Women At Play

How many times have you thought to yourself “Oh, I’d love to try that!” – but never have.

How many times have you tried to get your girlfriends together to go out – but never seem to coordinate something that works for everyone?

How many times have you wished you could sneak out for an hour or two and just be you – not a Mom, not a wife, not a caretaker, cook, cleaner, chauffeur etc?

Women At Play is a new group in London that solves all of these problems.

How it works is you sign up for a group at a time that you can attend each month – for me, Thursday evenings worked best – but there are other nights and even day options open.  You block your calendar each  month – that time is YOURS.

Each month you get together with the other 10-12 women in your group and try out new venues and activities that you probably never would have done by yourself.

Last month, my group went to Laughter Yoga. (I was ill so unfortunately missed out)

Women At Play

This month it was creating with glass at the Art Gallery of Lambeth:

Art Gallery of Lambeth

There is no way I would have been able to coordinate 12 friends to attend this single class – much less coordinate them to attend something monthly.  That’s where this concept is so brilliant!  You sign up for a time that works for your schedule and you make a whole new set of friends!  I will be trying new activities with these same 10 women for the next 3, 6 or 12 months.

Vivien, the owner of the Art Gallery, and brilliant artisan, showed us how to cut glass to create either a plaque, a soap dish or a sushi dish.

Learning to work with glass - Women At Play

I can’t believe I came through this unscathed!

Learning to work with glass - Women At Play

Then we worked on our individual projects while laughing and gabbing.

Learning to work with glass - Women At Play

Everyone brought their own flair to the projects and we learned something that many of us never would have without this group.

Learning to work with glass - Women At Play

We got together with old friends, and made a lot of new ones – and those friendships will continue to grow as we try another new activity each month.

Learning to work with glass - Women At Play

It was fun.

Honestly and truly – FUN!

The gorgeous glasswork that we get to keep is just the icing on the cake.
Learning to work with glass - Women At Play

What would your life be like with more fun, more joy, more flow?  Incorporating more play in your life will trickle over in these ways! Women at Play is here to give you the gift of time that is wholly and truly yours! Time to play and meet new wonderful women, time to take a break from the nitty-gritty of life, and time to play!

Women at Play is a group program run in 3, 6 or 12 month memberships. We connect women with fun, laughter and community! We meet for one main monthly activity for each group, and 2-3 optional activities.

Women At Play

The last Thursday of each month you (members and non-members) can come out and meet for the book club.  In between all of these are optional get-togethers where you can make Truth Cards, Gratitude Journals, Life Boards etc.

Next month I’ll be learning Hip Hop! Nothing I would have tried on my own, but am really looking forward to getting my groove on with my new friends!

There’s still room – register now and come join me for jiggling and giggling!

Thank you Christine – you have created something truly brilliant here.  Brilliant and very much needed.

For more information click on any of the links and/or images above.

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*This is a sponsored post however all opinions are mine and are sincere.  I really LOVE this program!

 

 

 

2016-07-04T11:45:14-05:00May 18th, 2015|For me, HEALTH/FITNESS, Uncategorised|1 Comment

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