Mz. imani works with people to invite
them to reflect the heart of the divine and be a force of nature that
brings more light to the world. Her purpose is to help people be more
deeply connected with their hearts and the rhythm of life. She stands
beside her sisters and brothers and calls forth the wisdom that resides
in each and every one of us.
For nearly 25 years, Mz. imani has been following the path of the drum.
This was long before the days it became accepted and common for women to
play the drums. Since her early childhood she has been singing with the
spirits of the forest and nature, and she “knew” that she was destined
to play an instrument. In her mid 20’s she found her instrument, the
drum and has been honing her skills to listen to, and support, the
rhythm of life.
Mz. imani has a strong and independent streak of exploring the
ineffable, and is passionate about experiencing the innate sense of the
wild. She has direct experience and a deep desire to validate and
support people who are on a spiritual path, as she has always seen and
felt things that many do not. For most of her life, she struggled with
finding her place in the world and her peers. These beautiful and deep
challenges have served her well to define and develop her commitment to
help others find validation in listening to their spiritual and heART
centered truths, in the company of chosen or biological family. Her work
and play is to gather with the creator and the people in circle, to sing
and pray for the planet, the people and share the knowledge and wisdom
teachings that carry her forward.
The music and teachings that roll through me come from my life
experience and the guidance of spirit. I am blessed with a unique
perspective and sense of purpose: I am here to celebrate and honor the
sacred in all life. My methods come from years of forming relationships
with community through ceremony, the drum, and elemental alchemy. From
start to finish, my work is held as a prayer and is offered as an
invitation for each of us to explore and tend to our personal and
collective relationship with the divine.
She has recently become the new caretaker of the
Swannanoa Peace Chamber. For more information visit:
Circles or her music webpage Mz imani
You can email Imani at: