Stories of Legacy Builders: The Great Divine Center

Kymaletha Brown, The Great Divine Center Portrait
Kymaletha Brown, owner of The Great Divine Center in the East English Village neighborhood of Detroit.

A Story That Matters​

The Great Divine Center, Yoga Leader
Photo features Chantia Thompson, yoga facilitator, owner of Good Vibz Yoga

Kymaletha Brown was deciding what service she wanted to provide for her community and going through a number of ideas while finishing her master’s degree and completing ProsperUs Detroit’s Entrepreneur Training Program.

The Great Divine Center was birthed as a result of that brainstorm and blossomed into Detroit’s first black-owned women’s wellness center that offers services for mental and physical health, in addition to all things pregnancy and birth services.

The studio brings affordable mental health services including dance and movement to the city through dance, yoga, meditation, fitness, and therapy.

Kymaletha hopes to inspire the community to embrace their feminine energy and guide them along their healing journey through mindfulness.

Yoga Session facilitated by Good Vibz Yoga at The Great Divine Center

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