Much Studios Creator Bianca Harris helps women set their intentions and achieve

first_imgAdvertisement Advertisement Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Much Studios Creator Bianca Harris founded WIPP, (Women Inspiring Passion and Purpose) in 2015. Through a steady stream of digital content, including their weekly podcast Wipped C.R.E.A.M, and live events, they have grown to be one of Toronto’s biggest brands for women, helping them discover their authentic passions. Now, Bianca is ready to help set intentions and achieve goals with the latest WIPP event, ÄR-KE-TEKT, on Saturday, April 7 in Toronto. Taking place at the Bell Media Studios campus at 277 Queen St. W, the event features workshops in goalsetting and meditation aimed at inspiring passion and purpose in women’s lives. Building on the success of previous events, tickets have been selling fast for ÄR-KE-TEKT, with the evening session already sold out! Tickets for the afternoon sessions, which run from 1 – 5 p.m. are still available through Eventbrite.“ÄR-KE-TEKT is designed to help women start building the life they actually want, and you can only accomplish that by taking small steps” says Harris. “So the idea with ÄR-KE-TEKT is for attendees to pick one intention that they can meditate and work on throughout the day.”After hosting their biggest event in May 2017, where more than 500 attendees gathered to be inspired by a panel of celebrity speakers, ÄR-KE-TEKT is a more intimate event filled with engaging, hands-on workshops. Each session begins with a workshop led by Harris and Chantel Chapman from Mogo Money, focusing on developing intentions. Harris and Chapman guide attendees through journaling, goal setting, and deadline creation, and discusses how to overcome the things holding them back from achieving their goals. The second workshop of the day focuses on meditation. Led by certified reiki instructor and pranayama and meditation facilitator Miriana Perticarini, this session helps attendees visualize their goal and release the fears holding them back from achieving it. Participants at each session also have the opportunity to engage with art installations from Toronto-based multimedia artist Whyishnave Suthagar, a crystal energy room, as well as enjoy tarot card readings, music, and networking. Twitter Login/Register With:last_img

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