Date: Tuesday, July 30th, 6:30pm
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If there is anything more powerful than a strong, confident woman; it is a group of strong, confident women bringing their intentions and energies together in one place.
However, feeling and acting confident can be difficult. Embracing your confidence without acting from ego is a real concern for many women.
Nancy Martin is bringing us together to facilitate a discussion about what a confident (not ego-driven) woman looks like today. How can we quiet those critical voices in our heads and listen to our bold a beautiful self that wants to thrive?
You will walk away from this discussion feeling empowered, confident, heard, and with real action steps that you can put into place so that these feelings last!
You deserve this! You are worthy and deserving of this time together. You are meant to shine and this group will help you do that. You have greatness in you – let’s release it!
Nancy Martin is a renowned speaker, facilitator, best-selling author of Dance Your Way to an Empowered Self, and the creator of “Back Off” – a proprietary method of teaching women and girls how to embody confidence so they can repel potential abusers and claim their own authentic voice. She is an Abuse Prevention Expert, Confidence Coach and professional dancer with over 20 years of performance experience. Her mission is to reach as many women and girls as possible before they become victims of abuse so they can build a light, happy future.
Nancy’s #ConfidenceWorks movement helps everyone realize living their greatness is possible and confidence (not ego) is the way to becoming the strong, influential people they are all meant to be.
In her work, she uses a specialized combination of dance, movement, and intensive coaching to show her clients how to use their bodies powerfully and make the changes needed to repel aggressors and build core confidence. As a result, they experience a quick, dramatic change in self-assurance that effects their entire being. Not only do they learn to be true to themselves in all situations, they realize they are enough and their choices become fully their own.