Join us as we celebrate International Women’s Day with Groove Therapist, Amy Zhang of Groove Therapy. She’ll be putting us through our paces to an iconic mix of boss female artists who rep the hip hop, Jamaican dancehall and Afrobeats music scenes. The team from Nimble Activewear will also be joining the fun with gifts and a lucky door prize! All genders are welcome and the class is suitable for every level of fitness and experience.
Thursday, 8 March 2018
Group Ex Studio
Elixr Bondi Junction
Free - Optional $20 donation to UN Women National Committee Australia
Via Eventbrite here
Members and a guest
About Amy Zhang of Groove Therapy
Professional dancer, make-up artist and velvet tracksuit enthusiast Amy Zhang is known across Australia for her versatility. Rocking the grooves when she jumps into hip hop and other street styles, this dynamo is also trained in ballet, contemporary and jazz styles. Amy’s extensive dance vocabulary is no accident as she has been mentored by, and performed for, some of the biggest international choreographers, and danced for global brands like Wrangler and Nike. Commercial dance aside, Amy is about empowering women to reconnect with their bodies and she focuses on the importance of getting out of the negative internal monologues we sit in by simply learning how to let go and have fun again.
Empower a woman, empower a nation.
UN Women promotes women’s empowerment and gender equality and was established to accelerate progress to meet the needs of women and girls worldwide. As a community composed largely of women, Elixr is proud to support UN Women NC Australia as it champions the work done by UN Women to transform the lives of women and girls living in our country.
About Nimble Activewear
Nimble Activewear was founded back in 2014 by best friends, Vera Yan and Katia Santilli. Their vision? To design and produce running, workout and yoga clothing that looks as good as it feels and WOW, did they get it right! But that’s not the only reason we love this phenomenal brand. Aside from being dynamic businesswomen, Vera and Katia are also thoroughly committed to supporting projects that empower women globally – and that’s definitely worth celebrating!
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