The FLYY Movementstarted on October 7, 2007 at The Women’s Expo. Sistah Anyangō was preparing to do a Zumba® demo and was handed the mic to introduce herself. “Freedom to Love the You in You” came out of her mouth, and FLYY was born. From 2007 to the present, FLYY has helped hundreds of women and her relations find community, explore their passion and purpose, and find their way to live their authentic selves. It has never been an option to stop; always an opportunity to grow, shift, expand. FLYY has grown from FLYY Fitness, LLC to FLYY Fitness Healing & the Arts, to now, The FLYY Movement! The future holds The Asantewaa Healing Gardens which will be a retreat site that houses a space for movement, but also creates areas for meditation and reflection, gathering spaces, walking trails and more.
FLYY is thrilled to be featured in the University of Hartford Success Stories, hosted by the Entrepreneurial Center of Women's Business Center. A one-time dancer combines her love of music and movement with a message of empowerment by Cheryl Rice
Photo by Jade Soto Photography Sistah Anyango Yaa Asantewaa, as her traditional African name suggests, is both a healer and a warrior. She brings a unique combination of personal energies to her work and the result is an enterprise
FLYY is thrilled to be featured in the WBC Business Spotlight, hosted by the Entrepreneurial Center of Women's Business Center. FLYY Fitness Healing & the Arts was founded to provide people with a holistic health experience aimed not only at strengthening the body, but also nourishing the mind, heart, and spirit. Since 2007, Sistah Anyangō has led classes that utilize movement in many forms, including Zumba® and Afrikan Dance, and Dances of the Diaspora workshops, to facilita