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Welcome to The Concrete Rose where healed people heal people.The Concrete Rose was created to provide a safe place to heal your mind, body and spirit through radical self-care and community connections. We actively work to maintain the grounding energy within our environment. We are a JUDGEMENT FREE zone. We provide every member with a variety rituals, techniques, information, and activities to help guide them through their healing journey regardless of where they are in life!
By 2053, we aim to normalize mental wellness and provide support to over 1,000 black & brown members with mindful self-care practices that help overcome stress, anxiety, depression and fear in order to show up as their best selves. What are some benefits of self-care practices?
Recommitment to self
Increased Self Awareness
Cooperation & Collaboration within Community
Today we curate self-care experiences for both in-person and via our online shop. We are normalizing self-care for professionals of color seeking relief from burnout, stress and anxiety. You will achieve self actualization through guided action steps to reach your goals.
*INTENTIONAL SIDE AFFECT OF MINDFUL SELF-CARE: Acknowledgment of personal power, encouraging decisiveness and open communication are all potential outcomes leading to your overall growth.
We operate with good intentions in all that we do so we’re only pouring good energy back into our community. We source our inventory with local & small businesses when we are not making our products in house via small batches.
*Doterra is a trusted essential oil supplier used for custom orders.
Glow from the inside out with these golden Gwell treats. We love when we can snack with a purpose! Known to improve strength, boost immunity, balance hormones, prevent inflammation, and enhance skin vibrancy. One of the functional treat we know and love to carry for a great grab n' go snack.
Did you know?
80% of Women Recognize Value of Self-Nurture, Yet Few Care for Selves as They Care for Others. In addition to that, African American women are 60 percent more likely to have high blood pressure than non-Hispanic white women, according to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Minority Health. They are also more likely to have hypertension than Black men—which means Black women are one of the highest risk groups for high blood pressure in the nation.
DISCLAIMER: Though no one seeking support will be turned away, our services will be prioritized for WOC, which may require us to provide referrals to other skilled practitioners to support your needs.
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