Nelson workshop helps women get ‘in tune’

Noreen Lynas, owner of Cottons Clothing Company, is pleased to announce the launch of In Tune with You

Noreen Lynas, owner of Cottons Clothing Company, is pleased to announce the launch of  In Tune with You a two day workshop facilitated in association with six dynamic presenters.

“In Tune With You” is a journey focusing on pampering and nurturing a womens body, mind and soul and is being delivered with love and intention.

“I thought it was a great way for busy women to take time for themselves,” says Lynas. “It’s also a wonderful opportunity for fusion market six women in business. I believe women need more time for fun, laughter and exploring their potential.”

These two amazing days will include: facial by Rae Naka (Mary-Kay) haircare by Dani (Found Spa and Salon) foundation garment by Tobias, (Lonnie’s Lingerie) personal colour style by Hazel Mousley; fitness, health and nutrition by Ali Popoff (Kutenai Finest and The Studio) life coaching by Pauline Daniel (Coaching Connections.)

A nutritional lunch is included in day one and a health minded dinner and movie (at Reo’s new theatre) will top off day two.

Over the two days women will start with appearance and then rediscover fun, freedom, laughter and joy that touches your soul.

“This is only the beginning and we hope to offer and expand these workshops on an on-going basis,” says Lynas.

Pre-registration is required with a maximum of 10 women. Cost is $95 per person for both days. Lunch is included in day one Sunday, March 4. Dinner and a light hearted movie on Sunday, March 25 will complete this wonderful workshop. Please stop by Cottons Clothing Company, 390 Baker Street to get more information and register to getting In Tune With You.



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