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  • Tuition
  • Three Meals in Kitchen Table (daily)
  • Shared or Private Accommodations
  • Signature classes and wellness offerings
Please Note: All packages are priced per person. Should you elect a shared accommodation and community hall bath, 1440 will randomly pair you with a gender-specific roommate. Only private rooms have the option of a private bath. 1440 Multiversity is a smoke-free campus.

Program Description

Ignite your inner light and move joyfully into the new year with experts in movement and meditation, Pilin Anice, RYT 500, HHC, and Romona Mukherjee, MEd, LPCC, LMHC. In this healing, celebratory workshop, you will connect to the wisdom that moves through your body and experience the magnificence of your highest self.

Join these two inspiring teachers for a weekend blending African dance traditions, Tantra philosophy, meditation, and self-reflection. Explore movements of the African diaspora, live drumming, storytelling, and meditation to release any stagnant energy from the past year.

With safe space and restorative live music, you will:

  • Heal and release any pain from the past year
  • Embody the wisdom of the sacred essence that lives within
  • Step fully into your pure potential
  • Nurture your innate creativity and plant the seeds for a spacious creative flow in the new year
  • Rejoice in our fundamental interconnectedness.

You'll learn techniques in breath, movement, affirmations, and meditation designed to deepen your presence and creative flow—and take them home to incorporate into your own practice.

Step away feeling nurtured, energized, and full of light. No dance experience is required … and a mindset of openness and curiosity is invited!

Presented by

  • Romona MukherjeeAbout Romona Mukherjee MEd, LPCC, LMHC|Mindfulness-based psychotherapist and meditation guide
    Romona Mukherjee is a teacher, guide, and mindfulness-based psychotherapist. She weaves together Eastern practices with Western theoretical foundations to create a space in which insight and healing emerge organically and spontaneously.
  • Pilin AniceAbout Pilin Anice RYT 500, HHC|Movement and wellness leader
    Pilin Anice is a yoga and dance teacher and wellness leader passionate about helping people connect to their highest selves. She is a Kripalu Institute-trained instructor who has studied with masters of West African dance, Dunham Technique, and the African diasporic dances of Haiti, Cuba, and Brazil.

Why Attend

    This combination of centering yoga, invigorating dance, and grounding meditation will help you shake off any "stuckness" from the past year in joy and celebration.

    Pilin and Romona are sought-after, seasoned professionals in yogic spirituality, wellness, and therapy/coaching, with decades of training in dances of the African and Indian diasporas.

    See through a new lens by exploring themes of healing, embodying true essence, and energizing the creative self via a unique blend of movement and meditation rooted in powerful traditions.

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Experience Level
Open to all levels.
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Special Details
Bring a journal, a scarf, wrap, or sarong to wrap around your waist, and comfortable clothes to move in.

Mornings will include vigorous and revitalizing movement and embodiment led by Pilin with live drums. There will be a short break and then group circle for reflections and sharing.

Afternoons will contain interactive movement and connection exercises in partner and small groups, then gentle, restorative movement with drums. Closing will be a moving or seated meditation.

No dance experience is required, though people with injuries or challenges with movement ability may not be able to participate as easily. This program is appropriate for people interested in dance movement from the African diaspora and spiritual philosophies of Tantra.
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