The 2017 Harlem Holistic Wellness Week (HHWW) Celebration will focus on holistic health and wellness options for woman. The event will bring awareness to the many natural and holistic options that can address health and the improvement of the quality of life. Due to the many questions surrounding health care, a number of people of all ages are looking for natural ways to maintain health and wellness. The Theme of this year’s wellness week is “Discovering Wellness Options for Women: Now You Know”.
HHWW always begins on the last Saturday in April to coincide with World Tai Chi Day an international wellness movement where thousands of people in cities throughout the world start practicing breathing and energy movement exercises at the same time in relationship to the time zone in each country. During the wellness exercises and programs on that day the meditative focus is on universal awareness of wellness and world peace.
Research has shown that when large numbers of people focus on the same concept around the same time, the possibility of the manifestation of that concept into reality is greatly increased. On every last Saturday in April the universal energy of wellness and world peace is very strong and continues to develop each year as the collective consciousness concerning health and wellness grows on that day.
The universal mental energy of wellness provides a spiritual foundation for the annual start of the week-long holistic wellness awareness campaign that takes place in Harlem the most well-known urban community in the world. Saturday April 29th is the starting date for HHWW 2017.
The Harlem Community News www.harlemcommunitynews.com and WHCR 90.3FM/ www.whcr.org will be the lead media partners for this year’s week-long wellness celebration promoting the wellness events and the participating organizations, businesses and practitioners who provide holistic wellness options for individuals seeking a holistic approach to health and well-being.
For further information on the 2017 Harlem Holistic Wellness Week celebration send an email to email@example.com or call 646 329-6727
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