates indigenous perspectives within the modalities and multi-levels of the modern world.

TamRA Wich’MA

Hi! My name is TamRa Wich’Ma, Consultant & Coach of Live True Wholeness. I have 15+ years of experience working in the non-profit sector, community organizing, event planning, program development, and implementation, as well as grant writing for community programs and projects in the social work field. My work has included people from all walks of life; including those experiencing homelessness, mental health needs, racial, inequity, intimate, partner, violence, addiction issues, spirituality seeking, and full spectrum trauma needs. My educational background: Bachelor of Social Work and Masters of Social Science. I believe deeply in the use of arts to move forward social integration, healing, and well-being. My most recent project is a cinematic educational video series (think docu-series) on expanding awareness for Social Services Providers, Clinicians, and clients about the prevalence and extensiveness of the impacts of trauma and Adverse Childhood Experiences.

I identify as a multi ethnic Costa Rican, American woman who is a third culture individual. My mother is a black Latina from Costa Rica, and I am first generation on my mother’s side, my father is the descendent of a long line of doctors and US military, in addition, he has lived with Parkinson’s for most of my 37 years. I grew up experiencing struggle from lower socioeconomic class, and being outside the dominant majority in rural predominantly less Melanated European Northern California.

Portia Richardson

Portia is a holistic and interdisciplinary healer, teacher, guide, ritualist, and channel. Her medicine path is one of remembering our wholeness. She works at the intersections of embodiment, expanded consciousness, creative expression, sacred activism, ancestral connection, and cultural healing.

Her blood lineage people are from the lands of Scandinavia, the British Isles, and Western Europe.  They migrated to Turtle Island in the mid 1700’s – and settled/colonized the traditional lands of the Shawnee and Cherokee peoples throughout the Appalachian region (now Pennsylvania, Kentucky, Georgia). Currently, she lives and loves in South Minneapolis, Minnesota – better known as the traditional lands of the Anishinaabe (Chippewa, Ojibwe) and Dakota (Sioux) peoples.

Portia is raced white and walks with insider privilege within the current culture (white/cis-passing/hetero-passing/able-bodied/thin) – and she committed to the ongoing process of dismantling oppressive power structures (internally and externally).

She (she/they) is a queer person (pan/ecosexual/nonbinary femme), a partner and mother, an independent musician, an animist, an eclectic witch, and a bridge for the Otherworld.

She works 1-on-1 with folx and holds group events through her private practice Tall Reeds Healing Arts, as well as teaches graduate courses through the Center of Spirituality and Healing at the University of Minnesota.

Simply put, her mission is to heal collective trauma and dis-ease by tending to how it is showing up for each of us individually. Her practice flows from the guiding principle of as within so without, as without so within. You can connect more with Portia at