Red Ma’at

The Red Ma’at (pronounced ‘Muh-aht’)  Collective: Creating Healing-Centred, Inclusive Spaces in Greater Toronto for BIPOC Youth and Women

Discover The Red Ma’at Collective, a registered not-for-profit established in 2015, dedicated to providing anti-oppressive, empowering spaces for Black, Indigenous, and racialized youth, women, femmes, and non-binary individuals in the Greater Toronto Area. Our mission is to foster community and offer healing-centred environments for those affected by patriarchy, sexism, and misogynoir, promoting support and empowerment.

Through intentional breathwork and a collective journey towards liberation, we celebrate our voices and nurture resilience. Join us in this transformative realm where yoga, wellness, and community converge, sculpting a future of liberation and empowerment.

What we offer

The Red Ma’at Collective: Community Classes, Private Yoga, and Anti-Oppression Workshops

Explore a range of offerings from The Red Ma’at Collective, including community classes, private yoga sessions, therapeutic sessions, and educational anti-oppression workshops. Our mission is to instill compassion through love as we embark on a healing journey together.

Every service you choose to experience with us contributes to youth, women, femmes, and non-binary individuals' empowerment initiatives and charities. Join us in making a positive impact on our community while nurturing your well-being.

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"The empowered to heal BIWOC summit was a great event allowing me to hear and learn how systemic and systematic barriers are causing BIWOC women to carry such heavy burdens; many of which are due to ignorance. The facilitators focused on varied ways to heal through acceptance and acknowledgment of one’s feelings and how to utilize them as strength. The focus on the mind, body, and spiritual connection on health and healing is a journey and one which we should support each other building stronger bonds. Women empower other women so that injustices are not inevitable. The facilitators were all very knowledgeable and experienced in their work allowing for open dialogue and discussion."


"Loved the organization. Everything was well thought of with love and genuine care. The best wasn’t spared, it was all quality from start to finish - the speakers, the food, the gifts, the venue, the variety of activities. E V E R Y T H I N G!"

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"The hospitality was top tier! You all are doing amazing work providing a space for POC to engage in a space and activity where you don’t tend to find us! I can’t wait to come back!"

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“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.”

-Audre Lorde

Tkarón:to Treaty #13

The Red Ma’at Collective operates throughout Tkarón:to with gratitude to the land and its traditional keepers.This lands is protected by the Three Fires Territory and the territory of the Dish with One Spoon Wampum agreement. The traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. We are in solidarity with Land Back and support Indigenous sovereignty. We aim to continue to learn from the land, grow, and work in relation with our Indigenous community members., a customer quote, or to talk about important news.

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