Afro Fusion 2019
Third annual cultural dance event
Saturday, February 23rd (12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.)
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
Hackathon to create awareness for Depression in Immigrant and Refugee communities. Hosted by 1951 Coffee, and Thon X
It was an amazing twelve hour workspace. Where folks from multiple disciplines came together to work on tackling a cause- increasing awareness around Depression in Immigrant and Refugee communities. There were so many great ideas and lots of passion in the room.
Before the participants got to work, they volunteered to engage in a demonstration of the RICHER model. The participants volunteered to share some work that reflect how they felt. This is the pre and post reflection of how they felt in their mind, body and spirit.
Below is a word bible that summarized the expression of the participants pre and post the session
Before the RICHER Model
After the RICHER Model
For more information on bringing the RICHER Model to your communities for social impact complete this form
Mbongui Square Festival is an annual festival that celebrates the performing and visual arts. Organized by Kiandanda Dance Theater, the festival gathers dance, music, visual arts and spoken word artists of varied styles and artistic choices, from the Bay Area and across the world. What defines Mbongui Square Festival is interdisciplinary arts and multicultural community.
“Woman Spirit Rising” ~ by Marie Southard
Motion, Music and Mindfulness – The 3 M’s to Thrive!
October 19, 12-1pm
Samuel Merritt University
400 Hawthorne HEC 311 (3rd Floor)
Presented by Uzo Nwankpa, MSN, RN – Community/ Public Health Nursing Instructor, RN to BSN program & Founder of The Uzo Method Project
Learn to create mind, body and soul harmony on a moment by moment basis using the 3 M’s to Thrive concept. Connect the ancient soul with the body using a combination of intentional movement, music and the breath that stimulate the energy centers. Be prepared to move the body!
Do you love to dance and want to check out a great mix of dance and movement modalities in a community of open, friendly people? Do you like the idea of relaxing in a beautiful, natural environment, sharing yummy meals, and getting to know lots of like-minded and like-hearted people? If so, then you want to be at dance camp! It’s a village of dancers of all ages, happening Friday, June 16 to Sunday, June 25, 2017, at Camp Hye Sierra near Kings Canyon and Sequoia National Parks.
To register visit
Calling all seekers of liberation.
“Womyn it is time”~ ❤
The 2017 HoneyRoot Summer Initiation Retreat takes place at beautiful Shady Creek Retreat Center, which is a gorgeous space where earth, water, trees and sky surround us as we spend our days selecting from a wide array of movement, dance and voice workshops, healing ceremonies, sacred rituals, performances, and yes, even time for rest! It’s a chance to deeply resource and nourish yourself, meet other women and come together as sisters in the ways that are most natural to the feminine soul.
This weekend is open to women of all ages, and there are specific offerings for maidens and elders as well as childcare should you wish to bring your young one along and ensure that s/he gets to have just as much fun as you! All these details and more are elaborated at http://www.honeyroot.org and you can easily Register Here