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Friday, October 2, 2020 - Friday, January 29, 2021

African Piragramac with Men Ca

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Men Ca teaches African Piragramac every Friday at 6:30PM EST!

Class Price: $13. $11 when you register 3 weeks out!

For more information and to see the Full Class Schedule go to https://bit.ly/kinetickinship

Class Description: With traditional African movement as its base, African Piragramac traverses into other dance languages - the underpinning energy to ascertain being spiritually physical and physically spiritual. Exhilarating the body to be in tune with the first drum and the first spiritual center, the heart and the pineal gland, respectfully, this African-centered practice (developed by original Kemetologist, Lee ‘Aco’ Thompson) works to inspire the bio-kemet-cal (chemi-cal) self to be one with creation.
Bring a journal and writing utensil to class!

Teacher Bio: 

The bio-kemet-cal essence of Men Ca is in his name: Mata is Energy from the Nucleus of the Ca’nscious Atam. A practitioner of defining that which he does through that which he is (i.e., Men Ca), his absolute Art and Science is to be ca’nscious at all times, in all times. Thus, deepen the life force energy of love and understanding.

As a fourth generation Horton modern teacher and a soul conduit of the African based rite of movement, Piragramac (developed by the late Lee ‘Aco’ Thompson), the underpinning energy of Men Ca’s teaching, especially with Piragramac, is to ascertain being spiritually physical and physically spiritual; exhilarating the body to be in tune with the first drum and the first spiritual center, the heart and the pineal glad, respectfully.

For more information go to https://bit.ly/kinetickinship

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