Noire Wellness launches community wellness hub for Fibroids
November 20, 2017
Newly established wellness brand Noire Wellness has launched its first community wellness hub tackling fibroids amongst women of African and African Caribbean decent.
Women living with fibroids, have been invited to a full day of informative and engaging physical activities, workshops and live demonstrations to help manage womb health conditions and reduce the effects of fibroids.
According to charitable incorporated organisation The Lake Foundation, Fibroids is more common in black women with an estimated 55-80% of black women affected. Noire Wellness joins the many health advocates battling for wider recognition of the problems caused by fibroids, noncancerous growths on the uterus such as bloating, discomfort and heavy menstrual bleeding.
Since supporting their chosen charity to help improve the health and wellness of African and African Caribbean communities in the UK, Noire Wellness have observed a rising battle amongst women who are suffering in silence with a lack of support and information on a holistic approach to managing their condition.
“We’re happy to begin the provision of a wellness experience inspired by Africa and the Caribbean for women living with fibroids to share information, connect with others and rejuvenate in order to help manage and reduce the effects of fibroids”, said Candice Bryan, Noire Wellness CEO & Founder.
After their successful 12 week pilot hub last year, which received incredible reviews, Noire Wellness have started their health series focusing on fibroids and have plans to programme diabetes, sickle cell and lupus hubs in the future. Held at Wiseworks in Harrow, the event aims to attract up to 50 women from London with some travelling from the West Midlands and will bring together leading wellness practitioners and thought-leaders on diet & lifestyle, raw foods, mental wellness, yoni eggs and steaming, smai (African) yoga, breathing and stress release and more.
“Wiseworks is delighted to host this wonderful day of activities. We look forward to developing an excellent working relationship with the wellness project as part of our programme of community support”, said Simon Potter, Wiseworks Manager.
With drug marketers planning a great deal of education and fibroids awareness seemingly on the rise, Noire Wellness aim to provide a wellness experience that not only helps women to rejuvenate, but explore a holistic approach to managing the condition.
“Being well and balanced is giving importance to allowing your body to engage in its natural recovery. Massage therapy and beauty treatments are not a luxury but a necessity for wellbeing”, said Tanya Tito, Tanya Kay Beauty Lifestyle CEO who will be giving soothing massages in the rejuvenation lounge on the day.
With a ‘Mindful Zone’, ‘Natures Lab’, ‘Wisdom Wonders’, Rejuvenation Lounge’ and exhibitors space their first hub is set to authentically help women living with fibroids to discover a wellness experience inspired by the tropical islands and the motherland whilst helping to manage and reduce the effects of fibroids.