well-being for women presents
Health from Within
It is with great pleasure we announce the upcoming Well-being for Women events in Sydney.
This series of workshops will focus on the many aspects of living life as women, exploring topics that have perhaps not been a typical topic of conversation with your friends.
Anxiety and Stress are at epidemic levels in today’s society and are therefore often a daily issue to contend with as most people are experiencing some level of anxiety and stress in their lives. So much so that many who experience anxiety have come to feel this is their normal - as such we will be exploring this further on Sunday 27th May.
Do you feel like you are doing it alone in relationships? We all have many relationships in our lives, relationships with friends, partners, family, colleagues and so many more. Given this, why can it feel like we are doing it alone? This workshop will discuss the many aspects getting in the way of deeper honesty, intimacy, connection and communication in our many relationships. Join us on Sunday 1st July for this discussion on how to support ourselves to bring more realness to our relationships.
WHEN: Sunday 27th May & 1st July
WHERE: Woollahra Library (Event Space B)
Level 1, 451 New South Head Road, Double Bay
PARKING: There are many options locally - the closest to the venue is 1 Kiaora Road, additional options are listed on the Woollahra Council website
BOOKINGS: Bookings are essential. Please register here.
For further information about the events please email firstname.lastname@example.org or
call 0412 187 458
INVESTMENT: $30 per workshop
TIME/REGISTRATION: 10.30am - 1.30pm
(Registration commences at 10.15am)
Download the Well-being for Women 2018 Flyer
What many women have shared about attending these presentations is the enormous benefit of being inspired by learning from one another and our combined experiences.
“It is very profound when a group of women come together, with a shared intention, and this one being of ‘well-being’. There is no one better or less, but an open and supportive environment to express how we truly feel – even if there are moments of tears. It’s coming back to building trust between us as women, something that we have all been missing.” Arianne