Weekly Coworking, Wellness & Mentorship Meetup


Nov. 16 2015, Published 7:00 p.m. ET

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COST: $8-12

VENUE: Artscape Youngplace (Studio 106)

ADDRESS: 180 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5, Canada

Join a group of working women for weekly coworking meetups that combine work and wellness, with a mentor in the house every week! 

When: 10:00-12:00 - come for an opening circle at 10:00 am to get your day started right!

Cost: To cover the room rental costs for us to move and have a private space we are charging to break even. This also helps us to be accountable to the group attendance (ie: no shows).

Includes a private, quiet inspiring coworking space with natural light and beautiful view, a 20 minute movement class or wellness experience and Coffee and tea (we have a private kitchen). 

Weekly Pay as you Go:

   • Members: $8.00 for Women in Biz Members

• Non Members : $12.00

Monthly Pay As you Go (4 visits per month)

   • Members: $30.00

   • Non Members: 36.00

Where:  Artscape Youngplace | 180 Shaw St, Toronto, ON M6J 2W5 - Studio 106

This week's On Site Mentor & Wellness Facilitator: Marni Levitt - Move-n-Music 

Wellness: A short (15-20 minute) break to engage in holistic self-care such as dance, yoga, guided meditation, or a walk in the park.  This week Marni Levitt will offer a fun mindfulness session. We encourage other women to provide our weekly wellness session as well - fill out this form if you are interested!


Stay as long as you want to work on your own projects in a supportive environment.


Mentor in the House!  Each week we will have a skills development mentor available on site for informal discussions and advice.

What to bring:

• Laptop & work materials

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• Clothes you can move in

Why Coworking?

So many of us struggle with isolation, depression and lack of motivation when we work alone. It helps to get our of our heads and connect with other entrepreneurs for support and inspiration!  We know that women - and their businesses - thrive when they are consciously connected with their bodies, minds, emotions, and with an authentic and supportive community. Coworking promotes collaboration and creative engagement among independent workers. To learn more about the global coworking movement visit the Coworking Wiki.

Join us to create a new coworking space and community hub for women in Toronto! 

We are bringing together the ecosystem of working women in Toronto, with a mission to build a purpose-designed coworking space where working women thrive. Be a part of  vital new community, investing not only in your own business but in the future of women’s work in Toronto. This is your opportunity be a part of a the conversation and help us shape the space to suit your needs and values.

You should join if: 

You are a woman who wants a workplace where you can show up in an emotionally authentic way and take risks without feeling fear or shame

You value holistic self care and recognize that your business will thrive only if you take care of your physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing

You want a purpose-designed home to engage with members

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You want time to connect with a mentor informally to ask questions and get advice

You believe that growth can arise from serendipitous connections

You are passionate about lifelong learning and personal development

You love to collaborate and share your success - and vulnerability - with like-minded others

You want to prove to the mainstream business world that the full expression of the feminine is a viable and sustainable way to work

Your Coworking Hosts:

Emily Rose Antflick is a facilitator of journeys through inner and outer worlds. In her workshops and retreats, Emily holds space for deep connection with self, others, and the environment. Her work stems from a feminine paradigm that values collaboration, creativity and ‘showing up’? with your authentic self. Emily is the founder of SheCoSystem Toronto: a new coworking community where women can work in integrity, cultivate personal and professional wellbeing and connect with a supportive ecosystem.

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With an MA in Education and over ten years in classroom and experiential education in Canada and internationally, she is a versatile teacher and program designer with rich perspectives on learning and community building. Emily is the Community Leader of G Day for Girls Toronto, a rite of passage for adolescent girls and their adult champions. She is a facilitator of Erica Ross’s award winning Dance Our Way Home healing freestyle dance program.

Connect with Emily on twitter @EmilyAntflick, instagram @emrose and visit

Leigh Mitchell is a passionate social marketer and storyteller with 20 years of marketing and community development experience, specializing in helping brands to share their story and create deeper connections with their customers. She is also the founder of Women in Biz Network and is most proud of her work creating the Mentor Her Biz and Social for Good movements. Her career has led her to successfully work with major brands such as GM Canada, Microsoft Canada, TELUS,  Johnson & Johnson, Maple Leaf Foods, TD Canada Trust, Staples Canada and Random House. Leigh has been featured on CBC Radio, Canadian ing Magazine, The Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and has been a featured speaker at the #SocialforGood Conference,  Blissdom Canada, The Wellness Business Summit and has served as a judge for UPS and Microsoft Small Business Contests.

Connect with Leigh at Women in Biz NetworkLinkedInTwitterFacebook,  Periscope, and Instagram


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