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Dear Members & Colleagues

Are work and life really meant to be in opposition to one another? Is the notion of work-life balance unrealistic for professional working women today? We think so, and want to debunk the myth so you stop feeling guilty and frustrated when you feel like you can’t keep the balancing act up! 
Join us for a lively discussion as our wellness experts present their unique approaches on the new way to integrate work and life, the issue of workaholics and perfectionists, how to avoid an energy crisis and what three powerful daily habits will boost your energy and performance.
Kind regards,
WLANSW Newcastle Chapter
Women & Wellness @ Work:
A panel presentation of different approaches to the work-life balance myth 

5.30pm for 6-7.30pm Panel Presentation and Q&A, Wednesday 14th September 2016
The Newcastle Club, 40 Newcomen Street, Newcastle (please note dress code

Guest Speakers:
Lisa Mills, Performance Coach, Speaker & Trainer;
Tarnya Davis, Director & Principal Clinical Psychologist at NewPsych Psychologists; and
Lee Clements, Business Owner & Natural Therapies Expert

Lisa Mills is a Performance and Wellness Coach passionate about helping professional working women build physical and mental strength for professional and personal success. Lisa motivates, inspires, empowers, teaches and encourages professionals through a holistic approach. With 24 years of experience, Lisa helps clients to understand the blocks that are holding them back from thinking and feeling the way they want, and works with them to develop a tailored approach to overcome these obstacles in the easiest way
Tarnya Davis is the Director & Principal Clinical Psychologist at NewPsych Psychologists. With over 20 years of experience as a clinical and forensic psychologist, she has worked with most of the challenges that life throws at us all. Tarnya also writes a weekly column for the The Herald and is the psychologist the paper usually calls upon to comment.  She speaks regularly nation-wide on psychological issues and has authored a book ‘All things considered – perspectives on life, love, happiness and relationships’.  Tarnya runs training sessions for organisations, psychology students and peers.
Lee Clements has been the owner of several successful businesses in the health, wellness and day spa industry. With over 35 years’ experience, Lee's qualifications are in Remedial Massage, Reflexology, Shiatsu, Oki- Do Yoga, Yin Yang Yoga, Hot Yoga, Hatha Yoga, Aromatherapy, Reiki, Polarity Therapy, Breath Therapy, Meditation and Mindfulness. Lee is an endorsed Meditation Teacher with The Gawler Foundation, Australia and MAA  (Meditation Association of Australia). Lee is an accredited member with ATMS (Australian Traditional Medicine Society) and a registered member with YA (Yoga Australia).

Members $20pp Non-Members $35pp, includes refreshments
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