About S.T.E.A.M. Certified Guide/ Teacher
Starseed, Writer, Visual Artist, Dancer, Teacher, & Inspirational Speaker; Layy Knight is bringing a refreshing vibe to Soul Transforming Energy And Movement, one that is all empowering all inclusive, and then some!
Layy's mission is nothing short of ongoing shadow work, karma clearing, and teaching through example - in fact it's such a vulnerable and authentic energy she vibrates she's able to reach as many people as possible with her mission and life purpose. Her connection to her Ancestors (Of the Astral and Physical plane) have made it so she can not ignore what she is meant to do.
Layy is here to inspire freedom, TRUE FREEDOM! She wants to give everyone the confidence, self-love, and motivation to never give up by sharing her story through poetry/ prose, helping to shift your energy through guided visualizations, offering holistic dance inspired by her training in West African dance, Modern dance, and an assortment of dance techniques - all backed by the S.T.E.A.M. method of using hand mudras to align chakras in a unique way.
Layy Knight is especially interested in working with children and inspiring the LGBTQ community through her work.
She designs clothing with her original channeled artwork she puts on hoodies, shirts, bags, etc to empower and influence the vibration of the wearer, as well as those they encounter.
She will be offering African dance classes, starting in September, for children using the S.T.E.A.M. methods because she feels that it's very important for the youth to understand their connection to Source Energy and the Ancestors.
Lastly, she hosts a platform on Facebook and Instagram that allows all genders to showcase their inner thoughts and feelings through poetry, rap, song, etc called, "Write It Out Wednesdays".
To contact Layy join her facebook page and feel free to send her a message if interested in learning more about her work and upcoming workshops.
She is a mother of 8 and an extraordinary force in the world of visual and performing arts with a S.T.E.A.M. twist - BOOK HER TODAY
Layy began her professional artistic journey when she starred in a commercial on Channel 13 as an awarded winner for visual art work, had her art work exhibited in The Statue of Liberty at an early age and began dancing at the age of 3 at Bernice Johnson's Cultural Arts Center in Jamaica Queens, NY and then Devore Dance Center. Since then, she has participated in a number of collaborative projects and has performed with West African dance companies throughout the country.
Unlike many of her contemporaries, Layy Knight is primarily self-taught in visual arts and has her own approach to - and definition of - art. She believes in constantly taking risks and that inspiration can be found wherever you look.
To find out more about her work in the visual and performing arts, feel free to get in touch.
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