with Ami Kunimura, MA, MT-BC
Founder of The Self-Care Institute

Managing Stress and Anxiety with
Mindfulness, Music, and Mind-Body Practices

Every 1st and 3rd Thursday at 5 pm PT / 8 pm ET
(Recordings are available in case you can’t make it at this time)

The Self-Care Hour is a live experiential workshop, where:

  • We’ll set up a safe and sacred space for self-care with mindfulness, meditation, and compassion
  • Ami will cover a different topic on self-care and stress management that addresses current challenges
  • Ami will guide us through self-care experiences with music and mind-body practices

Ami will be bringing in her knowledge on self-care, stress management, mental health, and trauma as well as her skills as a self-care coach and consultant, music therapist, mindfulness practitioner, and yoga teacher.

Our hope is that this weekly hour of self-care can provide a space for cultivating personal, professional, emotional and spiritual growth and healing as we transition through the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Self-Care Hour will be held every 1st and 3rd Thursday from 5 pm – 6 pm PT / 8 pm – 9 pm ET.
This time may change in the future.

In case you can’t make it live, a recording will be available.

You are welcome to pay what you can (between $10-$30 per session).

If you are a student, unemployed, or are experiencing financial hardship you are welcome to attend for free.

Ami will host this Self-Care Hour every Thursday until the end of June, and maybe longer. There is no obligation to attend every week, however we encourage you to make this a consistent practice of self-care that can become a regular part of your week.

Sign up here to get info on how to attend The Self-Care Hour:

After signing up, you’ll receive:
– Info on how to join the Self-Care Hour live
– Info on how to access the recordings of each session
– Reminder emails before each session
You can unsubscribe anytime and your information is secure and protected by our Privacy Policy.

We’d love for you to join us. Self-care is mandatory right now, and prioritizing your self-care is a way you can do your part to contribute to health and well-being of your community.

Contact support@selfcareinstitute.com with any questions.



“From one session, I felt more centered and relaxed for the rest of the day. I felt hopeful. I needed a change from all the stress and the news of current events.”  – Nicole Huber