Women’s Holistic Healing Summit (DC) March 31 2018
The Green Life Learning Center in partnership with Howard University’s Department of Pediatrics presents the Women’s Holistic Healing Summit (WHHS) Saturday March 31st 2018. The WHHS is a day of exhibitions, health screenings, lectures, workshops and seminars about holistic health practices for women of all ages.
Natural-Birth, Midwives & Doulas. Natural Birth Support Services
Kids Can Cook! Healthy food choices for children
Girls Grown Up: Adolescent support services & mental health clinic Wombniversal Health Care: Reproductive Health Services
Fit to be You: Yoga, Zumba, Kickboxing and other exercise demos through the day Eat to Live: Free samples of healthy drinks and vegan foods
Cannabis Based Therapy: Cannabis Educational Seminar
Natural Beauty: Hair and body DIY treatment demos
Balance Thy Chakra: Reiki & Guided Meditations
VIP Charity Luncheon : All Proceeds go towards HUH Boarder Babies Project.
We expect at least 50 woman owned businesses to participate as vendors, and will advertise on radio and print media to the DC commuter and metropolitan area. We anticipate over a thousand participants attending throughout the day, and will live stream to an international audience.
ABOUT THE GREEN LIFE
The Green Life Learning Center is an online resource center committed to educating the community through agriculture, nutrition, holistic, and economic courses on the numerous ways we can experience sustainable life. Founded by Jay Mills in 2016, educational seminars have been conducted in LA, Oakland, Las Vegas, Washington DC, and numerous locations in Jamaica, West Indies.
ABOUT THE BOARDER BABY PROJECT
A “boarder baby” is defined as any pediatric patient who remains hospitalized without medical problems to justify the prolonged stay. US Department of Health and Human Services reports 10,000 “boarder babies” are deserted yearly in hospitals nationwide. The Howard University Boarder Babies Program was established in 1989, to provide support services for children born in unstable home environments.