At Whole Healing Space we believe that in order to better serve and love others, it is necessary to first serve and love ourselves. We must be able to step into our own internal whole healing space with unconditional love for ourselves and bring healing to ourselves. When we fail to care for ourselves we can't be the best version of ourselves and we then deprive our fellow beings of the amazing love and healing that we are truly able to offer.
We believe that once an individual begins to lean into self-love and self-healing the effects trickle and permeate into our families. This in turn ignites love and healing within each individual of the family and has an uplifting, profound affect on all relationship connections.
We believe that the family is an integral part of the community and as such impacts the community at large. As families grow emotionally, mentally and spiritually this growth expands into the community, creating a space in which people can engage in genuine connections with those around them. The better we feel the more we want to help others to feel better, and the more connected we become as a community.
Whole Healing Space is accepting of all beings, regardless of race, religious beliefs, gender identification, sexual orientation, political stance, ethnicity, etc.
We are LGBTQIA+ friendly, pet friendly, all living beings friendly!
Whole Healing Space has made the commitment to provide free healing services to local non-profit organizations each month in order to support our local community. We have chosen to offer this to non-profit organizations focusing on human/social services, animal care/protection, and environmental stewardship.
Just as I am not separate from you, and you are not separate from me, we are not separate from the Earth. As we embark on our journey of self-healing we begin to attune to the truth of who we are and are awakened to the realization that WE ARE EARTH. Not only are we composed of the same elements, but we came from Earth and to Earth we shall return. As we grow and develop biologically we depend upon the fruit of the Earth to provide us with all that we need to survive and thrive. The electromagnetic energy that fuels our bodies functions best and is most balanced when in harmony with the Earth's energy. In essence, the healing of ourselves, our families and our communities, manifests as healing for our Mother Earth as well.
Inside Out Youth Services (est. 1990) is the only nonprofit organization in El Paso County that serves lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, intersex and questioning youth. They provide a safe accepting space for young adults between 13-24 years of age. All of their groups and services are provided free of charge with the hope that any aid they provide will further the happiness and health of LGBTQ+ kids in the Colorado Springs area.
Common Roots LLC is an organization committed to supporting people with intellectual and developmental disabilities living and working in the Pikes Peak region. They support people with disabilities to live, participate, and work more independently in their community.
A 501(c)(3) Organization meeting those at the intersection of underrepresentation and economic vulnerability.
Our mission is two-fold:
1.) To provide gear, outdoor excursions and outdoor education for free or at subsidized cost
2.) To connect participants with volunteer opportunities, internships, jobs, and post-secondary education resources to create a pipeline from outdoor recreation to outdoor industry careers.
In these ways, we can create economic equity in outdoor recreation.
At Happy Cats Haven, we rescue homeless Colorado cats and kittens and find them new, forever homes.
We are a non-profit, Fear Free rescue and adoption center and guarantee safe haven for all cats we take in. No healthy or treatable cat is euthanized, which means we meet the definition of a No-Kill Organization and exceed that of Socially Conscious Sheltering.
The Rocky Mountain Field Institute is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit environmental organization based in Colorado Springs, Colorado, dedicated to the conservation and stewardship of public lands in Southern Colorado. RMFI is committed to protecting and enhancing the ecological health of our land and water resources by completing projects focused on watershed restoration, forest health, and creating sustainable outdoor recreation opportunities. By prioritizing the involvement of community volunteers and youth, RMFI envisions a world where our work fosters vibrant and healthy natural systems that are respected and cared for by the public.