August 4th to August 11th 2019
Relax and fall asleep to the sound of waves and the ocean breeze outside your window at One Africa Resort!
Heal your body with natural juices and healthy meals (vegan and vegetarian meals available)
Take daily dance classes in traditional Ghanaian dances like Adowa and popular Afrobeats dances like Shaku Shaku with a variety of master dancers
Get in shape while having fun
Learn the historical relevance of each dance
Yoga and meditation classes
Participate in an Ghanaian dance conference on the historical significance of the dances you are learning
Journey to Kakum National Park and explore the rain forest from the elevated canopy paths
Visit beautiful isolated beaches
Visit the dungeons of the Enslaved in Cape Coast and re-enter Ghana through the "Door of No Return"'
Welcome dinner at One Africa Resort
Breakfast, lunch and dinner (vegan or non-vegan) & freshly squeezed fruit juices (Day 2 - Day 6)
Afrobeat and traditional Ghanaian dance lessons. Popular and traditional steps will be incorporated such as:
Gwara gwara, Shoki, Shaku shaku, Zanku, Adowa, Kpanlogo
Presentation on herbal cures from the Ghanaian rain forest. Orders can be placed with the herbalist.
Dance classes (continued)
Evening massage and reflexology presentations: *Appointments available at additional cost
Film screening - "Akwaaba Dance"
Dance lessons (Traditional/Afrobeats)
Trip to Elmina Slave dungeon
Akwaaba Dance Conference on the historical roots of traditional and Afrobeats dance with presenters:
Dr. De Valera Botchway (University of Cape Coast ,U.C.C.)
Professor Reginald Sackey (U.C.C)
Jerry One (Palm Dance Company)
Musa Ali (Kroye Dance Theater)
Evening dance classes
Trip to Kakum National Park Evening drum and dance performance with the dance company and instructors.
You will have the opportunity to showcase what you learned if you choose.
Breakfast Closing Reflections