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Mi Vida Su Vida - Southern California Chapter

  • Anahuacalamecac International University Prepatory 4736 Huntington Drive South Los Angeles, CA, 90032 United States (map)
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Join the IIYC SoCal Chapter for Mi Vida Su Vida

Mi Vida Su Vida is a workshop, which provides attendees a chance to dive into the depths of their inner being. Attendees will experience an immersive, hands on workshop where they will confront what it means to challenge historic and intergenerational trauma in order to heal and evolve. Participants will learn various healing techniques that they can use to heal one’s self and practice self-love, with the ultimate goal of using these practices to cultivating a deeply connected relationship with themselves, others and the planet.

The IIYC believes that as young people, if we are to lead in our communities, we must ensure we are developing our leadership skills from a strong foundation. This begins with education around mental, physical and spiritual health. 

In Mi Vida Su Vida you will learn about:

  • Dynamic Systems Theory

  • Physics of the Soul

  • The importance of water

  • Conocimiento

  • Historic & intergenerational trauma and healing

  • Food as medicine

  • Sexual health & identity

  • Drug use, abuse & dependency

  • Leadership development

Featuring Adrienna Lujan, Executive Director of Sisters of Color United for Education


Adrienna is a Promotora and Executive Director of a holistic community based organization Sisters of Color United for Education (SOCUE). For over 20 years, she has been involved in community education, awareness and mobilization around culture, health disparities, human rights, food, media justice, HIV/AIDS and art as social justice. She has created multiple Art in Motion cultural wellness fairs that have provided healthcare, basic needs services, community education, on-site HIV and STI screenings, and cultural arts for over 10,000 participants. As the lead trainer for SOCUE, Adrienna has developed multiple holistic bilingual curriculums, being used by community health workers in Colorado, Kenya, Mexico and Guatemala.


  • Sat. March 30, 2019, 10am-3pm

  • Sun. March 31, 2019, 10am-3pm

  • It is highly recommended, but not required, that you participate in the workshop both days.


Suggested donation of $10 per day, but no one will be turned away because of lack of funds.

Contact Alexis Sanez at for more information. RSVP on Facebook.