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Global Women’s Summit

Presented by the Women’s Information Network 
Saturday, March 25, 2017

The Women’s Information Network (WIN) is a caring community of women who want to connect and collaborate to better themselves and their business ventures. This fall, they will present the Global Women’s Summit — a place where women can come to learn about Total Life Excellence and how to live your fullest lives personally, in your relationships, and in your businesses. You’ll learn everything from Self Mastery to How to be a Practically Perfect Parent to How to Create Financial Abundance. This is also where you can connect and collaborate with other women — worldwide — as we help each other live our finest lives.

Enlightening Women’s Minds and Empowering Women’s Hearts, for a Better World
This life-changing event is part of a magnificent Global Women’s Initiative — 1,000 Summits are being presented internationally ( It is designed for women who are ready to catapult their lives and their businesses forward… in ways you never dreamed of.

For more information, contact Paula Cole, Health and Fitness Director at

Code #: 7705

Register here.

View the flier for the event. (Please note the date has changed to Saturday, March 25, 2017)

Vendors Wanted

Calling all entrepreneurs and businesses that would like to reach Metropolitan DC’s empowered women. We are inviting you to partner with us as a vendor at the Summit. For more information and fees, please contact or



The Health, Fitness & Aquatics staff hosts monthly wellness programs and information sessions designed to engage, educate, and motivate members to adopt healthier lifestyles. Each month features a program, event, or publication that sheds light on an aspect of social, emotional, occupational, physical, intellectual, environmental or spiritual wellness. Workshops are free for all members.

The Health and Fitness staff host monthly wellness workshops from September–May designed to engage, educate, and motivate members to adopt healthier lifestyles. Each month features a different workshop that focuses on the mind, body, or spirit.


Wellness Workshop: Sugar Addiction
Wednesday, December 14, 11:45am–1pm
Are you suffering from sugar cravings?  Do you find yourself wanting to eat sugar daily or at specific times?  Are you having difficulties to keep your weight under control? Dominique Hoffman, a nutrition expert, will lead this seminar and will explain a lot of these problems and give you ideas for how to combat these sugar cravings.
Fee: $10/ $5 for members


Wednesday, January 18 11:45am–12:45pm
Presented by Petya Ivanova
Come learn about Reiki, a Japanese healing technique for stress reduction and relaxation and get the chance to experience one 15-minute session for free. Known by some people as alternative Japanese medicine and by others as “healing hands therapy” Reiki is the life force energy that will improve your health and change your life.
Fee: $10/ $5 members
Code: #7998

Security Awareness
Wednesday, February 8 11:45am–12:45pm
Presented by Sheka Bangura, JCCNV Director of Security
Safety tips on how to be more vigilant and conscious in your everyday life. Educate yourself on procedures and policies of how to inform law enforcement of suspicious events and be mindful of the environment when in public places or at home.
Fee: $10/ $5 members
Code: #7999

Wednesday, March 8 11:45am–12:45pm
Presented by Neck Back & Beyond
Homeopathy is a system of medicine which involves treating the individual with highly diluted substances, with the aim of triggering the body's natural system of healing. It was discovered by a German doctor, Samuel Hahnemann in 1796, who looked for a way to reduce the damaging side-effects associated with medical treatment of the day. Join this workshop to learn more about it and how to benefit from it!
Fee: $10/ $5 members
Code: #8000

Gardening Safety Measures
Wednesday, April 26 11:45am–12:45pm
Presented by Rebecca Friedlander
Stay physically active and safe while gardening this season. From proper clothing to sun and bug protection to preventing injuries while being active, you will get the insight of the latest tips and recommendations for gardening.
Fee: $10/ $5 members
Code: #8001

If you’d like to see a workshop on a topic that interests you, please contact Exercise and Wellness Coordinator,

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