As Sisterhued, we created events that helped you to network and unwind with like-minded women. We designed fitness functions to celebrate your being and center your minds and bodies. We brought you day-long zen retreats and cozy spaces for connecting.

Now as the all-new Wellanin Collective, our focus is still on wellness–but we’re taking you even higher. Wellanin Collective’s mission is to infuse our entire community with holistic health and wellness. Through curated series, workshops and activations designed specifically for Black women, Black children and Black families, Wellanin Collective invites you to re-frame your vision of health.

Brought to you by the co-creatives behind Sisterhued and in partnership with acclaimed yogi Allaya Cooks-Campbell, Wellanin Collective is poised to elevate your year.

Wellanin Collective

About Us (left to right):

Valerie Pierre-Cadet loves tea, Twitter, and the color black–and the tea on Black Twitter. Your favorite blogger’s favorite blogger, Valerie collaborates with some of the top content creators on the web to execute large scale campaigns and graphics. The social media savant and mom behind is committed to creating spaces where women can dedicate themselves to self-care.

Danielle Wilson believes in celebrating the joy in every moment. Documenting her journey with Crohn’s Disease, the busy mom of a tween and a teen shares inspiration and family fun on her blog at A sought after Events Director, Danielle produces upscale wellness experiences for her clients.

Allaya Cooks-Campbell is a Yoga Alliance Registered Yoga Teacher 200 and Integrative Wellness and Life Coach. Passionate about movement, music, and theater, the mom of two integrates mind, body, and spirit into her Vinyasa practice. Her tranquil guidance and alignment-based classes have been the highlight of cruises and retreats worldwide and is featured on

Tiffani Greenaway is a wellness coach, speaker, and maternal mental health advocate. After her own battle with postpartum depression and psychosis, the mom of two boys began working to improve awareness of perinatal mood and anxiety disorders, reduce stigma, and connect families with parenting resources and support. Focusing on educating and empowering families to make healthy choices, her engaging approach makes wellness accessible at

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