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The Balance Project - Self Love & Wellness Workshop


Sun 23 Jun 2019, 1:00pm–5:30pm

Where: Mustard Folk Studio, 3 Douglas Square, Rongotea, Palmerston North

Restrictions: R18

Ticket Information:

  • SPECIAL General Admission with Wellness Pack: $156.23 ($149.00 + $7.23 fees)
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Listed by: justybackhome

Hosted by Justine from My Balance Project, this workshop will give you the tools needed to kick start your self love journey, deal with negative self talk and change your mindset.

Over this 5hr session, Justine will share her personal experience of changing her relationship with food (and herself), losing 30kgs, getting to a place of self acceptance and the steps needed to get there. This will be a small group workshop environment, with numbers limited to 20 women so that we can collaborate in an intimate space. These workshops are an investment in your future that will supply valuable tools to help you regain confidence in yourself, improve your health and stick to it.

Guests will receive a Wellness Pack (goodie bag) valued at $100 plus Food & drinks are included in the workshop price, to be enjoyed in the beautiful space at Mustard Folk Studio.

One Day - June 23
4.5hrs, covering;
Module One: The Mindset Shift
Module Two: Mindfulness, Positivity & Gratitude
Module Three: Self Love & Gaining Confidence
Module Four: Balance Guide to Eating

You will leave the workshop with a wellness pack which will include your workshop handout full of tips, notes & content, nutritionist supplied recipe cards and sponsor supplied goodies to help you on your journey. You will also gain access and be welcomed with open arms to a community of like minded women who are all on the same path. This is an investment in yourself worth making.

Ticket Upgrade Option:
Add an Awesome Inc Resilience & Gratitude Journal to be collected at the first workshop.
These journals are recommended but not mandatory.

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