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The Sanaa Movement
Deanna  Marshall - Executive Director
Sharran Chambers-Murphy- Director
Simone Brown - Artistic Director

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Sanaa participants are comprised of all Christian denominations. We have been blessed by Westbury United Methodist Church, with the use of their social hall, where our weekly classes are held. At Sanaa we teach personal devotion and liturgical dance. Personal devotion is for everyone at every age and level of physical ability.

Our mission and goal at Sanaa is to bring participants into the wisdom of prosperous health through spiritual enlightenment using dance and personal devotion.  And to inspire participants to worship and praise for better health physically and spiritually.

 

In this space participants will be part of God’s peace; freedom; love; to enable the creative spirit to become alive in them; a space where they will not be judged and false images of self can be eliminated.   We are here for one purpose only; we are here to worship and praise God through dance.

 

Our Outreach programs:

 

Drama Productions

 A People; The Journey 'from freedom to freedom' the first of more to come.

Youth Program

 To use praise dance as rehabilitation for youth in the system and prevention for youth in at-risk environments. Click to view our group home proposal.

Prison Ministry

 To minister inside the prison walls to those who are also in spiritual bondage.

Events

 We are called on to minister in dance at various events and venues throughout Long Island.

 

Register now walk-in's and all denominations are welcome.

 

Classes are held

at

Westbury United Methodist Church

265 Asbury Avenue, Westbury NY

Directions To This Location 

 

Every Monday at 7:30pm

 

 

Dress comfortable in clothing you can move in. Dance/jazz shoes recommended. 

 

And bible for spiritual warm up and exercise.    

Contact information:

The Sanaa Movement:

Deanna Marshall, Director

sanaa@thyhouse.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

"Lift Every Voice and Sing" "The Negro National Anthem" Soloist Nichelle Taylor Bryant, Saxophonist Dr. Gregson Pigott


 

A People: The Journey

from freedom to freedom

 

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A People: The Journey

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A People: The Journey

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A People: The Journey

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