Co-working hub Make Place is gearing up for another inspiring speaker to take to the stage at their next networking program, Morning Glory.
Mandurah millennial and winner of the WA Active Achiever and Premier's Australia Day Under 25's Active Citizenship award, Asha Holland, will speak about her business, Alternatively Healthy, from 7.30am on March 9.
Asha is a leader in the field of empowering, educating and inspiring young women to feel confident in their own skin - backed by extensive training in science, exercise and wellness.
She will share key experiences from her own traumatic journey, that eventually helped motivate her to want to help others.
Light refreshments will be provided so come along and be inspired!
Also coming up on the Make Place calendar is Cabernet and Canvas from 2pm on Saturday, February 22 - a chance to paint an impressionist masterpiece with guidance from a professional artist while enjoying a few drinks.
Vibrant and dynamic businesswoman, Kellie Murphy, is determined to share her passion for health, wellness and vitality with everyone.
Kellie has energy to burn, loves working out in the gym and radiates the health and fitness she believes everyone is capable of.
She has joined a diverse group of entrepreneurs hiring 'space' at Make Place to form a base for her health and wellness home business. Here, she has more structure in her day, is better focused and can collaborate with other members. This networking has included getting business advice from the vast mix of co-workers at Make Place.
For more information about Make Place, or to check out all their upcoming events, visit makeplace.org.au.
Karen Lyons is a member of The Makers.