• How to Get What You Want & Keep What You Have.

    Women's City Club of Pasadena

    $15.00

    Have you been thinking about career-advancing? Feeling anxious about the change and don't know where to start? Tired of your current position and looking for a better quality of life? Join us and find out the secret to a successful and painless transition. This is a monthly mastermind group designed to empower and enhance your skills. If you are simply looking for a way to grow, this is a group you would not want to miss. Each month we invite speakers who are experts within their field to discuss and share inspirations needed to support you through life challenges. The benefits of joining this group are: Speakers who are experts in their field to share ideas and solutions you can take home. Provide opportunities to join forces and mastermind with a unique group of like-minded women who are focused on bringing success to everyday life. Having support and ideas from other focused and driven peers to allow us to see the situation differently and get new perspectives on goals. network and build your advisory board. Open group discussion on the topic of discussion. Upcoming Topics: 11/20: Mending Heart Wound: Grieving, Forgiving, and Bringing Closure to Hidden Loss. 1/15: After "I DO": Adjust to Marriage 2/19: What to Expect When You're Expecting? Beyond Hormonal Changes. 3/18: Retain Wealth & Keep your Sanity: A guide to a better life for Business owners. 4/15: How to Thrive in An Empty Nest? FREE Parking accessible via Walnut and Madison. Second Parking lot on your right with a purple "women's city club" sign.

  • What Makes a Person Attractive?

    Online

    Suggested viewing before we meet (7 min video): https://youtu.be/dLme6kE5XaU What do you think makes people attractive? What qualities do you use to define attractiveness? What do you think is attractive about yourself? What do you think would enhance the interpersonal relationship? Let's think about it! **This is a series of Tuesday Morning Motivation Online events where we will be discussing topics that will exercise, stimulate and expand your mind. I am not suggesting that life's difficult and fascinating questions will be neatly answered during the meetups nor that any sort of professional therapy or dogma will take place. This is just a space to meet other curious, sociable and open-minded people in an atmosphere of exploration and enjoyment!** Copy this link and paste into your web browser: https://zoom.us/j/491687814

  • Untangle Your Week

    Myrtle Tree Cafe

  • Untangle Your Week

    Myrtle Tree Cafe

  • Untangle Your Week

    Myrtle Tree Cafe

  • Launch & Signing Party

    Myrtle Tree Cafe

    $25.00

    Some People are makin' it in America, She is Killin' it! Michelle Kuei was an 11-year-old student in rural Taiwan when a car running a red light completely altered her life’s trajectory. Through the long and painful process of recovery, Kuei made surprising discoveries about loss, identity, and personal strength--revelations that helped guide her through her journey as an immigrant to the United States. With radical honesty bolstering her storytelling, Kuei shows us how positive transformation can happen when we let go of self-pity, embrace our flaws, and learn to love ourselves. This will be a night of inspiration, tears, laugh, and so much more. A complimentary light snack would be available. Coffee, Tea, and Beverages would be available for order. Live music performance after a book launch & signing event. Parking is available and accessible behind the building. Join us on September 28, 2019, from 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm for the launching of Michelle's book "Perfectly Normal: an immigrant's story of making it in America" to receive a FREE copy for yourself.

  • Untangle Your Week

    Myrtle Tree Cafe

    Do you need a way to decompress your busy week? Are you tired of feeling unmotivated every week? Do you need a way to zen yourself into everyday life? Join me every Monday at 3 pm for a motivational tangle art meetup. Grab your tea or coffee and let's sit down with our paper and pen, let go of your stressful Monday and ease yourself into the week. This is a FREE event and all genders and levels are welcome. What to Bring: 1. drawing paper or electronic drawing pad. 2. pencil, eraser, markers or pen. What to Expect: Lots of Conversation, talk, networking and learn how to draw zentangle art. Also, be the first to sign up for other workshop offered throughout the year.

  • Vision and Goal Setting

    Women's City Club of Pasadena

    $15.00
  • Untangle Your Week

    Rosebud Coffee

  • Moonlight in the Courtyard

    75 S Grand Ave

    $20.00

    Come and celebrate the mid-autumn festival as we rising together in Pasadena. This mini moonlight retreat offers an opportunity to build connections with like-minded people and a deeper connection with Self amidst a beautiful outdoor moonlight setting in an urban park of the city that transport you mentally and physically. All are welcomed to gather and connect to like-minded souls and most importantly your SELF. An event for all levels, genders, and ages! FREE mooncake giveaways! Moonlight by the Park mini-retreat includes: -Mix Vinyasa Yoga & Meditation taught by Yoga instructor, Daria Makuch RYT 200 Daria is a yoga instructor at the Wellness of Oz, graduating with her 200-hour yoga teacher training course. She has been practicing yoga since a teen. Daria is an expert swim teacher and is excited to share her joy of yoga with others. Daria is a Log Angeles Native who has lived all over the world. She has worked with Palestinian refugees in Jordan, Taught English to Chinese students in Dubai, and leads a local nonprofit, United Nations Association Pasadena Chapter, through the year. Yoga is another beautiful outlet to help spread her love of life and commonality between us all. -Self-acceptance & Self-love Workshop facilitated by Transition life coach, Michelle Kuei, CPC Michelle is a certified professional coach at Elevate life coaching, graduating with her CPC and ELI-MP certification course. She is also a clinical pharmacist who has been practicing and counseling patients on health and wellness for over 20 years. Michelle is a freelance mandala artist who had participated and showcased her artworks through Santa Monica art exhibits at the Beyond the Lines Gallery. She was born and raised in Taiwan and immigrated with her family at age 15, four years after her car accident. Her passion and appreciation for life inspired her to become a life coach where she helps others experiencing life changes to reconnect with confidence and self-acceptance. She taught English to children in Cambodia through a local Cambodia nonprofit. Michelle is the author of her upcoming book "Perfectly Normal" to be released in September 2019. Cost: $20 Bring: A yoga mat, towel, water bottle & good vibes! For sponsorship opportunity inquiry, please contact [masked]