What makes America great?
All of us united through love and compassion
Come learn about the Igbo culture from Nigeria West Africa.
Facilitated by Uzo Nwankpa 12pm -1:30pm
Calling all community members, students, faculty and staff for a free community learning series hosted by Samuel Merritt University.
The RICHER Model Presented by Uzo Nwankpa MSN,RN
RN to BSN Community Health Clinical Instructor.
Lunch provided for the first 15
When: 12pm-1pm Wed Feb 8th 2017
Where: Samuel Merritt University -The Health Education Center 400 Hawthorne Avenue HEC 311. Oakland, CA
Come join us at the Hatch Community Event where Uzo will be facilitating a
Radical Movement for Self Care Workshop
Come and share with community members ways to move your body to achieve more energy, relive stress and activate loving connection with yourself and others. We all have the ability to activate our greatest power which lies internally.
When : Wednesday, December 21, 2016 6pm -7pm
Where: 555 19th St suite 131 Oakland CA
Hatch provides doula trainings and support to low-income young parents between the ages of 18 and 24, creating a community for and by young parents.
For more information visit Hatch
Tune in to Radio Nigeria to listen to Uzo Nwankpa on the Nigeria pride program with Tope Ojeme.
Air time: May 2nd Tuesday 2:30pm Nigeria Time
(3:30 AM EST|6:30 AM PST| 7:30 AM MT)
Nigerian Pride-Radio Nigeria
“A spotlight on Nigerians in the Diaspora who are living exemplary lives, thereby serving as worthy ambassadors of the Country” Radio Nigeria
Pic: Uzo Nwankpa posing with The Uzo Method Project team in Enugu Nigeria
An artistic expression of an immigrants journey as she engages with the land, omenani and the different languages navigated through ritual, stories, music and dance.
Performed by Uzo Nwankpa
Key Ingredients of African Soul
$10, $5 for students
See you there
You are invited to attend the arts exhibition, poetry and music fundraiser at the Bellamys Gallery in Macandrew Bay.
Come gain some insight on the behind the scenes of Dunedins very own 2015 recipient of the Caroline Plummer community dance fellowship. Sharing her paintings, music and poetry that captures her journey from Africa, to the Americas landing in Dunedin. This event includes various collaborations including Singer song writer Kira Hundelby, Bongo Lion, King Leo’s very own Stevie Rice, Wyeth Chalmers and more. The funds raised for the art sales will support Uzo’s journey to continue to research the effects of community music and dance on wellbeing.
Come prepared to make art and engage in co creation by the community.
For more information please contact Uzo at email@example.com
NAU MAI HAERE MAI KI TE HUI A NGA MAIA KI TAMAKI MAKAURAU
KAUPAPA FOR OUR NEXT HUI
WHERE: NZCOM Auckland Region Resource Centre,
Yarnton House, 14 Erson Ave, Royal Oak, Auckland
WHEN: Wednesday 9th December 2015, 1800 – 2130
1800 – 1930
Committee meeting and regional business hui
Nga Maia ki Tamaki Makaurau members welcome
1930 – 2130
Regional hui and guest speaker presentation
All midwives, students and whānau welcome
Christmas Hui – Highlights of 2015, looking forward to 2016 and special end of year Guest Speaker
MSN-PH, BSN, RN and 2015 Caroline Plummer Fellow
“The Uzo Method for Therapeutic Movement, Song and Dance”
Please bring a plate of kai to share
Megan Tahere: 027 3669358 or Kaniwa Kupenga: 021 02891937
Hosted by Auckland University of Technology, Centre for Child Health Research
Presented by Uzo Nwankpa MSN-PH, BSN, RN
When: 9am-4pm Thursday Dec 3rd, 2015
Where: AUT South Campus MD, 210
This full day seminar is a day of music, dance, research findings and shared conversations about how healthcare providers can help support the wellbeing of new mothers, babies and families during the prenatal and postnatal phases of life.
Manukau Campus is situated at 640, Great South Road, Manukau. Only metresaway from the Southern Motorway and a 5 minute walk to Manukau CBD.
Due to limited number of participants –first come first serve basis: Required RSVP firstname.lastname@example.org (09) 921-9999 ext7790
Friday Dec 4th 2015 7:30pm
You are invited to an interactive performance of music, dance and stories featuring Uzo Nwankpa the founder of The Uzo Method of therapeutic movement song and dance. With combination of live Drumtalk and vibrant dance with the Freedance crew, an evening of delightful energy. We will serve light refreshments. We will serve big love. It’s only 15/20 on the door. See you there.
Sunday Dec 6th 2015 2pm
This 2 hour movement and percussion workshop provides the opportunity to experience the healing power of the ancient African rhythms with a unique style of guided facilitation using ritual practices, songs and dances from Nigeria, West Africa and beyond. Participants will bring awareness to the integration of the mind, body and spirit which we all need to stay connected The crippling fear that prevents the natural state of the dancing body will be explored with ease allowing a gentle progression of the dance movements with the use of the vibrations of the drums. Come and experience self transformation facilitated by Uzo Nwankpa, a global figure who is merging ancient knowledge with innovation in collaboration with Drumtalk.
For booking call Jimmy Dale at 846 9663 or 021 123 2037
$20 when you book in advance by Nov 28th. $30 at the door. http://www.drumtalk.co.nz
I am Here, We are Here – A performance by the 2015 Caroline Plummer Community Dance Fellow Uzo Nwankpa and the Dunedin community members. Directed by Jessica Paipeta Latton.
When: Wed 25 Nov 2015, 5:30pm–6:30pm
Where: Allen Hall Theatre, 90 Union Street East, Dunedin
Tickets : http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/i-am-here-we-are-here/dunedin
Bringing African music and dance as mental, spiritual and physical medicine for wellbeing, Uzo Nwankpa works with community members to tackle the grief of postnatal isolation, depression and anxiety due to hormone changes and lack of support. With live music, text and choreography, I am Here, We are Here, is a tribal celebration of the power of motherhood, sisterhood, dance and community. Limited seating available. RSVP immediately by reserving a free ticket http://www.eventfinda.co.nz/2015/i-am-here-we-are-here/dunedin
This is a part of the Moving Communities Conference on 25-28 November 2015 hosted by the School of Physical Education, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. For more information about the conference, visit www.otago.ac.nz/moving-communities/index.html