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5 June, 2021

Tableland girls to get empowered at Savage Angel workshops

LOCAL Tablelands girls aged between 11 and 17 will gain insights on how to live empowered lives and make smart life choices during upcoming workshops and seminars conducted by renowned mentorship business Savage Angel.

By Michael Warren

Savage Angel will run its popular ticketed seminar in Atherton on June 8.

LOCAL Tablelands girls aged between 11 and 17 will gain insights on how to live empowered lives and make smart life choices during upcoming workshops and seminars conducted by renowned mentorship business Savage Angel. 

The ticketed Savage Angel workshops are designed to inspire, inform and instruct young women and Atherton’s version at the International Club on June 8 will be no different.

“We want to empower girls to hold core values that will allow them to stand strong in the face of social media and peer group influences,” an event spokesperson told The Express

“Now that might not sound like a lot but in today's influential climate that's a huge thing and when successful will make a huge difference in peoples’ lives and futures. 

“Our ultimate goal is to influence millions of girls across the planet to blaze their own trail and do it with purpose and do it like the Savage Angels they can choose to become.”

During the sessions attendees will learn and gain an awareness about self-esteem, friendships and relationships, social media and mainstream media influence, anxiety, stress, depression, suicide, mindset, apathy, hopes and dreams. 

Those interested can book their tickets on the Savage Angel Facebook page.


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