Every year you plan.
Every year you feel like you underperformed.
Have your best Ramadan experience this year.
Redefine Ramadan, its purpose, + what it means to you
Leverage past Ramadans (even bad ones!) + your unique strengths
Decide your internal + spiritual journey for the blessed month
Connect with Allah during the whole of Ramadan + beyond
Are you a Muslim woman who…
struggles to maintain focus, energy, and consistency before and during Ramadan?
always falls short of your Ramadan goals and feel guilty?
feels dread, anxiety, or guilt as Ramadan approaches?
feels like you’re never doing enough?
You can have a better Ramadan, this year.
What makes Evolve During Ramadan different?
When it comes to preparing for Ramadan, most people start getting checklists ready, dusting off their Qur’an, and finding ways to do more during the blessed month.
I know the overwhelm (and guilt!) that comes with a Ramadan to-do list the length of your arm that never gets fully ticked off, despite all your good intentions. And I know the challenge that comes with somehow miraculously doing it all along with your current responsibilities.
Oooooh, I’ve been there!
There’s a less stressful way to maximise the benefits and blessings of Ramadan: Focusing on how you are on the inside.
When you’re in a good internal space and when your negative self-talk is non-existent, you see positive results — in your behaviour, in your choices, and in your actions. How you are on the inside has a mahoosive impact on the things you do.
And that’s why I teach you a unique inside-out approach to Ramadan.
I’m LaYinka Sanni, the founder of Evolve & Emerge, where I help Muslim women + teens use the power of their minds to have real, long-lasting positive change their lives.
After many years of feeling mentally and spiritually unprepared before Ramadan, and feeling bad about it, I knew something needed something had to change, and it needed to start within.
Through the course, I teach you all I’ve learned and applied to have the most connected and overwhelm-free Ramadans in my 14+ years of practising Islam.
Before the course I felt anxious at the thought of Ramadan, not being able to achieve what I want or reach my goals. The course took away the conventional checklist of having to do so & so but rather focusing on quality. It taught me how to focus more on reconnecting with Allah.
As a result, I didn’t count the days wishing for them to be over I worked at a steady pace and felt more content within myself.
I didn’t dread the days!
Before starting, I was totally and utterly lost. I didn’t even have a plan in mind, can you believe it! I saw myself failing again and felt very anxious as I felt Ramadan was approaching fast and here I was totally not ready to embrace this blessed month!
The best way to describe it would be like the cool breeze and shade you would desire on a hot summers day and when you’re under the shade and this breeze arrives you feel a sense of relief, happiness and inner peace… and nothing else matters then and there. That moment describes how I felt when I started the course.
2018 was by far one of the best Ramadans.
— Umm H.
I’d felt frustrated with myself that another Ramadhan is just days away and I didn’t feel excited or prepared. The course made me realise I don’t need to be so harsh on myself or set my Ramadhan goals based on what I feel I ‘should’ be doing. I can focus on what I ‘could’ be doing.
One of the greatest insights I got is that it’s okay to be where I am right now, and simply strive from this point.