When we’re overworked, potentially seasonally depression (go away snow), overwhelmed, any reprieve feels like a light at the end of a tunnel. Self-care is a simple answer for the emotional, mental, and physical burnout that we all frequently experience as women. Self-Care comes in many forms. While it’s not all bath bombs, that feels GOOD sometimes. Here’s where the Women’s Health Center comes in:
This legislative session has been TOUGH for women’s health. Support reproductive rights and justice in West Virginia while treating yourself to some well-deserved rest and relaxation at:
March 24, 2018
1:00-6:00 PM @ The Folded Leaf
1020 Bridge Rd | Charleston, WV
Self-Care Saturday will feature a holistic day of self-care activities including yoga, meditation, massage therapy, manicures, fitness and nutrition advice/consultation, speakers, and more!
Participate in yoga classes, guided meditation, health and nutrition advice, seated chair massage, manicures, self-care presentations, silent auction access and entry to win a door prize. (Seated chair massages and manicures are first come, first serve.) Lunch will be provided by local eateries including Lola’s, The Block, and Rock City Cakes.
Our inspiring speakers include:
Dr. Shannon Smith Maxey, M.D. -- Award-Winning Pediatrician and Founder of Own Your Focus and Aila Accad, MSN, RN -- Award-winning International Speaker, Best-Selling Author, Life Health Coach, and Stress Expert
All funds raised will go to benefit the Women’s Health Center of West Virginia (WHC), our state’s only nonprofit, full-service reproductive health center and last remaining abortion provider. Needs are urgent as funding cuts, anti-choice politicians, and the recent passage of Senate Joint Resolution 12 make the need for community support for WHC more important than ever. Help us continue providing essential reproductive health care to the thousands of women we serve.
Can’t make it but still want to support WHC? Visit www.whcwva.com and make a monthly gift today! No amount is too small to make a difference. Women's Health Center of West Virginia is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. All gifts are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.
For more information, call Katie Quinonez at (304) 344-9841 or email here.