Time & Location
Nov 10, 2023, 6:00 PM – 7:00 PM CST
About the event
Every day you should wake up like "Thank Yah, I'm a woman". If you don't, and if any of the normal stages of life have got you feeling less than empowered- It's Time to Get Yo' Groove Back. You don't have to feel bloated during that time of the month. You don't have to have hot flashes sis. Adult acne- it has a name because it's abnormal. Yes, you can prevent and shrink tumors and cysts without surgery and all the works. Yes Yah created all these herbs so you could be healed- and yes I'm going to spill all the tea!
The statistics around Black women's reproductive health are discouraging.
- Black women are 2.9 times more likely to die while giving birth than White women. (CDC)
- 84 percent of African American women will have fibroids during their reproductive years. (ncbi.nlm.gov)
- African-American women, compared with Caucasian women, are 2–3 times more likely to have a clinical diagnosis of uterine leiomyoma, and are twice as likely to have a hysterectomy for leiomyomas and to have the hysterectomy at an earlier age. (ncbi.nlm.gov)
- Black women are 40% more likely than white women to die from breast cancer and they tend to have more aggressive forms of breast cancers. (CDC)
* Did you know that approximately 1 in 8 couples in the United States face challenges with infertility?
* Black infants have a 2x higher infant mortality rate than white infants.
* PCOS affects up to 10% of women worldwide.
* Approximately 1 in 10 women of reproductive age suffers from endometriosis.
* Women are at a higher risk of osteoporosis due to hormonal changes during menopause.
Now, let's delve deeper into a critical topic that often remains in the shadows. Modern medicine's approach to women's reproductive health can sometimes be a double-edged sword. While it offers some solutions, it can also be laden with concerns.
If you are a black woman and you are reading this, there is a good chance that you or someone you know is going through, or has gone through, one of these conditions. This is why I feel awareness is so important. From the time a girl begins her period, she should be made aware of not only the changes going on in her body, but the symptoms that she should look out for. What are the foods that she should be eating, what are the chemicals that she should avoid and why? How can herbs support her growing body?
Together, We Heal, Empower, and Thrive
This is a conversation that should be echoed throughout the entire world as more and more women are suffering from infertility, fibroids, PCOS, endometriosis and other disorders of the reproductive system. I'm starting the conversation and I encourage to join me. Fortunately, our herbal friends can aid in our body's ability to stay, strong and nourished, while also addressing some of the concerns that we may have when our body is out of alignment. Join me November 10th at 7 PM EST for an hour informative and interactive class replay.
During our Class You will
- Understand the female anatomy & bodily processes using detailed illustrations
- Explore natural sources of iron, estrogen and progesterone
- Discover how to balance and strengthen the uterus
- Learn herbal remedies for all stages of life from menstruation, pregnancy, postpartum and menopause
You'll be watching the private recording of the 1 hour class, but I'll be there live to answer any additional questions!
Our class is usually priced at $99, but for this special occasion, we're offering a "Friday Movie Night" rate of just $25.
Prices are subject to change so don't wait until the last minute!
Invite your sisters, mothers, daughters, and friends to join this vital conversation.
The more we empower women, the stronger our community becomes.
Knowledge is indeed power, and together, we can make a real difference in our lives and the lives of those we cherish.
Secure your spot now!