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Enguiguilayé ... Ewéssé ... Once upon a time ...

It is the story of a little girl who was afraid of the dark. 
Freshly arrived from the city for a few weeks vacation in the village with his grandmother and his cousins.
The transition was not easy. Mbombô - grandmother - had chosen to live in the background, just on the edge of the forest.
If the place was safe, it continually rustled with the sounds of animals and plants new and strange to her. The night was particularly impressive when the trees looked like monsters. 
To facilitate this passage, when going to bed, mbombô would start singing, clapping her hands and the little one would sing with her, moving her little body, to end up falling asleep reassured. 

She didn't know it yet, but it's the prelude to what will become the HEALING GROOVE. It is a set of creative and therapeutic practices at the intersection of Art, Healing and spirituality. You could say it's like a travel agency that helps keep the groove going during times of personal and professional transition. 


The creation Enjaïance® is rooted in African heritage: from the African Equator to the Southern tip of Africa.
Enjaïance derives from the trendy Ivorian language "s'Enjailler", which means to have a good time. 
It is a musical journey that helps to move from Blues to Groove.
Through traditional-modern Afro songs and rhythms, it is an invitation to reconnect, activate, incorporate, let emerge, cheer, by relying on the ancestral medicine of Bantu sounds and popular cultures.
Traditionally in Black Africa, we share a vision of the world connected to greater than ourselves (ancestors, guardian spirits, religions).
Sound (words, rhythms ...), movement (gestures, dances) allow to tune with the pulsations of the universe. Art facilitates the connection with the subtle and offers ways to heal the world.
To reap the full benefits, the public should not just be a spectator; he has to get involved emotionally.
Everyone chooses to participate in their own way to instill this sacred dimension. Light a candle when you take the laundry out of the machine, close your eyes lying on your sofa, burn an incense stick, etc.  The possibilities are limitless…
Produced with love between New Caledonia, Australia, Reunion, Madagascar, Namibia, Cameroon, France.


HEALTHY ARTIST - State Registered Nurse.

Born in Cameroon, grew up between Africa, Oceania and Europe. 

Music (didgeridoo, ukulele, drum?), Dance, Singing, are part of its channels to help navigate the periods of transition.

Initiated among others in active music therapy, coaching, hypnosis, numerology, she has accompanied dozens of coaches and therapists to develop an activity that makes them want to dance for joy.