India Harville, African American female with long black locs, seated in her manual wheelchair wearing a long sleeveless green dress.  Her service dog, Nico, a blond Labrador Retriever, has his front paws on her lap.  He is wearing a blue and yellow service dog vest. They are outside with greenery behind them.

India Harville



India Harville (she/her), Founder of Embraced Body, is an African American disabled, queer, femme, disability justice activist and somatics practitioner. India’s work centers reclaiming the body as an often underestimated pathway to decolonizing ourselves to foster social justice, equity, and inclusion. Her offerings center Disability Justice as a framework and as an embodied praxis for the liberation of those most impacted by oppression, which in turn liberates everyone. India holds a BA in psychology from New College of Florida and a MA in Integrative Health Studies from the California Institute of Integral Studies. To learn more about her work, please visit