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Women's Coworking, Wellness and Mentorship Meetup

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May 9 2016, Published 8:00 p.m. ET

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COST: $12

VENUE: Artscape Youngplace

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

The group meets every Tuesday in collaboration with Women in Biz Network to network, cowork, support each other through mentorship, and take time to promote our holistic health & wellbeing.

When: Every Tuesday from 1-3 in May + June. Check our detailed calendar.
Where: Studio 106 @ Artscape Youngplace | 180 Shaw Street
What to bring: Laptop & work materials, business cards, clothes you can move in
Cost: $12 per session – includes coffee & tea, workspace, mentorship, and a 20 minute wellness session.

           

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Emily Rose Antflick is the founder of Shecosystem. 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.  With an MA in Education and over ten years in classroom and experiential education in Canada and internationally, she is a versatile educator 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.

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 and has been featured on CBC Radio, Canadian Living Magazine, The Globe and Mail,  and the Toronto Star.

 

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