Dare to Love™
A Self-Love Experience for Women
An Evening Filled with Choosing to Love Yourself without Apology
Join Master of Ceremonies and Women’s Advocate, Rena Weme,
For this First Annual Event At the Qualicum Beach Inn Resort
Date: Feb 4, 2017, 5 – 9 pm
Location: Qualicum Beach Inn
Tickets: $100 per person; Max 50 spaces
Dinner by the C View Restaurant,
Glass of Wine or Non-alcoholic Beverage,
A ‘Love Bag’ filled with 10 Self-Love gifts donated by our
Generous Community Entrepreneurs
Key Note Speaker:
As a storyteller and writer, Diana Reyers shares her story of having the courage to choose a life of personal truth over a lifetime of perceived expectations. Within her sharing, she discloses how she grabbed her courage and committed to being Daringly Mindful™ while accepting all the tradeoffs along the way. Diana will inspire you to cast away self-deception while embracing your authentic, unique and lovely self.
A single mother who was once tethered to golden handcuffs,
Shelley D’Amico escaped the Corporate World to reclaim her soul.
Owner of Namaskar Yoga Studio in Parksville, Shelley answered
her calling to teach yoga and honoured her free-spirit to be an Entrepreneur.
An advocate for authenticity, compassion, lovingkindness and non-judgement, Shelley is passionate about sharing the many gifts of yoga, on and off the mat.
Register online here OR In Person at Belle Femme Boutique:
678 Memorial Ave.
Qualicum Beach, BC
Reserved Seating: If you have purchased tickets for a group of friends or colleagues, and you would like to sit together, please contact Diana Reyers to arrange for a reserved table email@example.com OR 778 821-3273
Our Daring Intention
Daringly Mindful™ events are created with the intention to support individuals seeking the courage to move from a place of the heart with clarity, confidence and ease.
We believe that each of us has the ability to show up in the world in a way that reflects what we truly value and feel as unique beings, while honouring others and ourselves.
Do you dare to grab your courage to discover ‘who’ you really are?