About the Founder, Ca-Asia Lane
Ca-Asia is a retired United States Army Commissioned Officer, originally from New York City. She has over 20 years of leadership service and 20+ years of Christian dance ministry experience. Ca-Asia earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Liberal Arts and Education. She is also a graduate of Georgetown University’s Master of Executive Leadership (EML) program.
Ca-Asia is the founder of wHolyPraise Dance LLC and WPDM Publishers. Her passion is to help others identify with the uniqueness of dance and to communicate such expressions of love through creative worship. Her military assignments have afforded her the opportunity to serve as a liturgical dance leader within churches in Georgia, Hawaii, Colorado and Virginia.
In 2005 upon her return from Operation Iraqi Freedom, Ca-Asia founded and established wHolyPraise Dance, a ministry dedicated to reaching people through the wonderful power of creative movement and worship. In May 2012 Ca-Asia opened WP Dance & Movement Studio—a dance studio for the community where, “people can dance like no one’s watching.” Her academic studies at Georgetown allotted her the opportunity to travel to Cape Town South Africa where she and academic colleagues partnered with Cape Town Church of Christ, providing workshops to over sixty education and government leaders, focusing on understanding the voice of the people within Elsiesrivier community.
Ca-Asia travels frequently throughout the United States and internationally, providing instruction and mentorship in the area of dance ministry and leadership. Ca-Asia is a Regent University student, studying Organizational Leadership. She is also the author of Free to Dance, A Suicide Survivor’s Memoir and Changing The Dance, Leadership Nuggets for Dance Ministry Leaders.