A movement to become more human,
one human at a time.
We are a community gathering to build social emotional experiences that diversify our sense of belonging.
The MAYSEA Movement is on a mission to create a more human-centered approach to social transformation. We do this by coming together to build innovative ways to belong. While we cross-culturally gather in remote locations, we are also specifically devoted to providing resources for community development projects in rural areas of Nicaragua.
If our humanity is to have any chance of tackling challenges,
we have to work together to uplift our human sense of ability.
When we come together, the possibilities for growth are infinite.
Our goal is not to change the world.
Our goal is to gather.
To come together.
To unleash our humanness.
To learn from each other.
To all develop as humans.
Our goal is the raise the level of empathy with other humans and belong.
We blend social, emotional and community engagement into practices that allow humans from all backgrounds to express their full potential all while building a foundation of change.
Mainly, in the rural jungle communities of Nicaragua.
Intentional gathering spaces are at the route of belonging.
It is the physical container for relationships to form and deepen.
There is nothing more genuinely powerful then coming together to share minimalist belongings
and still know that the we belong.
This is why we aim to provide resources to craft intentional spaces for humans to thrive.
A simple concept: humans of diverse backgrounds gather to learn from each other.
A 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to immersing cultures while providing resources needed to fuel human potential and development.
We are a community for communities.
Humans all over the world are fighting for change.
Through local partnerships, we build expressive project experiences designed to harness the influence of society and our ability to be human.
We give time with hands-on experiences and community building.
Why? Because unleashing our human ability might just just have a lasting effect on another human.