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The Omnoire Experience

Meet  the Founder 

I founded OMNoire from a need to create a safe space for women of color to share our stories and find a support system throughout our wellness journeys. Through our workshops, events and retreats, we aim to empower women to find wellness on their own terms and what works best for their lifestyles. Whether you're a vegan or meat eater, yogi or occasional fitness buff, enjoy a few cocktails during girl's night out or alcohol free, my mission is to encourage and support you to discover your own version of wellness. Your journey may not look like mine and that is OK! You are safe HERE in our OMNoire community to discover, experiment, and build a tribe within a tribe, as we all aim to achieve a WHOLE-listic lifestyle...from the foods we eat, to our exercise regimens, love and friend relationships, emotional and mental health, and more. Wellness is an ever evolving, courageous journey that is yours and yours alone. Own it.

love + light,

Christina Rice

Founder, OMNoire 

About OMNoire

OMNoire is a wellness social community for women of color dedicated to living well from the inside out. Our mission is to connect like-minded women through our events, retreats and online platform to cultivate strength, growth and positive manifestation in all areas of our lives. We believe that life truly begins through the interconnectivity of a healthy mind, body and spirit. 

 

What  Is  The Meaning Of OM?

In Hindu mythology, before the world began, Brahma (the creator or absolute reality) was one, and He said, “I am one, but may I become many?” This thought created a vibration that settled into a sound. This sound was OM. From this vibration, everything in the universe sprang into existence.

When you chant OM, the vibration from that sound correlates to the original vibrations that were sounded in the universe when the world was created. The sound of OM is often called Pranava, or that which runs through breath (Prana) and sustains life. OM is also a representation of the four states of the Supreme Being.