Soul Sweat (TM)
  • Public
  • Organized by Queen Afua
  • Saturday 12 January, 08:00 AM

The Birth of The Soul Sweat (TM):
I've been sweating for many moons; seeking to find that still quiet place of inner peace while living in the city. For over 20 years, I have frequented Native American Sweat Lodges as a form of natural healing and spiritual empowerment, which inspired me to bring forth the "Soul Sweat". I wanted to share healing wi th others so that they could sweat out the poisons that we name dis-ease. The "Soul Sweat" is a system of cleansing and sweating that is centered aroundbvarious hot rooms that will detoxify the entire system on a physical, mental, and spiritual level. It is the attitude, which makes a 'Soul Sweat(TM)' work. As you enter the Soul Sweat (steam room) to detox, one visualize one's life cleansing through the element of fire. See yourself burning up negative thoughts, actions, attitudes, and conditions. You're purifying your life on a soulful level. Surrender your deep-seated hurt, anger, and rage, as you sweat your soul, body and mind into alignment, leaving you with a sense of calm and serenity. As you perform this work of healing, know that you are reconstructing and rebuilding your body Temple to its originslnform of Divinity. Allow your addictions to purge out through your skin, the largest organ for elimination in the body.
~Queen Afua


Saturday 12 January, 08:00 AM

till Monday 14 January 11:00 AM


Brooklyn Banya 602 Coney Island Avenue Brooklyn US

Queen Afua

  • Event's organizer

Queen Afua has over 40 years experience as a holistic health practitioner and wellness coach. A pioneer in the green foods movement, Queen Afua is the author of 5 best selling books, the creator of the Heal Thyself product line, Founder of Sacred Woman Rites Of Passage Program and CEO of the Queen Afua Wellness Center.  Queen Afua has devoted her life to fighting the overwhelmingly high rates of hysterectomies, fibroids, hypertension, and other diseases by teaching people how to understa...

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