Tuesday September 3rd from 6-8:30pm
Why Is Cultivating Self-Love SO Important?
Self-Love Is The Foundation For Genuine Happiness And A Life That Looks & Feels How You Really Want It To!
Does your inner voice sound WAY too critical & harsh?
Do you feel guilty when you take time for yourself?
Do you find yourself stuck in the trap of comparison? Feel critical of yourself and/or your body, & judge yourself far too harshly?
Do you find yourself settling for less than what you really want & deserve in your relationships, job, & life?
Do you find yourself battling with feelings of being ‘not enough’?
Do you have a hard time setting boundaries, leaving you in situations and relationships where you are giving too much and left feeling drained?
Do you put way too much pressure on yourself, while not celebrating what you have accomplished?
A lack of self-love is at the root of many of the challenges you face in life.
If you can get to the root and create shifts there, everything else in life can and will shift for the better!
Join us for an intimate workshop where we will discuss practical & tangible ways that you can learn to cultivate more self love, leading to a much sweeter life!
Cost is $25.
Preregistration is required, and the workshop is limited to only 5 women, so save your spot! I will update and remove the option to register when the workshop is full.
Questions? Just get in touch!
The workshop is held in my office and there is not signage outside right now, so to avoid confusion, below are some specific directions. If you have trouble finding it, you can always call or text: 360-970-3963
2631 12th Ct SW Suite C Olympia, Washington 98502
Turn onto 12th Ct, and take your first Right into a parking lot.
I’m in the 2nd building on the right, in the 1st suite closest to you, on the lower level.
Until I get a sign outside - You will see signs for “bloom - skincare clinic’ As well as "Full Circle” which are the businesses upstairs. Next door to William Edward Salon. Come in the door up front and head down the stairs ahead of you to my office, or you can go around the back of the building, down a few stairs and directly in through the patio door. Wheelchair access to the back door is on the far side of the building.