This project is aimed at self-sustenance, health and well-being, spiritual guidance, Indigenous knowledge in various traditional ways, and keeping the culture alive and thriving. The project is led by a descendant of the late great Zulu Sangoma (healer), Baba Credo Mutwa.
A healing center will accommodate traditional initiates to receive training as healers in practices such as divination, how to throw bones, analyzing dreams, and herbal/traditional medicines. An herbal library will be accessible to learn about use and dosage for traditional and western treatments.
A sweat lodge, steam room, smudging and practical and theoretical teachings will be offered to bring balance and for spiritual challenges.
Indigenous Knowledge Systems, spiritual guidance, meditation, energy management and energetic cleansing will be part of the teachings offered.
Each month, gatherings will take place around the full moon as well as spiritual offerings throughout the year marking special dates on the African calendar, change of seasons, and the new year.
A community garden will be offered with herbs and vegetables to create self-sustainability and healthy lifestyles. uMoya began to assist the community with water after they experienced an ongoing shortage.