Amina Olushola has been reading since she was a child unaware of her gifts. In her teen years she began to study and improve her craft as a student of The Shrine Of Ma'at in Jamaica Queens, NY led by Myra Scott. Upon graduating she began to do her own sessions using intuitive guidance from above and tarot cards.
She created FEMhealing African Dance after studying creative visualization, in-depth, and realizing that by combining dance and this method the law of attraction as well as healing powers from the drums/ music and dance could bring upon amazing results.
Currently she is offering "Sister Healing Sessions" for a deeper connection between women to offer a space where they can vent, dance into the vortex, and feel a sense of community that allows them to release any stresses, and limitations. Amina is creating a women's retreat to accompany the workshop, as well as a video. Eventually, her goal is to begin catering to the disabled community of young people and there caretakers/ parents. Being a mother of 4 children, with 3 of them being disabled, she plans to make the metaphysical, cultural, spiritual, and creative arts healing accessible to all.