Posts tagged Womens Group
46. Sistar Love & Female Empowerment with Shelley Parris Williams
 
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Each week I ask each of my guests to tell me the best piece of advice a woman has ever told them

Each week I ask each of my guests to tell me the best piece of advice a woman has ever told them

This weeks guest on HER Conversations is Shelley Parris Williams, Creatress of The Womb Sanctuary. Her organisation provides private coaching, community and safe spaces for women. 

Shelley shares about her own transition from 9-5 to the work she does now, The books and documentaries that inspired her and the yoga pose that sparked an intense breakthrough not only physically but spiritually. 

Also as a workshop facilitator, Shelley is able to see firsthand the deeply ingrained mistrust most women hold towards each other tells me about the ways she helps to dissolve this. 

This episode is full of powerful proclamations that are right on time for the changes we are experiencing in society and a great start to 2019. 

Find out more about Shelley here thewombsanctuary.com

43. The Art Of Love with Kathe Izzo
 
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Each week I ask the women what is the piece of advice a woman has ever given them

Each week I ask the women what is the piece of advice a woman has ever given them

In this HER Conversations I am speaking to an Artist, Healer, Author Mother/Grandmother, Coach, Teacher , the Creator of LoveElixir and the Founder of The MA Platform. 

My guest this week is Kathe Izzo who is all of the above. 

I’m inspired by Kathe’s ability to move powerfully through the world, guided by love and skillfully being the multifaceted woman that life requires her to be, without forfeiting her charisma or femininity. 

During our conversation Kathe talks about knowing when one chapter of life needs to make way for the next, the vision she has for The MA Project and we also talk briefly about the current conversation on race between women in the spirituality community. 

Find out more about Kathe www.katheizzo.com

39. Starting A Movement with Tichea Brade
 
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Each week I ask my guest to share the best piece of advice a woman has ever given to them

Each week I ask my guest to share the best piece of advice a woman has ever given to them

My guest on this weeks HER Conversations is Tichea Brade co-creator of She Created Her Life and We Created Our Life, a company that hosts exhibitions and retreats. 

After being made redundant from an unfulfilling career, she used her entrepreneurial skills to found the movement, which is all about highlighting the very real opportunities that are available to anyone wishing to live the life that they choose. 

During our conversation Tichea shares how wishing out loud invoked a real-life change in her life almost instantly, the realities of her business and her visions for the future. 

Find out more here www.shecreatedherlife.com

21. Serving Women Of Colour In The Wellness Industry with Stacie Graham
 
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Every week I ask my guests to recall the best piece of advice a woman has ever given them.

Every week I ask my guests to recall the best piece of advice a woman has ever given them.

This week on HER Conversations my guest is Stacie Graham, founder of Yoga and Holistic Wellness company OYA Retreats. Her company has a very specific USP in that it caters solely to women of colour. 

Personally, I have never felt exclusion or if there was any, paid attention to comments or questions about my presence in mainstream yoga spaces. However, I now realise that my curiosity outweighed any desire for representation which again makes me a minority, therefore, the work that Stacie does is needed at present. 

This episode is for everybody. Women of colour can know that there is a safe environment for them to explore yoga and holistic offerings and women who do not identify as such can become aware of why companies like OYA exist. 

During our conversation Stacie shares:
Instances, where she felt being a woman of colour, has been an issue in mainstream classes
How coming to events by OYA serves to address those issues
And why she thinks the work may never be done 

Find out more about OYA Retreats at www.oyaretreats.com