In some cultures, your body and mind are considered your own personal temple. You’ll grow up to learn so many things about how your body function, what you consume, how your body grows, its dislikes and likes, and the list goes on. For Haitian-American Nzingah Oniwosan, she is a woman that has learned her body quite well enough to achieve a lot within her years of being on this planet. With being an award-winning wellness blogger and consultant, she has overcome many obstacles to get her where she is today. Oniwosan strived to build multiple spaces for black women, became an inspirational speaker, art teacher, yoga instructor, and even tapped into her creative side with multiple talents.
She has had a long 19-year journey to heal from a brain tumor, autoimmune disorder, and polycystic ovary syndrome. However, those things have only pushed her to be a better and healthier version of herself. With her positive wisdom about wellness and health, she made a name for herself within different communities. One of the communities she has largely impacted was the health and wellness community. With her creation of 365Zing.com, she created a safe space for black women that wants to have a self-care companion right there on their phone, laptop, or tablet.
365Zing.com gives its users many features to tap into bettering their health goals physically, mentally, and spiritually. Users will use the app to create health goals and weekly wellness schedules. The app also offers healthy plant-based recipes, movement classes (yoga and dance), and a positive community to grow as a person. They also could take courses to create more success with their own health goals.
TUC had the opportunity to talk to Nzingah Oniwosan to dig deeper into self-care, mental health, tapping into creativity, and much more.