Essence Of A Woman ~ Health, Wellness & Empowerment Conference ~ March 15, 2014 in Atlanta

 

The Essence of a Woman: Health, Wellness & Empowerment Conference was inspired by Dawn Loney Causey in 2013. This forum was created to bring awareness of holistic, healthy living opportunities to the residents of the Atlanta Metropolitan area.  Register Now to attend this FREE event.

Known as one of Atlanta’s premier health and wellness conferences, The Essence Conference provides attendees with free health screenings, movement classes, empowerment speakers and access to all natural products and services. Attendees will also learn methods to enhance their physical, mental and spiritual being, which will help them to live a holistic and healthy lifestyle.

Dawn Loney Causey, the host and Founder of this powerful and inspiring conference was born in California and has traveled extensively around the world, as her father served in the Armed Forces. She is Founder of the Essence Of A Woman: Health, Wellness & Empowerment Conference and host of the new WEBTv Radio Show “Remarkable Essence”, which will launch April 2014. Dawn is also the founder and Executive Director of a youth program called “Danciquette” which combines dance technique and etiquette for children ages 3-12. Children are able to learn the importance of self-esteem, body movement and self-image. She has also facilitated conferences and workshops on dance ministry, health and wellness. Her many gifts and roles have equipped her to educate, encourage and empower others to utilize their unique God-given gifts to make a difference.

Dawn received her a Master’s in Public Administration from Troy State University and B.S degree in Computer Science from South Carolina State University. She currently resides in Ellenwood, Georgia, with her husband, Milton and has twin children, Nubia and Marsalis.

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