Unapologetically Me

Empowering + Enriching Women in the Church, Community and in the World.


     Impact Women- Unapologetically Me Presents: Mind + Body + Spirit, the Experience, a 4-week enrichment experience for women! Our hope is that women will be inspired and encouraged to get to know and take time to care for themselves and connect with God on a deeper level; through meditation, physical care and more meaningful conversations with God.

      The Experience will include breakfast, Yoga and Meditation instruction, followed by dynamic speakers. Register now for the 3-week Imprint Small Group that will continue the conversation after the experience, and be sure to join us for a 'Release' celebration with Author and Keynote Speaker, Dr. Tonya Armstrong on Saturday, October 6th.

Date: Saturday, September 15, 2018
Time: 8:30am -12:30pm  
Cost: $40 Early Bird until 31st
Cost after August 31st: $50

Mind + Body + Spirit Experience  


Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry

      is best known as a co-host of ABC’s The Revolution, Dr. Tiffanie Davis Henry is one of the most sought-after sex and relationship experts of her time. With a PhD in Human Sexuality from Widener University, Dr. Tiffanie holds the distinction of being an AASECT-certified sex therapist and licensed psychotherapist.    
       Dr. Tiffanie is known for keeping her fans guessing. Whether for her kind, yet no-nonsense approach to therapeutic interviewing or her every-changing hair and fashion delights, Dr. Tiffanie is a woman of many talents who flourishes in the unconventional and relishes in the roads less traveled.


Debie Marshall

   is trained in Anusara (alignment-based) yoga, Debie creates an uplifting and empowering experience for every level student in class. Students enjoy a safe, sacred place for self-discovery through meditation, chanting, breathing, and movement to strengthen the physical body, focus the mind and develop a peaceful spirit. Debie’s classes are reflective of her comforting, adventurous, and persevering personality.

Body (Yoga)

Dr. Shawn Garrison  

     is Director of Counseling Services at Morehouse School of Medicine (MSM), serving the students of five academic programs and Residents from seven specialties through counseling and teaching for the past 27 years. Her teaching duties include Cognitive Behavior Therapy and co-teaching a Psychotherapy101 course to Psychiatry Residents. Dr. Garrison earned her B.A. in psychology from Spelman College; her M.S. and Ph.D. in Applied Psychology from the University of Georgia. Her internship training was received at the Veterans’ Administration Medical Center here in Atlanta, Georgia. She is licensed in the state of Georgia as a clinical psychologist since 1986.

Mind (Meditation)

Niesha Cherry

    is the owner of Niesha Cherry Yoga (NCY). Her mission is to help make yoga accessible to everyone. Niesha Cherry Yoga is especially passionate about empowering women of color who embody all shapes and sizes. Through this empowerment initiative, Niesha will expose women of color to yoga practices, breathwork. increase self-esteem, and increase acceptance in the yoga community. NCY will guide students in a powerful vinyasa flow that links breath to movement with careful focus on alignment.

Body (Yoga)

Dr. Thema Bryant-Davis

    is a licensed psychologist, ordained minister, and sacred artist who has worked nationally and globally to provide relief and empowerment to marginalized persons. Dr. Thema, a professor at Pepperdine University, is a past president of the Society for the Psychology of Women. Her contributions to psychological research, policy, and practice have been honored by national and regional psychological associations. Dr. Thema earned her doctorate from Duke University, completed her post-doctoral training at Harvard Medical Center, and is a past American Psychological Association representative to the United Nations. 



September 15, 2018
8:30am - 12:30pm
Cost: $40 Early Bird Registration until August 31st
Cost after August 31st: $50 
Impact Church 
2323 Sylvan Road Eastpoint, GA 30344 

Blossoming Hope

    Black Christian women are sisters: We are connected through our identity in Christ and a common history forged by the African Diaspora. These cultural and spiritual legacies not only strengthen us, but also present us with unique challenges to our health and wholeness. As daughters of the Diaspora, we encounter negative stereotypes and denigrating images imposed upon us by others. As Christians, we can be tempted to overspiritualize our lives to the detriment of our wholeness. These realities can leave us merely surviving our fragmented lives, when in reality, we want to blossom! Well, Blossoming Hope: The Black Christian Woman's Guide to Mental Health and Wellness was written to help do just that.

* Book may also be purchased at M Cafe.