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7 Senses To Self-Sensuality feat. Pamela Hooks
7 Senses To Self-Sensuality is designed for re-discovering the Five Senses, and the Senses of Intuition and Heart-Speak. Participants are guided into multi-disciplinary interactive exchanges exploring self-love, nurturing, and courage building.
Let It Flow…
For Mind, Body, Spirit
7 Senses to Self-Sensuality by Pamela Hooks
Saturday, February 9, 2013
2:00pm to 4:00 pm EST
3901 Main Street Building B Suite 201
Philadelphia, PA 19127
Registration on Eventbrite.com
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Agumacha! Wellness Workshops are restorative journeys into re-discovering the gifts of your senses (sight, sound, smell, touch, and taste) as real self-nurturing pathways to connect with your Spirit of courage, self-nurturing, creativity and peace.
Participants engage in fun life skills learning thru inter-active workshops on personal courage meditation for emotional fitness, flow movement for body fitness, and self-nurturing practices for spirit fitness. Participates learn how to create peace and connective-ness thru creative transformative sessions designed to enhance well-being, relationship building and personal joy.
Life Skills Coach/Social Change Artist
For over twenty years Pamela has dedicated herself to harnessing the power of personal courage and creativity to educate, engage and improve the quality of life of everyday people.
Before finding her passion in social change work, her profession was in television, with credits as a producer that include ABC News, Lifetime, Discovery and former host of WYBE-TV (PBS), Philly Live Show. She is especially proud of directing the award-winning HIV/Aids info-mentary "Sister-to-Sister:
In 2001, she collaborated with friend, Pamela Johnson, a columnist for Essence magazine, to write and direct The Tenderheaded Diaries, a groundbreaking and wildly successful multi-media stage performance that examines the social and cultural history of African American hair. In 2002, Tenderheaded Diaries debuted to sold-out audiences at Philadelphia’
Her social change work includes working as an artistic director for the non-profit, Arts & Spirituality Center (www.artsandspirituality.org)
Today, Pamela free-lances as a media consultant, but finds her work conducting life-skills workshops on teambuilding, non-violent communication and self-nurturing to be most fulfilling.
Her proudest productions are her children, Ayoola 17, Romare, 21 and Ade, 22.
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