Singer-songwriter and entrepreneur, LeAnne Dlamini, shares her women-empowerment movement passion project and her love for BODYTEC.
With her fast-growing passion project, End Girl Hate, taking off in Canada, Botswana, and South Africa, this singer-songwriter, entrepreneur, and busy mom of two beautiful girls, hardly has time to work out.
After spotting a post about BODYTEC on social media, LeAnne was intrigued by the idea of EMS training and has been a member at the BODYTEC Bryanston studio ever since. “EMS training at BODYTEC helps me achieve the results I want in a short amount of time as I don’t have much [free] time,” LeAnne says.
She was born and raised in Eldorado Park, Johannesburg, with two hardworking parents and a younger brother, whom she says contributed to her happy childhood filled with beautiful memories of music and dancing.
Her love of the arts led her to study music at The National School of Arts in Braamfontein and inevitably helped her launch the successful music career she has today. But when she’s not recording music, writing a new song, or spending quality time with friends and family, LeAnne can be found, working hard at inspiring sisterhood in schools, and among women in the corporate space.
As an NGO, LeAnne says that sometimes End Girl Hate is quite financially limited, which means that they can’t always help as many people as they’d like but that she loves having the opportunity to connect with women from all walks of life, around the world.
Learn more about LeAnne and End Girl Hate on endgirlhate.com or follow her on social media via the following links:
LeAnne trains at BODYTEC Bryanston.