The Living Room Project is an accessible healing, practice, and community space for queer and trans people of color (qtpoc) and our allies. Through resource sharing, and collaborative efforts, the space provides opportunities for creative expression, collective healing, and community building. Ultimately the Living Room Project hopes to inspire deeper relationship, interdependence, and care amongst qtpoc communities.
The space was founded by micah hobbes frazier aka “dj trinity”, a somatic doula/healer, trainer, and dj committed to using his magic to break the cycles of trauma and violence in our communities. Micah began dreaming of the Living Room Project after leaving the Oakland Noodle Factory, a legendary warehouse community where qtpoc organized, lived, worked, played, loved, healed, and laughed.
The Living Room Project Offers:
--space for healers to see clients
--event and workshop space
--space for art/creative projects
--monthly community events
--monthly healing/wellness events
* The Living Room Project is committed to being an accessible space for our communities.