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Virtual or In Person Safe Personal Training

Price upon request; per 1 hour session.You will get personalized dynamic programing that transforms your body by connecting the mind to the body before increasing functionality. Build lean muscle, lose weight, or train for an event.

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Virtual or In Person Safe, Personal Training.

Price upon request; per hour (6) sessions. Our methodologies developed with rhythms, spirituality and culture. We incorporate fun and variety to help you rejuvenate your lifestyle.

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Digitize your at home fitness space.

At your request - We will continue to help you find the best equipment for your in home personal gym. From tablet holders, to yoga mats, we will refer the best vendor(s).

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Our Why

BLACK WOMEN

African American women are almost 18 times as likely to die from HIV/AIDS as non-Hispanic white women. In 2016, African Americans were 8.4 times more likely to be diagnosed with HIV infection, as compared to the white population.

BIPOC

Rosa points specifically to the way the US has historically determined who is allowed to identify as a “member” of Black and Indigenous groups. Under the one-drop rule of the antebellum and Jim Crow South, which arguably persists today, anyone with as much of “one drop” of Black heritage is automatically Black. But the inverse logic applies when it comes to identifying as Indigenous: You have to prove that you have enough Indigenous heritage to belong in the group.

AFRICAN AMERICAN

The Sterilization of African American Women Of the 7,600 women who were sterilized by the state between the years of 1933 and 1973, about 5,000 were African American. In light of this history, North Carolina became the first state to offer compensation to surviving victims of compulsory sterilization.