Mindful Music Moments

Imagine an entire school – students, teachers, and administrators – taking time each morning to turn inward together, and listen to a brief mindfulness prompt and world-class music.

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Meet the My True SELF team for Fall 2023!


Julianna Eidle is a Cincinnati-based performer, organizer, and educator. A passionate collaborator, Julianna is Artistic Director of the Cincinnati New Music Ensemble, a resident Performing Artist with the Contemporary Art Music Project in Tampa, FL, and Assistant-Director of New Downbeat, a Cincinnati chamber ensemble rooted in intersectional feminism. Julianna holds degrees from Indiana University (BM and Performer Diploma) and the University of Cincinnati (MM,) where she is currently pursuing her DMA. Julianna has additional studies in Deep Listening, Yoga Teacher Certification, and The Well’s My True SELF program.

Dr. Tiffany N. Hinton is a long-time educator. Dr. T., as her students affectionately refer to her, is also a daily meditator, a dedicated yoga practitioner, a breath work enthusiast and an avid gardener. She is excited to join the Well as a True Body facilitator. With a Ph.D. in English, specializing in Africana Literary and Cultural Studies, Dr. T. has more than 20 years’ experience designing, facilitating and administering educational programs, including 12+ years as an English professor. As owner/operator of The ENGLISH Professorional, she combines competencies in culturally responsive/ sustaining, evidence-based curriculum and program development as well as facilitation to deliver a range of services to organizations and individuals, alike.

Dr. T. is the founder and principal facilitator of Black Girls Stay Lit™, a no-/low-cost, in-person and virtual after-school/summer program for adolescents who self-identify as Black girls. Following the Black literary tradition of “using story in service of social justice,” BGSL’s evidence-based “Liberatory Literacy” curriculum is culturally responsive and sustaining; it emphasizes literacy-based skill development, social –emotional learning, community-building, critical thinking and social justice. Dr. T. is excited to launch the program in early 2024, for “lit girls” in Greater Cincinnati as well as online. Dr. T. is a proud fifth-generation Cincinnatian and graduate of Walnut Hills High School. She earned her Ph.D. in English at University of Florida; M.A. in English at Florida State University; and B.A. in Journalism and African American Studies at University of Cincinnati.

Ashley Miley is a facilitator and forever student of embodied living. Ashley is a My True SELF/True Body Project facilitator at The Well/A Mindful Moment, currently serving John P. Parker School and Dedicated Senior Medical Center. Ashley was drawn to MTS/TBP as it provided an opportunity to teach others what she had learned on her own trauma healing and embodiment journey-mindfulness, somatic work, energetic work, nervous system regulation, embodiment, and creative expression-while supporting others on their journeys.  Ashley is also very passionate about trauma-informed, relational, and sacred sexuality work. She is working to create individual and group programs and retreats interweaving  these various domains together to create holistic embodiment experiences. The teachers she has worked with include Kendra Cunov, John Wineland, Damien Bohler, Layla Martin, and David Treleaven.

Brooke Thomas (she/her) is a high school math teacher and mentor, trained in facilitating meditation and mindfulness practices for individuals and small groups. She advocates for the integration of mindfulness in education as a way to promote mental health wellness and create equitable and inclusive learning communities.


Julianna Eidle


Dr. Tiffany N. Hinton

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Ashley Miley


Brooke Thomas

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