Domango Training's mission is to fully empower and equip our clients with the tools to heal themselves physically and spiritually.
Our purpose is to help our clients design and achieve a blueprint to their own healing.
Domango Training provides a safe space for physical and spiritual health and wellbeing. Our services empower clients to live a healing lifestyle where physical fitness, wellbeing, and inner awareness intersect.
Fitness is usually approached with a disassociation of the mind and body with a focus solely on the physical aesthetic. At Domango Training we believe an active lifestyle should incorporate the mind, body, and spirit in the same space. Our clients are guided and given the tools for self discovery and connecting their physical goals to their spiritual needs.
Domango Training sees a community where healing is a lifestyle for individuals through physical, spiritual, and wellness practices.
Embracing the fullness of inner work and awareness
Fostering a safe environment for sharing and relating
Encouraging and leading with self acceptance
Fostering a tribe of harmony and oneness
Shanda Domango Brown
MEDIUM | MOVEMENT HEALER
University of Louisiana at Lafayette-BA Business Mgmt ‘10
Claremont Graduate University-MA'AM Arts Management ‘12
AFAA Certified Personal Trainer
CPR/AED - American Red Cross
Yo-Chi Certified Instructor
Brain Gym Certified
Schwinn Cycling Certified
Barre Above Certified
Oh Baby! Pre and Post Natal Movement Certified
Sports and Exercise Nutrition
Pre and Post Partum Exercise
Cheer and Dance conditioning
Cheer and Dance Choreography
20 years of Professional Dance Training
Trained dancer and choreographer Shanda Domango thought she knew her body until she became pregnant. She had already faced losing her parents, starting two businesses, and getting married. But becoming pregnant forced Domango to start her own healing journey.
"I was terrified of change, the future, and it was manifesting as physical pain, " says Domango.
Domango decided to reach out to an old
Working with Minister Esprit, her Master's Degree in Arts Management, and her career in dance and fitness, Domango developed a new integrative approach to healing. Calling it Healing Movement, which is also influenced by somatic and embodiment practices, Domango used it as a way to improve her physical, mental, and emotional as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Finding she was losing weight, building muscle tone, and feeling clearer emotionally and spiritually, Domango decided to offer Healing Movement to others. She opened a studio and started using the practice to teach other women.
Working with organizations such as Metropolitan Human Services District, New Orleans Opera, and Essence Festival Wellness House, Domango has been educating and empowering women to heal and reconnect with their body and spirit.
“My twins are now three years old, and I am beyond grateful to have the tools to stay present and grounded as a woman and mother,” Domango says. Most importantly, I get to teach my boys a level of self awareness and confidence that will last them a lifetime.”