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LADIES FIRST: FROM SUPERWOMAN TO SELF-CARE

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ICC Early Learning Center

1 New York Avenue

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Newark, NJ 07105

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FULL-DAY OR PART-DAY PARTICIPATION

LIMITED SEATING

Registration for:
• Women Full-Day: $20 (10:00am-4:00pm)
• Women Part-Day: $15 (10:00am-1:30pm or 12:30pm-4:00pm)
• Young Women: FREE for ages 14 -17 accompanied by adult (limited tix)
• Female Students: $15 for ages 18 and over w/ID $15 (limited tix)
• Guest Pass Holders.

Enjoy a day of some much needed tender, loving, Self-Care through gentle mindful practices. Your retreat will include restoring calm and clarity through meditation, flowing with healing movement through yoga, a healthy food demonstration, activites to assist in finding balance and opening your heart, and engaging dialogue. Also included are healthy breakfast treats and a delicious vegetarian lunch. See Presenters bio-notes below.

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Contact information: Retreat Coordinator, Kamilah Crawley, kamilah@newarkmeditation.org


Presenter Bio-notes

Mandara Parashakti Akiwumi is a trauma informed, evidence-based pastoral and spiritual counselor, wellness coach, and equity, diversity, and inclusion trainer. She is certified in mindfulness, yoga, and multiple somatic traditions. She received her training from Hunter College, Brooklyn College, Walden University, The New Seminary, and many teachers.

Michelle Beadle Holder, PhD, President and CEO, Food at the Center, Inc. is a medical sociologist dedicated to doing her part to improve the social and physical health of black families. Her research has appeared in the Journal of African American Studies, Substance Use and Misuse, and American Journal of Health Behavior. In 2018, Dr. Holder founded Food at the Center, Inc., an educational and research social enterprise that uses food to build meaningful connections, improve health, and celebrate the culinary genius of people of African descent.

Kamilah Crawley, MPH, CHES is a public health professional who has provided health education workshops and trainings for various populations. She currently focuses on the intersection of public health, mindfulness and meditation as a tool for healing and healthy living. Kamilah was born and raised in Newark and is an alumni of University High School. Her degrees are from Temple University and the Rutgers School of Public Health.

Aleah A. Gathings, JD, MPH is an advocate for children and a proponent of the medical-legal partnership model. Aleah believes in the power of hope, love, and the ongoing fight for social and health justice.

Jillian Faulks-Majuta, Founder and CEO of Majuta Wellness, is committed to bringing wellness to individuals, groups and communities who are interested in living their most fulfilling lives possible. Through journaling, Kemetic Yoga™ and Holistic Health Coaching (July 2019). Jillian creates spaces for people to feel safe enough to challenge their bodies, thoughts and habits.


A program of Newark Center for Meditative Culture co-sponsored by Ironbound Community Corporation Family Success Center.



Newark Center for Meditative Culture is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. Your tax deductible donations make it possible for us to continue delivering life-changing programs to the Greater Newark community.

Donations can be made and more information on NCMC can be found about us at www.newarkmeditation.org.

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