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The Balance Project - Womens Wellness Conversation

When:

Thu 19 Jul 2018, 7:00pm–9:30pm

Where: The Canape Room, 141 Thorndon Quay, Wellington

Restrictions: All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • General Admission: $53.23 ($49.00 + $4.23 fees)
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Listed by: justybackhome

Join speakers Justine Shera, Sara Quilter and Courtney Durr in a conversation about women’s wellness, health, self love & balance.

This will be an open conversation where we encourage you to participate and ask questions.

Following our speaker conversation, we invite you to stay & relax in the beautiful space of The Canape Room and enjoy some delicious, nutritious food supplied by The Canape Company & Half Baked Catering. There will also be drinks supplied by sponsors Villa Maria & Good Buzz Kombucha.

You will take home a fab goodie bag valued at $100, sponsored by Whaiora, Karen Murrell, I Love Food Co & Pics Peanut Butter.

Program:
6.45pm - Arrival & Welcome
7.00pm - Speakers begin
8.30pm - End of formal program - supper & drinks
9.30pm - Event ends

Our Speakers:
Justine is a mother, wife, professional & small business owner. After reaching rock bottom in her wellness and headspace in April last year, Justine started to make changes to her life and has lost 32ks to date by adopting a sustainable, whole foods approach whilst learning to love & accept herself. She was able to alter her mindset on nutrition and health and started her blog, My Balance Project, to allow others to share in her journey every step of the way. Justine will be speaking about her life-changing journey, nutrition, creating balance and the art of being kind to yourself.

Courtney Durr is an adventurer, a lover of life, and the founder of Body Love NZ. She has a background in sports and personal training but through years in the gym industry, she felt that health was focused too much on diet and exercise and not enough on mental health and self-acceptance. So she quit the “get results, lose weight, tone up” marketing line targeted at women’s insecurities, and directed her energy towards developing a strong, healthy, compassionate mind in females through the vehicle of fitness and a positive community. Courtney wants women to realize the power that each of them possesses because it is with this self-confidence and this knowledge of their self-worth, they can go on to make waves in this world.

Sara is the doer of the things and thinker of the thoughts at Tailor Skincare. She’s an unofficial psychologist, proud dog mum to Loui the mini schnauzer, avid tea drinker, aspiring yogini, self confessed brunch addict and someone who’s mildly inappropriate after wine. After beginning production of Tailor Skincare with a cake mixer and minimum wage salary, Sara has turned this handmade garage project into a full scalable entity with the use of social media and contract manufacturing to meet demand. Recently she has pushed Tailor Skincare into NZ retail, ranging across Farmers and selected Life Pharmacy retail outlets. Going forward Sara has the intention of continuing growth by exploring offshore opportunity for Tailor and continuing to innovate in the natural skincare market.

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