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Queen Afua

Queen Afua is the founder of Queen Afua Wellness Center and is an internationally renowned best-selling author, holistic wellness entrepreneur, and highly sought after natural health practitioner.

With more than 40 years of experience, Queen Afua has built a wellness empire that also includes the Global City of Wellness Institute, the Phenomenal Woman of Wellness School, and the Heal Thyself School.

Additionally, she has published five critically acclaimed books, including Heal Thyself: For Health & Longevity; Sacred Woman: A Guide to Healing the Feminine Body, Mind, and Spirit; and City of Wellness: Restoring Your Health Through the Seven Kitchens of Consciousness.

Her writing has also appeared in many national and international publications, including Essence magazine and Caribbean Life, and she has appeared on numerous television and radio shows.

Her DVD, Nutrition Kitchen, teaches hands-on techniques that explore food as natural medicine, while her Dance of the Womb™ instructional program and DVD is composed of 25 sacred movements designed to aid in the prevention of womb abnormalities. Queen Afua has also developed a music ministry called Maat-Kheru (Sacred Voices), which has produced the Sacred Woman Medicine Song CD. 

Queen Afua has lectured at UNESCO, NASA, the National Coalition of 100 Black Women, Tuskegee University, the University of the Virgin Islands, as well as many other universities and institutions throughout the country to support the cause of helping women take more control of their health and wellness.

She has received many awards and recognitions for her work, including the prestigious Ankh Award from Jewels of Aton (now The Shrine of Ptah) in New York City; the key to the city in Memphis, Tennessee for her outstanding work with uplifting women of color internationally; two city council citations from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and the New York City Department of Health’s Honor of Recognition for her work in the field of woman’s wellness.

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