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An Exclusive Event for Women!

Sunday 19th April, 2015 11-4pm

This event has been created to support women and give inspiration in all areas of our lives. 

We have over 15 businesses for you to browse through in a market style.

Connecting with fabulous women and finding inspiration where you need it.

There will also be 6 workshops you can attend.


Schedule of workshops

11:30am – Personal Styling - Debra Perrett - Determine your own personal style for your business and personal wardrobe

12.00pm - "Basically Yours' Fashion Label - Di Mason - A range of simple stylish fashion basics

12:30pm – Cooking with the Thermomix - Kelly Colthurst (Thermomix) -                                                                                                                                          See the Thermomix in action, how easy it is to make nutritious dishes full of flavour simply and easily.

1:30pm – Young Living Essential Oils - Claire Haywood of Devine Health - Natures Medicine ChestLearn how to use                              essential oils in your everyday life for you and your family.

2:15pm – Carolyn King of EmpowerKin – Learn about Kinesiology and how it can Empower your Life!

3:00pm – Live Laugh Love Coaching - Chez Pollock - Will inspire and empower you to become who “You” want to be and do!


1.30-3.30pm – High Tea (Cost $10) – Enjoy a 3 piece High Tea experience brought to you by Sam Brand – Cake Revolution


NB: Please indicate the workshops you wish to attend when booking your ticket 20 spaces available per workshop


Be a part of an event designed to ‘Empower’ you and give you insight into Wellness. All while helping you discover your Purpose and living a life filled with Abundance!

https://www.stickytickets.com.au/24708

1 George Rae Avenue Harkaway VIC 3806, Australia

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Justine Buckley
Justine Buckley
0448 400 126

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