Love Sober events

LOVE SOBER LIFE : Speak for yourself Sober with Wanda Canton Workshops for the Sober and Sobercurious. *THIS EVENT IS WOMEN ONLY*

BOOKING INFO HERE:

Sat, 13 July 2019

Location

PLATF9RM, 44 North Road, #Floor 5 & 6, Brighton

BN1 1YR

Come and join us for an empowering two-part afternoon workshop focussing on self-expression hosted by Kate Baily and Mandy Manners of Love Sober.

This workshop will explore how finding your sober voice can build confidence and a deeper understanding of your sober self through self-expression. Wanda Canton will lead an innovative 2 hour session using poetry, word association and spoken word techniques. Kate and Mandy will introduce and close the session focussing on how self expression can help support your alcohol -free life, leading the group through discussionand self inquiry.

10% of profits going to Agenda alliance for women and girls at risk https://weareagenda.org/.

NB . This is a small event with limited spaces to facilitate the quality and the opportunity for intimacy and interaction we would like to provide. Limited tickets are available.

About Wanda Canton:

Wanda Canton provides workshops, group courses and individual mentoring exploring how spoken word poetry, hip-hop and creative writing can enhance mental health and wellbeing.

She has worked across community projects, mental health services and forensic psychiatric hospitals. In 2018 she was the Spoken Word Judge for leading prison arts awards scheme, the Koestler Trust and recently featured on Fearne Cotton’s ‘Happy Place’ podcast which reached Number 15 in the iTunes UK Top Episodes Podcast Charts.

As an artist herself she is published in the ICA and performances include VFringe Festival and the Southbank Centre. She works independently as founder and facilitator of Sound Out UK.

Website: www.wandacanton.co.uk

Instagram: @wandcanton

Email: info@wandacanton.co.uk

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/soundoutuk/

About Love Sober :

Kate Baily and Mandy Manners: Kate is a life coach specialising in sobriety and self-care, she is also a journalist and mum of two. Mandy is a recovery coach in training and a public speaker, she is also a mum of two.

www.lovesober.com is the hub for coaching, writing, events and LoveSober the podcast for the sober and sober curious.

Love Sober the podcast launched in May 2018 to fill a gap in the market: not to talk about addiction but to talk about problematic drinking, binge drinking and self-medicating depression and anxiety.

“We wanted to have the conversation as mums, discuss how we had bought into the “wine o’clock/mummy needs wine” market and how detrimental that had been to us both as women and also as parents.”

It is a friendly, comforting conversation for people who feel like their drinking has become unmanageable, destructive or problematic. The aim is to do qualitative episodes on key themes of self-care, motherhood, mental health and sobriety, also to invite inspirational speakers and real life sober heros and sheroes to share their stories. The podcast is one spoke in the wheel which LoveSober aims to produce to help people build strong and sustainable self-care practices and love themselves sober.

Love Sober workshop – Brighton – Saturday, 13 April 2019

Come and join us for an empowering two-part afternoon workshop focussing on self-care, wellness and sober living hosted by Kate Baily and Mandy Manners of Love Sober with guest, US Health Coach, Jolene Park.

This workshop will explore how self- care and self- compassion can help support your alcohol -free life . Jolene Park will share her expert knowledge on eating to support sobriety and optimum wellbeing. She will also share her knowledge on ‘gray area drinking’ and wellness strategies with 10% of profits going to Mind UK.

Details: Love Sober workshop – Saturday, 13 April 2019 – 13:30 to 17:00 (BST) – Platf9rm, Floor 6 Tower Point, 33 North Road, Brighton, BN1 1YR – £43.23

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NB. This is a small event with limited spaces to facilitate the quality and the opportunity for intimacy and interaction we would like to provide. Limited tickets are available.

 

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About Jolene Park

Jolene Park is a US functional nutritionist, health coach and TEDx speaker. Since founding her consulting company, Healthy Discoveries® in 2001 and she has worked as a corporate wellness consultant, speaker and workshop facilitator.

Jolene coaches high achieving professionals who want to eliminate alcohol and sugar cravings and reduce their anxiety by using real food, high-quality nutrients and cutting-edge mind/body techniques.

In her TEDx talk about “Gray Area Drinking” she shares her personal alcohol and anxiety story and explains the importance of replenishing our neurotransmitters and nourishing our nervous systems in a comprehensive and consistent way.

Following the great impact of her TEDx talk and private coaching, Jolene founded GrayAreaDrinkers.com. This online hub is a place for gray area drinkers to get support, for former gray area drinkers to unite and for coaches to learn Jolene’s exclusive techniques.

 

About Love Sober

Kate Baily is a life coach specialising in sobriety and self-care, she is also a journalist and mum of two.

Mandy Manners is a recovery coach in training and a public speaker, she is also a mum of two.

Their site Love Sober is the hub for their coaching, writing, online courses, events and Love Sober- the podcast for the sober and sober curious.

Love Sober the podcast launched in May 2018 to fill a gap in the market: not to talk about addiction but to talk about problematic drinking, binge drinking and self-medicating depression and anxiety.

‘We wanted to have the conversation as mums, discuss how we had bought into the “wine o’clock/mummy needs wine” market and how detrimental that had been to us both as women and also as parents.’

It is a friendly, comforting conversation for people who feel like their drinking has become unmanageable, destructive or problematic. The aim is to do qualitative episodes on key themes of self-care, motherhood, mental health and sobriety, also to invite inspirational speakers and real life sober heros and sheroes to share their stories. The podcast is one spoke in the wheel which LoveSober aims to produce to help people build strong and sustainable self-care practices and love themselves sober.

 

BOOK YOUR TICKET NOW