The Gullah Geechee communities are the descendants of enslaved Africans who lived in the low country regions of Georgia and South Carolina, which includes both the coastal plain and the Sea Islands. Because of its isolation in rural areas, the Gullah people have developed a culture that has preserved much of the African linguistic and ethnic heritage.
As a “Gullah girl” herself, Kyndra Joi's Gullah Geechee workshops are Interactive, Educational and Exciting! Kyndra takes you through a journey of storytelling, ring shouts, song, dance, instrumentation, and low-country double claps. Learn more today about how too can experience the, Spirit of the Gullah!
Churches, Libraries, Schools, Conferences, Tour Groups and more, We can come by and show some Geechee love!