EVENTS

Nurturing Your Light 

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Feature documentary discussing the intersection of health and spirituality in the Black community. This presentation is a follow up to our 2018 film, “Find Your Light”, a visual presentation about the journey of self-discovery, self-love and awareness through spirituality.

Date: Sunday, February 23

Location: Central Station, 1418 Remount Rd, North Charleston, SC 29406

Time: 6:00 p.m.

Featuring:

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Jonathan Richardson is a licensed massage therapist and creator of Ayo Naturals – which provides a vibrant line of chakra balanced & reiki charged natural soaps. He also serves as the brainchild behind this visual piece. His vision is to show others that there are ways to nurture yourself – to find time and make time to be about yourself.
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Kennae Miller is the Founder of Transformation Yoga: A collective tribe of yoga teachers and instructors. Through this collective, they are able to teach marginalized, underserved and under represented communities with the tools of meditation, yoga and reiki.
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Talim Lessane is a Reiki master level practitioner. At heart, he prides himself on being an artist and a healer. As someone who connects to spirit, he is able to fulfill that priority by helping other people. Lessane provides mobile services for reiki in and around the Charleston area. He is also knowledgeable about plant based food, and how what you eat can also be good for your soul and spirit.
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Dru McDaniel finds purpose in employing mindfulness and intentional practice toward co-creating the kind of community we want to inhabit. Her purpose fuels her personal commitment to social justice – looking at is as more than just an academic pursuit, but an integral part of what makes her who she is. Earning her Bachelor’s degree in Women’s and Gender Studies and Sociology, she was able to immerse herself in disciplines that value social justice as a viable lens through which to view research and activism. She currently serves as a workshop and dialouge facilitator at the Transformative Teaching Collective.