February 16 | 5:45 - 8pm | Squamish Lil'Wat Cultural CentreEarly Bird (until Wednesday, February 10) Chamber Members: $40 | General Admission: $50 Regular Rate (until Monday, February 15 at noon) Chamber Members: $45 | General Admission: $55 All prices are subject to 5% GST. Registration open until noon Monday, February 15.
EVENT DESCRIPTION Two hours, four talks, one healthier and less stressed you If there was ever a community armed with the resources to collectively kill it in the work-life balance department it is Women of Whistler! To help us strive for excellence in a healthy way, we have lined up 4 wellness micro talks for mega impact. When you're happy and healthy, things move faster, challenges get easier and everything is just a little more fun. Join us for bright ideas in a supportive environment where women can reach great heights. Walk away with four powerful insights to apply immediately 1. Money matters We all have the best intentions to save what's left over after the expenses are covered, but take a tip from the richest entrepreneurs: the secret to building your savings is to pay yourself first. Heidi breaks down this game-changing habit. Heidi Specht, Account Manager, TD Business Banking LinkedIn Heidi has the advice you need to get the right banking products and services working for your bottom line. Her goal is to help business owners spend less time banking and more time focusing on what they do best: building their business.
2. Eating for more energy Finally, some simple solutions to the complex world of nutrition. Choosing the right foods for the right reasons will give you more energy to get through your busy day. Tracy Higgs BHK, RNCP, Nutritionist, Food Creator, Ski Mom Facebook | Website You probably know Tracy from Nesters or as former owner of Beet Root Café. Tracy has taught at the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and coached Olympic athletes on their nutritional needs. Her personalized nutrition coaching addresses the challenges of balancing work and family while trying to stay healthy.
3. Keep calm and find more time Time management can be a misleading term. Time manages itself, but you can manage the events in your life as efficiently as possible, so that you have enough time for everything you want to accomplish! Plus a few simple techniques can keep you calm in the process. Christine Suter BA, RMT, NCCP, Life and Triathlon Coach Website Facilitating for WCSS a life skills course and offering multisport coaching for athletes of all abilities and age groups, as well as personal training, rehabilitation training and life coaching, Christine helps people of all ages and abilities reach their goals whether that be physical, professional or personal.
4. Take a yoga break anywhere Simple yoga-based techniques you can use to break up your day anywhere: home, work, car, and more - no mat or stretchy pants required. Maeve Jones, Whistler Yogacara Teacher Website Maeve shares tools to break through illusions of mundane life and connect with a deeper, peaceful self. Expect smiles, warmth, connection, and stimulation as Maeve shares her love of yoga.
Event Agenda: 5.45pm - 6.10pm Registration 6.10pm - 7.15pm Microtalks 7.15pm - 8pm Networking & Canapes