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FLYY-ing High with Wellness & Positivity

Updated: Oct 6, 2020

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 that has helped hundreds of women on their journey towards self-care. “My commitment is to help people heal body, mind, heart, and spirit,” she said about her business, FLYY Fitness Healing and the Arts. “Women are so busy today. I don’t say we have a lot on our plate. We don’t have a plate—we have a platter!”



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