This is a sacred space designed for the gathering of BIPOC community members that identify as healthcare workers, educators, healers, mind/body/spirit workers, caregivers, activists & all who provide care in the community. This is an in person gathering in Oakland CA.
We will meet weekly for 6 weeks to engage spirit in movement prayer to heal ourselves and our communities.
Let’s us remember, reclaim and restore our ancestral power.
Join us for Afro-Fusion 2019, our . Afro/Brazilian dance classes for all levels hosted by Capoeira CDO North Bay, we aim to spread cultural awareness, to unify, empower, and enrich our community through the love of dance.
Uzo Nwankpa– Nigerian Igbo Dance
Marta Santos — Afro Brazilian Dance
Sena Kugbega — West African Dance
CM Andrea — Capoeira Angola
12:00 – 1:30 Nigerian Dance with Uzo
1:45 – 3:00 West African Dance with Senna
12:00 – 1:30 Afro Brazilian Dance with Marta
1:45 – 3:00 Capoeira Angola with Andrea
3:15 – 4:15 Afro Fusion (Compilation Class with all teachers)
4:15 – 5:00 Drink/Snack/Talk
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 email@example.com (09) 921-9999 ext7790
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.
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