The Art of Living: Balancing Mind, Body, & Spirit | Ustadha Ieasha Prime
September 17 @ 2:30 pm – 4:00 pm
Join us with Ustadha Ieasha Prime this Sunday afternoon to gain practical insights into how to balance mind, body, and spirit in these stressful times when we are faced with one challenge after another.
In these troubling times, there is an urgency to understand ourselves and the world we live in. So many doubts, both conscious and unconscious, haunt us.
By putting into practice the wisdom shared in this talk, we will learn how to successfully meet the challenges of everyday life and face life’s inevitable losses and disappointments with grace.
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Ieasha Prime is the Director of Women’s Programming at Dar al-Hijrah Islamic Center in Virginia and the founder of DC Muslim Women’s Conference. She converted to Islam more than 20 years ago after being a Youth Ambassador to Morrocco and Senegal. There she developed a thirst for knowledge that would cause her to sit at the feet and learn from some of the top Islamic Scholars of our time. After participating in several circles of knowledge in the US, Ieasha pursued religious studies abroad. She studied Arabic and Quran at the Fajr Institute in Cairo, Egypt. Later, she moved to Hadramaut, Yemen, and enrolled in Dar al Zahra, an Islamic University for Women. There she studied Aqeedah, Quran, Hadith, Arabic, Jurisprudence (Fiqh), Islamic law, Purification of the Heart, and other religious-related learning. She has received several scholarly licenses (ijaza). The work that she is most committed to and enjoys has been the development of Islamic programming, Islamic Studies curriculum, and Rites of Passage programs for youth and adults. The majority of her life has been spent as an educator and activist. She is most passionate about combining Islamic studies, cultural art, activism, and service to train leaders to rise above whatever challenges stand in their way and that of the community they serve. In addition to her full-time work, she is the co-founder and Executive Director of Barakah INC, an organization committed to training Muslim women in traditional Islamic sciences with a focus on modern application. Sister Ieasha is recently known for participating in the National Women’s March and the courses she teaches on traditional knowledge, the challenges of race and gender in the Muslim community, and Spirituality. Ieasha Prime is a proud wife and mother of three children.