Thank you to everyone that came and supported our 2nd annual International Women's Day Fest on March 11th! We were so excited to bring this back to the Bay. We had over 200 women and girls in attendance! With your support, we raised over $6,500 that will benefit the community work of our Org!
We had over 300 women and girls in attendance! With your support, we raised over $5,500! With over 30 women vendors, a rotation of diverse performers, not to mention vibrant energy from all attendees, this event goes down as our most successful to date! Thank you from the bottom of all of our hearts!
Share The Health was created last year to bring women of all ages together in a safe environment to exercise and practice sisterhood. For the second year in a row we gathered in the same place, the south end amphitheater of Oakland's beautiful Lake Merritt, for a day of fitness and fun. This year was all about the importance of mental health to achieve physical health and being unapologetically confident in your curves and abilities.
Genevieve started us off with a greeting and a light warm up dance.
In April, we partnered with CycleBar Berkeley for a women-only cycle class! CycleBar not only donated an instructor for the class at their facility, but they also donated 100% of ticket sales to Sol Sisters. We are so thankful they also believe health is wealth!
In partnership with Art Beat Events we hosted a fun and interactive painting class that will be easy to follow for you and your little one. About 12 Mothers/God Mothers/Aunties brought their mini "plus one" for a paint party on a Sunday afternoon at Makers' Loft, Oakland. They had the opportunity to create art together and connect with other mothers/mother-figures in our community.
Over 80 women gathered on a Sunday morning at Lake Merritt, Oakland to exericise their power of health. For some, it was stepping out of her comfort zone while others wanted to try new workouts like Zumber, Bootcamp, Pilates, Yoga and CIZE Hip Hop dance fitness. Whatever the her fitness level, size, and age women all over the Bay Area came walking in at 9AM with big smiles and positive attitudes.