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3rd Annual Black Women's Wellness Conference- Guest Speakers

  • 1436 Oretha Castle Haley Boulevard New Orleans, LA, 70113 United States (map)

We are excited to be Guest Speakers on this years Panel at the 3rd Annual Black Women’s Wellness Conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Conference Details

What does it mean to be spiritually WELL? Are you READY for the next level in your spiritual journey? Do you want to DEEPEN your sense of meaning and purpose?

The 3rd Annual Black Women's Wellness Conference is back and bigger than before! Join us as we focus on spiritual wellness, "Reconnecting our Spirits: Moving from Religion to Relationship." For many Black women, their faith allows them to cope with life's challenges while providing a sense of meaning and purpose. Simultaneously, "the church" can be a source of trauma, oppression, and shame. This year, we will explore what it means to be spiritually well, in a judgement free zone, as we connect, heal, and grow together! For more information: Join the official Black Women's Wellness Conference 2019 Facebook community to receive weekly inspiration and conference updates! #BWWC19

Topics will include:

The "Black Church" and Mental Health

Spirituality/Religion as Coping

Spirituality/Religion as Trauma

Alternative Spiritual Practices (i.e., Energy Work, Meditation, Mindfulness)

Traditional African Spirituality

All Registration levels Include:

Conference Admission & Booklet

Lunch and Hors ‘d'oeuvres 

Access to Wellness Lane Vendors

Closing Networking Reception

VIP Tickets and Early Bird Discounts are available!!

The Black Women’s Wellness Conference was established in 2016 as an annual wellness event designed to promote mental health and wellbeing among Black women. Each year our themes focus on a particular aspect of wellness that informs, inspires, and ignites Black women to take their wellness to the next level.

Past Themes:

2018: (Re)Claiming our Bodies, Renewing our Minds, Reconnecting our Spirits

2017: Removing the Mask of The Strong Black Woman

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Deep Healing Retreat