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Women's Empowerment Workshop Coming to Grand Bahama
Feb 26, 2016 - 12:01:07 PM

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Freeport, The Bahamas - Resident personal development expert and best-selling author, Angelika Christie is inviting women of Grand Bahama and beyond to attend her "Prosper on Purpose" one-day-workshop on Saturday, March 5th at the Pelican Bay Hotel.

The event is packed with information known to teach women how to step into their brilliance, be confident, stand out and shine in their personal and business lives , according to the many raving testimonials of women who have attended her workshops in the past.

"I've spent decades learning from, and have been mentored, by the best of the best in the world. I am excited to share my knowledge with women here at home who want to stand out and be their Best” said the sought after trainer and mentor to women, Angelika Christie.

Through her over 30 years of extensive professional expertise and personal experience, Angelika Christie determined that overwhelm, competition, fear, confusion, and a “Lack of Self-Love” are the unidentified reasons why so many women are still stuck in the old paradigm of lack and scarcity.

"Each woman has the potential to be vibrant, confident, and successful, and I plan to show her how to step into her brilliance so that she can lead with confidence and Prosper on Purpose in her business and her life.

Angelika is a multi-disciplined personal development expert of 30 years; she’s a certified Heart Intelligence coach, doctor of Naturopathy, anti-aging specialist. She is a sought after international speaker, trainer and mentor. She facilitates wellness and business retreats in the Bahamas and is committed to empowering women to take the lead, so that they can become the pillars of a new consciousness that create community and prosperity.

"I've known Angelika for 20 years," said Robbin Whachell, Editor / Co-founder, TheBahamasWeekly.com. "She's an incredibly beautiful woman, but I believe much of her beauty radiates from within. Angelika exudes light, which is confidence and integrity. She makes everyone feel welcomed and loved, which is a rare gift."

The seminar will be packed with bonuses and prizes. Local branding expert, Chelsea Johnson, will be joining Mrs. Christie for a training segment. The day together has an overall value of $1500, however Angelika Christie is offering the seminar for only $97.

Local support has been garnered by the Grand Bahama Port Authority who have generously confirmed to sponsor the admission of 10 women.

"I am excited to offer this powerful workshop to local women for this price. I know times are hard for many," said Angelika. "Please join me. We are going to have a lot of fun, and I promise that you will leave with tools and knowledge that you can apply the next day, so that you can have more joy, health, success and love in your life.”

Women can call email info@angelikachristie.com to register, or call 1-242-352-1010 / 359-5550. Seating is limited to 50 Women. Registration is also being taken online from the seminar's Facebook event page. https://www.facebook.com/events/1100258203358949/

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