Tuesday, January 26, 2010

City of Wellness Settled Across The Pond?



Queen Afua, the one who spawned the Heal Thyself Center, Heal Thyself 21-Day Fast, Sacred Woman Initiation, City of Wellness and Queen Afua Wellness Institute, is known for her travels to global destinations to profess the power of a natural and holistic lifestyle for total body, mind and spirit wellness. She’s broadcast her message on television and radio. She’s arranged numerous teleconferences that keep the momentum going and hosted countless fasting shut-ins in and out of New York City. Queen Afua had been a resident of Brooklyn, and Heal Thyself Center a/k/a City of Wellness a fixture at 106 Kingston Avenue in the Crown Heights section of Brooklyn for over 25 years. But no more, as many have observed in recent months.

It is official: Queen Afua pulled stakes and relocated to London, England.
A long time partner said she “was in shock…no one told her anything.” She now pays her monthly space rent to Ken Bey, Esq., a lawyer and businessman who is authorized by Ida Robinson, the property owner and mother to Queen Afua.

Though one will hear Queen Afua’s voice on the outgoing message at 718 221 HEAL, she moved to London November 2009. Two newer employees who were responsible for promotion and sales left October 2009. Visit 106 Kingston Avenue and make note the Health Thyself Center and City of Wellness signage are removed. The space is available for rental. One source explains “The 40% share of revenue on top of the rent charge makes deals prohibitive.”

Actually, she moves between New York and London. Sunday, January 10 2010 the winter fasting shut-in was at Grace Family Health Center in Canarsie, Brooklyn; Saturday, January 23, 2010 Queen Afua will lead the Women’s Healing Soul Sweat and January 13 – February 3, she will run Setting up a Home Detox Spa at The Open Center in Soho. Customers who purchased product online will have their orders fulfilled. The timing of which is in process.

A Sacred Woman initiate and Kemetic priest remarks on the state of relations between Queen Afua and the many priests and Sacred Woman initiates, “Perhaps there is bad blood running if no one is there to take the work forward in her absence."

Queen Afua is an innovator and reframer of the wellness discourse. She and her diehard naturalists will be missed but it’s a sure bet that she won’t abandon New York altogether. Stay in contact with her by telephone 718 473 0677, 718 221 HEAL or online www.queenafua.com.

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