Status of Women Committee In-Person Wellness Event

Status of Women Committee In-Person Wellness Event

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Beecher Place

12160 Beecher Street

Surrey, BC

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The STA Status of Women Committee is excited to invite all members to register for our first in-person wellness event post-pandemic!

About this event

We are looking forward to an event filled with reconnection, laughter, enrichment of the soul, and delicious food.

The event will be taking place on Thursday, June 16 at beautiful Beecher Place on Crescent Beach.

Shape of the Day

  • 3:30 pm Refreshments and Beach Walk
  • 4:00 pm Laughter Yoga with Carol Ann Shannon
  • 5:00 pm Creative Practices to Sustain the Soul with Julianne Harvey
  • 6:00 pm Dinner by Candlelight Cuisine

Please register ASAP to avoid disappointment, as seats are limited!

Laughter Yoga

“Laughter Yoga is a series of movement and breathing exercises designed to stimulate laughter and cultivate an inner spirit of joy. It is a technique that invites laughter without using jokes or humor. Laughter Yoga is a blend of yoga-based deep breathing, gentle stretching, simulated laughter exercises and playful games and activities.”

Carol Ann Shannon is a co-founder of the White Rock Laughter Club. Carol shares her knowledge and experience as a teacher of Laughter Yoga, Meditation, Master Practitioner of NLP and Compassionate Communication or NVC. Her work has been featured in local newspapers and Cable TV. Fun and Laughter are her passions with the goal of empowering others to share smiles and live compassion. Carol Ann lives in Surrey, BC, she gives workshops to corporations, non-profits groups, educators, mental health, theater and other groups.

Creative Practices to Sustain the Soul

“Do you feel worn out and emotionally spent? Is your life on fast-forward and you long to slow down and enjoy more experiences that feed your soul? In Creative Practices to Sustain the Soul, we’ll focus on practical strategies for creative practices that will help you and your students intentionally connect with your humanity. With so much of our time spent online, we require a renewed awareness about our inner lives by making space for our emotions. We’ll cover journaling, meditation, nature, minimalism, juggling, art, exercise, Netflix and more (while practicing a few of these). Come prioritize your soul so you can model this calm to your students.”

Julianne Harvey is an author, speaker and nurturer from South Surrey, BC. She has four self-published books and her short fiction has appeared in several literary magazines. Julianne holds a BA in Creative Writing, along with a certificate in Counselling Skills, and is working towards an MFA at UBC. For more information, please see julianneharvey.com.

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