GREETINGS, YOU ARE INVITED TO ATTEND:

THE 3RD ANNUAL MOTHER WIT CONFERENCE
“Healing In Our Own Way, In Our Own Time & On Our Own Terms”
A Power-Full Day of Healing & Transformation
(Saturday, May 21, 2016 from 9:30am to 5:00pm)

Image from Mother Wit Conference 2014

We are excited to invite YOU to join us for another power-full experience of healing and transformation. On Saturday, May 21, 2016 from 9:30am to 5:00pm, the community will gather at John Wesley UMC located at 260 Quincy Avenue, Brooklyn, New York to engage in A FULL DAY of sharing, learning, releasing and healing.

The 3rd Annual Mother Wit Conference will offer attendees a safe and engaging environment to give voice to the reproductive health experiences that are often left unspoken and unaddressed. These experiences include infertility, miscarriage, abortion and post-partum depression/psychosis and must be released to break the cycle of silence and to initiate the healing journey for the women and men who have been impacted by them. The conference will also provide a forum to explore and restore the traditions and healing practices that provide balance, support and alignment for individuals, families & communities.

Early Bird Discount/Registration: CLICK HERE

The organizers for Mother Wit 2016 have designed A FULL DAY of activities and experiential processes that will promote the exchange of stories, ideas and energy, through inspirational words, workshops and presentations lead by some of the most brilliant academics, healers and practitioners in the field of reproductive health. There will be vendors offering healing products and services, a “womb museum” displaying information, images and artistic renderings in honor of the womb AND a “Red Tent” Healing Space created to support mind, body and spirit release and restoration.

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