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Women Taking Flight

14 October 2019

These days, many women are saying – or, at least, thinking: “I know it’s time to think bigger, to step into my power, to rise to the next level. But… how?”

We know we need support and encouragement from each other, because it can be hard to find in the workplace or even at home or among friends. We learn by telling our stories and being seen in our passions. We’re searching for the wisdom that will help us put the final pieces in place. 

If you want to take the next step,
 be clear, grounded and focused,
with that sense of wind beneath your wings
then Women Taking Flight is for you!

During the first part of the day we’ll be sharing stories that help us to focus on what we most value and find the gold in our learning of the last year. We’ll use what we uncover to craft a powerful question that can support us to think and move beyond our present view of what’s possible.

During the afternoon we’ll join together in wisdom circles, bringing our questions to the Flow Game and supporting each other to gain clarity, ground and insights to power up the future. We’ll use both our experiences and one of our most powerful gifts as women—our intuition.

This will be a highly interactive day focused on investing in your most potent resource—yourself. Come with your questions and an open mind. Come prepared to support and be supported. Come prepared to meet the next most powerful version of yourself.

The day will be hosted by Mary Alice Arthur, Ria Baeck and Helen Titchen Beeth and will take place both in English and Dutch. During the afternoon Flow Games will be offered by trained Flow Hosts, supporting you to find wisdom and companionship in your circle around the game.

We have space for a maximum of 25 participants. Please reserve your spot to avoid disappointment.

You can register here!

You have two options for payment. Please choose according to your situation and interest. The price includes training, lunch and snacks.

A) Traditional pricing – early bird extended with one week!
Business: € 310,- (+VAT) – before Sept.27: €270 (+VAT)
NGO/self-employed: € 210,- (+VAT) – before Sept.27: €170 (+VAT)

B) Shared Economy pricing
Shared Economy: €110,- (+VAT)
Shared economy is a system that allows you to decide for yourself how much you pay and to participate in the budget responsibility. It requires an initial payment, to cover the fixed costs, in this case €110,- (plus VAT).  At the event, you will be invited to make a second payment based on your financial context, information on the event budget and your experience of the training.
For more information on shared economy, a blog by Ria Baeck.

The workshop will take place at Maison Notre-Dame du Chant-d’Oiseau, Avenue des Franciscains 3A, B-1150 Brussels.
The venue will open at 9:00 for coffee and getting settled in. We will begin promptly at 9:30. A light lunch will be provided.

Hosted by Mary Alice Arthur, with support of Ria Baeck and Helen Titchen Beeth, both women with tons of experience in life, work and transformation!
Mary Alice Arthur
Mary Alice is a Story Activist, using story to help create positive systemic shift and for applying collective intelligence to the critical issues of our times. Her art is in creating brave and transformational spaces where people can find and live into the stories that take them to their most flourishing future. Building the capacity for participatory practice supports people to take back the power of their stories so they can make wiser choices together. She is a sought after process consultant and event host, and an engaging speaker. As an international steward of the Art of Hosting she teaches participatory practice around the world. Through Story the Future  she is spreading the meme of Story Activism, supporting people to develop their skills and practice, and engaging in leading edge conversations about the power and potential in our world. For more on her work and resources to support this event have a look at her website.

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14 October 2019
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Chants d’Oiseau
Avenue des Franciscains, 3A
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