It is February and Ujima Magazine is launching a new monthly event. So join us as we welcome people in our community that will share their knowledge on various topics to enhance your personal and business life.
Our first meeting will be held February 24, 2016 from 10:30am-12:30pm at Orange Coworking located at 2110 W Slaughter Ln #160.
Our first speaker will be Naya Jones, owner of Rootwork. Her topic will be Self Care for Soulpreneurs. A soulpreneur follows the call to build a project, org, or business. They don’t just build a project or business, they build community. They cultivate abundance in a way that’s nourishing. They bring their whole selves – mind/body/spirit – to the work.
Join us for a conversation about practicing self care as a soulpreneur. Naya will share her soulpreneur story, highlight self care tools that help her “get rooted”, and invite folks to notice what’s working for them (and what’s not).
Registration will be available soon.
About Naya Jones, MA, CRM
Ecstatic facilitator. Educator. Student. Naya Jones is a soulpreneur who is passionate about community healing. Since 2008, she has facilitated mind/body workshops as founder of Rootwork. With her life partner, she is co-founder of Food for Black Thought, a food justice initiative based in Austin, Texas. In addition to holistic training, Naya brings an academic background in community food and healing systems. She is a PhD Candidate at the University of Texas-Austin. Sharing and learning is her joy.
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