Inside TSP’s story is international performer, educator Zuleikha
Cultivating greater health and resilience to enliven self-worth and heart centered leadership through innovative self-care movement programs, locally and globally.
Serving girls, women, and families, indigenous communities, health centers, survivors of domestic abuse, school children, and those suffering from illness and trauma.
Collaborating with organizations and communities to create sustainable master trainer programs and long-term support for the partnering organizations and people we serve.
INSPIRATION AND FOUNDER OF TSP
TSP WELLNESS RESILIENCY MODEL
TSP founder and director Zuleikha is an international performer, teacher and wellness educator with an extensive background in dance, music, meditation and healing arts. She is renowned for her Rumi Concert collaborations with poet Coleman Barks and world musicians, and her Take a Minute™ self-care movement work through The Storydancer Project. Zuleikha is the recipient of a number of humanitarian awards for outstanding work in the world promoting positive personal and social change.
TAKE A MINUTE™
TSP programs are based on an innovative self-care method created by Zuleikha, called Take a Minute™ (TAM), a proven movement method that resets the body into more open, resilient patterns, encouraging wellness, rejuvenation and an enlivened sense of self.
TSP was created in 2001 by Zuleikha to address the lack of wellness education and resources locally and internationally and to bring rejuvenation and self-care skills to girls, women, children, families and communities.