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JOIN ETD OUTREACH INSTRUCTOR JOHARI MAYFIELD EVERY FRIDAY AT 4PM FOR LIVEINTHEMOVEMENT AFRO CARDIO JAM!

ABOUT THIS EVENT

LiveInTheMovement Afro Cardio Jam w/abs fuses HIIT training and African dance moves together to create a workout that’s designed for you to have fun and get a great workout in 30 min! No previous dance experience is required. Just bring your water, be ready to move, sweat and have fun!

Join us every Friday from 4pm-4:30pm EST for $5-$20 per class. Suggested price is $10, but pay what you can!

Johari Mayfield is a dancer, choreographer, activist, healer, and ACE certified personal trainer living in New York City. Johari utilizes her dance background along with cardiovascular exercises, strength training and yoga with her clients to hone the synergies of mind/body, strength and flexibility. Johari’s community outreach initiatives have included children’s workshops on fitness and healthy eating at Lincoln Medical and Mental Health Center, movement and fitness with Girls Education and Mentoring Service (GEMS), an organization committed to empowering survivors of sexual exploitation and Reveal NYC, a nonprofit organization that encourages female survivors of domestic violence in self-care. In addition, she’s also taught cardio dance classes at the Rose M. Singer Center at Riker’s Island for female inmates and team building through dance in her “Hip Hop Lit Squad” for children at the Athleta Flatiron location in NYC. She currently is on faculty at Ifetayo Cultural Arts Academy,14th St Y and ETD Outreach team. She’s the proud humama of a rescue pitbull named Lucy.

ETD Outreach is a division of Eryc Taylor Dance that works to create positive social change by using dance as a tool to inspire and heal. Our unique initiative partners with supportive housing sites, hospitals, and community centers throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens, the Bronx, and beyond to curate movement workshops for vulnerable populations. For the first time ever, ETD Outreach is hosting public dance workshops, in response to COVID-19.