Micah Hobbes Frazier is a Black queer mixed-gendered facilitator, somatic coach/healer, and magic maker; living, loving, laughing, and building community in Oakland, CA. In June 2012 he founded The Living Room Project, an accessible healing justice & community space serving Queer/Trans People of Color (QTPOC). Micah facilitates the growth, development, and sustainability of social service providers and community organizers/activists, so that they can better fulfill their mission and their purpose. Thru training and somatic coaching services that strengthen core skills, transform barriers and increase overall effectiveness, he helps organizations and individuals engaged in social change be more effective and sustainable in the work, more of who and how they want to be in the world.
As the 2nd oldest child of entrepreneur parents, Micah appreciates self-determination, hustle, and creativity as well as the ability to take a nap in the middle of the day. Although he sometimes misses the warm summer nights of the east coast where he grew up, he definitely prefers the occasional California earthquake to Boston winters. Micah is a proud Aquarius born February 13th, but not on a Friday. He loves wolf hybrids, most things blue, and considers eating good cheese a form of resilience.