CommunityAwake is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with a mission to bring people together through mind/body health empowerment classes, workshops, retreats, educational products, and online sessions in a private, and secure way… Our focus for over 20 years has been on teaching empowering tools such as Qigong and meditation in a Heart-centered way to people of all ages, gender, race, ethnicity, and religion… and to Certifying Qigong instructors who share their knowledge in their communities to the public and to healthcare facilities to support doctors and nurses as well as patients. Others visit schools to bring mindful and self-awareness techniques to teens, and to community centers to reach those who are seeking tools to cope with the challenges of our times around the world.

Founded by author, Qigong and Meditation Instructor, and wellness advocate, Francesco Garri Garripoli, CommunityAwake is dedicated to inspiring you to “Dream Awake.”

We have led international healing retreats for nearly 1,000 attendees to build cultural sensitivity and awareness – especially in the area of healthcare and spirituality. Our Wuji Mountain project is creating an amazing retreat center in the mountains of Asheville, North Carolina. CommunityAwake’s  Advisory Board mission is to support the communities we are connected with since we realize that “Awakened” and cared-for communities are empowered communities – no matter what size they are. Our global family comprises communities of like-minded people interested in personal transformation, healing, and self-discovery. 
All donations go to support our non-profit, 501(c)3 CommunityAwake organization. for projects in the area of health and empowerment around the world, such as our Bhutan Monastery project , PeopleUnited, and our military veterans scholarship program Thanks for joining one of our communities and discovering your Awakened possibilities!!

Click here to read a recent interview about us in MysticMag


Click here to learn more about CommunityAwake founder Francesco Garri Garripoli