Self-Care Education at the Black Women’s Expo
Thousands of African American Women have gathered at The Black Women’s Expo (BWE) for 21-years to learn, teach and grow personally and professionally. This year, The Love Tour 2015 has cherry picked experts in wellness and personal development to empower attendees to engage in daily self-care regimens for optimal health and performance.
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March 23, 2015 – Chicago, IL – African American Women are nurtures, caring for children, spouses and our communities. But what happens when our cup is empty? Join us Sunday, March 29, 2015 at 4 pm for the panel discussion, “Self-Care and Self-Love for African American Women.”
The Love Tour 2015 brings to BWE a self-care panel with nearly 50-years of combined expertise in personal development. These powerful African American Women entrepreneurs will reveal why self-love is essential to well-being, and why primary foods® like relationships, physical activity and spirituality feed us, filling our cups so love overflows, allowing us to support others from our surplus instead of our reserve.
Your panel host Versandra Kennebrew is a Holistic Health Expert and co-author of “I Love Me: The Ultimate Self-Care Guide for Healing Artists.” She is the resident holistic health expert of radio programs in Atlanta and New York. As the founder of The Love Tour 2015, she and her Love Tour Ambassadors plan to engage healing artists and health enthusiasts in 30-cities across the U.S. and Canada in a challenge to make self-care activities priority to prevent burn-out and compassion fatigue.
Panelist Kimle Nailer is the founder of Positive SISTERS in Detroit, MI. She is an author and coach to executive women. Her passion is supporting women with building self-esteem and embracing their inner-qualities and the essence of their beauty. She has shared the platform with world-renown thought leaders and travels extensively providing workshops and retreats.
Panelist Marguerite Wright has served the Chicago area as a Certified Herbalist for more than 15-years. She offers an on-line certified herbalist program. In her private spa in Homewood IL, she provides health consultations, therapeutic massage, herbal wraps and aromatherapy.
Panelist Jacqueline Carson is the owner of Temple Fitness and for nearly 15-years she has been a Certified Personal Trainer and Health Advisor to Chicago area hospitals, health and faith based organizations. Her most recent project, Health Ministry in a Box is a 12-month Done-For-You kit that she hopes will make the vision of a healthy church reality.
This power-packed panel discussion is free to BWE ticket holders, visit http://www.blackwomensexpo.com for the complete schedule of events.