Secure your Vagina Dialogues tickets NOW!
Next public event Saturday 18th January 2020
HUNGERFORD TOWN HALL, High St, Hungerford RG17 0NF 7.30 pm till 10 pm
Ladies, do you want to start the New Year off with some clarity, focus and renewed confidence in yourself?
Then this event will be right up your street! Read the info below and then click on one of the buttons and book your ticket (S) NOW! Bring a friend for FREE – there’s always safety in numbers!
The Vagina Dialogues is a unique event for women which looks at the mothering role and how the relationship with our mothers affects us all profoundly, whether we go on to become mothers or not. It provides an opportunity for reflection, increased self-awareness and clarity about who we are and the importance of our role as women in the 21st C. It has been running on a regular basis since 2013.
The relaxed format of part-presentation and part-discussion enables women of all ages to come together and share their insights and experience of being mothered/being a mother in a supportive, fun and interesting way. So far the age range of the participants has been between 14 and 88, and the event has been held in various cities all over the UK, Sweden and Brisbane, Australia. It’s an event that you can come to time and time again….there’s obviously a structure to the evening but there are always new people in the room who ask different questions/bring different insights. It’s like reading a book which you pick up again in six months time and think, “How on earth did I miss that!”
Ladies, bring your female friends, colleagues and family – come along even/especially if you’re not a mother – you were mothered and have that experience and insight to contribute. You may learn something that could change your life, or even better, maybe you’ll inspire someone else. Guaranteed thought-provoking and FUN – see you there.
Lis and the team x
NB BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL FOR THIS EVENT as there won’t be tickets available on the door. See below for bookng links and Book NOW to avoid disappointment :). Also, please note that tickets ARE NON-REFUNDABLE once issued – if you find yourself unable to come, please gift your ticket to a friend or colleague. You’ll notice below that you can buy one, get one free? If you want to come alone, that’s great. AND if you want to bring someone with you, even greater!
WARNING! NB: One VERY important thing to note, this event isn’t for everyone. Come if you’re female and over 14, you’re non-judgmental, curious and have an open mind – oh, and you want to make a difference in the world :
PS! This event has nothing to do with the Vagina Monologues show. This event is unique, and the best possible description is it’s a respectful, facilitated conversation – isn’t that what’s missing in today’s society?
If you’re interested in the underlying philosophy of the event, then, watch the next two videos….only 220 secs required to watch both… we’ve packed a LOT into them!
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VAGINA DIALOGUES: Saturday 18th January 2020
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“Not knowing what to expect, then feeling as though everything’s been covered” ~ Mel Tozer
” I can’t believe how much I opened up to complete strangers – and how comfortable I felt doing it” ~ Gemma
” You won’t know what you’re missing if you don’t come to this most entertaining evening! ” ~ Sheila Harper
” Wow! What a night….I can’t believe my mum stood up – and enjoyed it so much, thank you.”
” It was great to interact with the other women and realise we all have the same issues. I have given myself permission to wind down!!” ~ Meg Thomas
” A fascinating and inspiring evening, thanks Lis. Helped me to process old hurts and to feel courage and self-belief to move forward ” ~ Janie Perry
” The great ‘aha’ I took away from VD came right out of the blue. I can highly recommend [it] for anyone who wants a change in their life” ~ Jackie Notman
” An inspirational evening which flew by and went too quickly – more please!” ~ Gail Lummis
“A wonderful, safe environment to share experiences and insights which resonate with us all as women who care enough to make a positive commitment to being the best they can be”
“She [Lis] makes it so fun and informal, it feels just like a night out with your girlfriends”
You might be interested to see where all this is heading?
A bunch of women is normally my idea of hell and as such I was hesitant at first. As soon as Lis appeared that all changed. Not only is her enthusiasm infectious, she has the uncanny knack of feeling the energy in the room, acknowledging what is going on and quickly shifting it to a positive vibrant atmosphere. I could see the women around me change, inspired by her stories and her wisdom.Her knowledge, warmth and ‘100 years of parenting experience’ feels like the comforting shoulder of your best friend; quite extraordinary.
My original purpose of attending was professional. I wanted to experience and learn how people inspire people, how women change women and how people deal with ‘inspirational education’ in a group setting. Unexpectedly I had various ‘Aha-moments’ myself which is a sign of a gifted communicator. Although she did a lot of the talking you never felt like you were being talked at or to; it truly was a dialogue with all the women in the audience.
If you haven’t experienced Vagina Dialogues, go and book it now. It’s a fun evening with a serious message and one that can make your life even better. And I promise, no female bitchiness in sight…
Lis works intuitively and instinctively whether she’s working with individuals or large groups. She’s strong, yet gentle, compassionate, enormous fun and dedicated to guiding people towards living better lives. Lis also has a vast amount of experience and knowledge on which to draw to back up what she’s saying. Her integrity is impeccable and I wholeheartedly recommend her.
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