D. Amaadi Coleman,
aka THE BELLY THERAPIST™ & Founder of Fit Tribe Wellness
Amaadi's journey as a wellness practitioner started at home, because movement was a must in her family. When she and her brother were young, their mother would wake them up before sunrise to bike or jog around the neighborhood before school. So, movement has always been a part of her life. Her mother made sure of it.
She added healthy nutrition habits to her movement practices in college while studying Spanish. There, Amaadi became a vegetarian and delved into researching food and how the body reacts to it. Combining the two were the building blocks for developing a body that felt efficient, healthy, and strong.
Amaadi is a mom to three sons, a NASM certified personal trainer, group exercise instructor, nutrition lifestylist, and holistic healing advocate. After naturally healing her own abdominal separation (diastasis), she became the first Black Tupler Technique® Trained Professional. Now, as the Belly Therapist™, she focuses on educating and supporting the natural healing of this condition among postpartum moms of color. She also helps women celebrate their bodies while healing their bellies.
Myeisha Thompson, Director of Strategic Marketing
Myeisha Thompson, Owner and Principal Writer & Content Strategist of MPower Content, is passionate about helping small businesses and solopreneurs reach their full potential by leveraging the power of their brand story to create engaging content that drives action.
A writer, strategic marketer, and educator, Myeisha brings her 20 years of experience working with organizations of all sizes with her when she serves clients who need strategic guidance and support on creating and executing digital content. She believes that user experience, quality content, and consistent analytics are central to delivering the right message to the right audience at the right time.
In addition to running MPower Content, Myeisha is the owner of Yogini Noire, which is a yoga apparel and wellness education brand. Her mission is to celebrate, educate, and elevate Black women who seek wellness through yogic practices. As a committed yogi herself, Myeisha hopes to inspire women of color to create their own paths to healing and wellness, using the physical and spiritual teachings of yoga as a guide. She provides education and resources--AND cute shirts and accessories adorned with images and mantras that represent Black women in expressing the strength and beauty of practicing yoga.