Black Events : Healing Dance Event!

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  1. sacredwoman

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    This is a healing dance event.

    Dance will be used as a tool to release emotional stress and build physical and emotional strength that can help overcome everyday challenges.
    Dance will be used to promote love and joy.
    The event will begin with simple stretching and breathing exercises, followed by inspirational music, including Afrobeat and dance!
    So be ready to dance, dance, dance!

    No RSVP or preregistration Needed – Space is Available.
    Date; June 30th 2012

    Time 6.00-7.30pm
    Dress comfortably. Ladies should wear flats or comfortable shoes.
    Donation: $15 dollars

    Venue: New York City Center

    130 West 56th Street
    New York, NY 10019


    Ebele Chizea is a writer, poet and multifaceted artist originally from Delta State, Nigeria. She is the Founder/Managing Editor of Drumtide Magazine. When she is not managing the site, she contributes her services in healing circles as a movement coordinator.
     
  2. Clyde C Coger Jr

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    In the Spirit of Sankofa,




    ... Welcome back sister, good seeing you again; btw, is Drumtide still working as a book outlet for you?



    Peace In,



     
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    Thank You Sister for Sharing!

    I'd love to do this! Wish i were in NYC!

    This makes me think of Sister Ms Drea and all of her dance awards, i'm sure she'd love it too!

    :heart:

    Destee
     
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    Hey Sister Destee,
    Thanks for thinking about me and my love of the dance movement. Although I did not participate in the dance competition last year, I am scheduled to dance on June 21st this year. I look forward to winning another gold medal. Gotta go create me a routine, currently I am thinking about dancing to a Cece Winans recording.
    Love & Blessings,
    DREA
     
  5. sacredwoman

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    Peace brother,

    Sorry just seeing this. Yes, Drumtide is still a site one can use to promote a book. :)

     
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    Hi Destee,

    The next dance event will be in Philadelphia. Will keep the destee community updated. Thanks for the support! :)
     
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    In the Spirit of Sankofa,




    ... No problem sister, thanks for responding and answering my question.



    Peace In,


     
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