Warrior Women Supper Club.

11th January 2018, 8.00-10.30pm, Cardiff

A great way to start your new year, lets find the right head space for making plans, setting goals and working out whats holding you back. With the spotlight on Occupational Wellbeing we'll think about how we maintain a self loving approach when considering what we do for a living.

We'll think about how to best follow your professional aspirations, personal dreams and career goals; leaving you ready, willing and motivated to put your best foot forward into 2018.

Tickets here 


Warrior Women Self Love Club. SOLD OUT

9th November 2017, 7.15- 8.45, Cardiff.

Warrior Women Events have teamed with the awesome Miss Patisserie who offers honest vegan skincare, which is also the venue for this evening.

e a part of this new, unique empowering community and learn how an enhanced wellness commitment can fundamentally improve your personal outlook and performance as you draw from your inner Warrior Woman! As well as a fun self love environment where you will be surrounded by like minded, kick arse women.

Your ticket includes:

- Talk, demonstration and the chance to practice and learn Shiatsu massage.

- 20% off Miss Patisserie products

- Organic Prosecco

- Goody Bag with all of our favourite brands that we love

Buy tickets and find out more here.


Warrior Women Supper Club. SOLD OUT

A Collaboration with Down at the River bring all Warrior Women together in Cardiff, Wales for an empowering wellness supper club, designed to share business ideas and knowledge whilst highlighting how an enhanced wellness commitment can fundamentally improve your outlook and performance!

Taking place at Little Man Coffee, Cardiff on 14th Sept 2017 8-10.30pm. Tickets are £25 and for this you'll get:

- Glass of organic prosecco

- Goody bag packed with all of our favourite brands

- Wholesome vegetarian curry

- Talks from Kim from Killa Magazine, Musing Mum, I Can Cards and Down at the River



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