An invitation to the last 2016 monthly gathering of
Women Howling at the Moon
Thursday 12 January
Fly Me Through the Year Picnic
Join a network of strong, wholehearted, outside-the-box professional and activist women who are passionate about a just and sustainable world. ★ Hear & share tales of courage ★ Connect with your passion ★ Be the change you want to see.
Join us for an evening picnic by the Brisbane River
to breathe the full moon into your year
with a community of inspiring women making a difference.
Artwork: with permission from Nelleke Verhoeff www.redcheeksfactory.com/
Join us near the rotunda, New Farm Park
Women Howling is a community of inspiring, down to earth women from diverse walks of life and age groups who enjoy connecting authentically with other women to share deep diving conversation on things that matter and have a fabulous time. And we share a passion for contributing to a life and a world that works for everyone and the planet.
We meet monthly, on the night of the full moon (or close to) to dine together. We share stories of challenges and courage, we laugh lots, we focus on a particular topic that would make a difference in our lives - and oh yes, we howl (optional)! We leave the evenings uplifted, inspired by ourselves and others, with new friends and with renewed hope and energy for our lives and the world. You can attend occasionally or every month as you wish.
Women Howling at the Moon was founded and is facilitated by courage catalyst Chris Henderson. The events are not-for-profit, with all profits donated to support the work of a remote Aboriginal women's centre in central Australia.
Plus your presence will make a practical contribution to
★ help end homelessness in Brisbane
★ support a remote Aboriginal women's centre.
$25 regular / $40 concession
Registration covers venue hire, the evening's networking and activity, starters, canapes, tea/coffee and a glass of wine. You may byo alcohol, or purchase by the glass. RSVP to Chris at email@example.com with any dietary needs.
Final registrations closed 8 January
6 - 10 pm at the Gambaro Room,
rooftop, Common Ground, 15 Hope St, South Brisbane.
6.00 pm - 10.00 pm, Tuesday 13 December.
Gambaro Room, 13th floor, Common Ground, 15 Hope Street, Sth Brisbane.
Great women yummy food - embraced with loving kindness - Thanks Chris for creating this wonderful space. - Victoria Henry, peace activist.
This community of inspiring women shares a genuine desire to live life to the full, to make conscious choices about striving towards your vision, and to be present with each other at a deep level through the struggles and the successes. This is my tribe. - Kathryn Walton, Mental Health Social Worker, founder of Condamine Assist.
if you're up for being in a space of nurturing, celebration, non judgement, laughter and just awesome amazing inspiring wonderful women then come along. Networking with a difference! - Kristy Holden, bookkeeper and marriage celebrant.
It was interesting, inspiring and certainly worth the drive from Toowoomba. - Rae Goes
I love how much it supports and nourishes each one of us and sends us out strong for another month! - Lani Morris, NZ-based global trainer for The Map of Meaning.
Joining in with other wonderful women at WHatM has helped me come out of my shell. I have become empowered to tell my story/share my passiona and give and receive support. It is amazing how Chris engenders an atmosphere where women can find likeminded souls, to share what's really going on for each toher, and cheer eachother on in our endeavours. I love the sisterly way we get right down to the nitty-gritty in our conversations. - Pam Blamey, freelance art therapist.
I love Women Howling at the Moon! Why? Because 1. I get to howl at the moon. 2. I get to talk with very switched on, intelligent, consciously aware women. 3. It is a very welcoming environment. And 4. Women Howling at the Moon are very supportive and help to build other women to success. - Stacey Huish, game changer and visionary, social entrepreneur and 1 Million Women Ambassador.
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About Women Howling at the Moon
Women Howling at the Moon is dedicated to enabling professional women, activists and others to achieve their greatest potential by providing a stimulating and encouraging environment where women can:
Women Howling at the Moon - founder
The Courage Catalyst
Chris Henderson (Chris Henderson Success Coaching) is a Courage catalyst and Personal coach to professional women, and founder of Women Howlling at the Moon.
Chris has a Masters in Education (Leadership and Management) and is a certified Life and Business Coach with 30+ years' experience of coaching, consultancy, training and presenting to groups. She has set up and run highly successful, cutting edge state and nationwide education, art and social justice projects, produced a statewide professional development anti-bullying resource, and provided a consultancy behaviour management service.
Voluntary roles have included national board member of the Women's International League for Peace and Freedom (2000-11), editor of Australia's national women's peace journal (2000-10) and founder and national coordinator of Children of the Gulf War, a grassroots, self-funded national tour of a powerful b&w exhibition to end the war on Iraq and raise awareness about the impact of war and depleted uranium on children, families and communities.