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Join us on the closing night of the creativity & wellness retreat for a self-reflective poetry reading from Samukele Ncube's book "Things You Need to Hear Most" and discussion on self-discovery, self-love and dreaming big. This will be accompanied by a breath work session with Meghan Johnston, giving you best-practices on how to use this meditative practice to maintain balance & manage stress while you build your creative business.

6:00-7:00pm - Community networking

7:00-8:30pm - Reading, discussion + breathwork session

8:30-9:00pm - Final discussion

Light refreshments will be served.

SAMUKELE NCUBE: Is a Creator whose gift lies in writing. As a recovering perfectionist and overachiever, writing has been the cornerstone of her journey towards healing and in learning self-love.

In a world that constantly tells us who we should be, she is a strong believer that we all have the answers that we seek to live out our life's purpose and strives to help others rediscover their internal guiding voice through her work.

Things You Need to Hear Most is her debut collection of poetry that has allowed to her to embrace her gift of writing for the first time, while also offering others healing through words that she needed on her darkest days.

MEGHAN JOHNSTON: I help creative people develop heart-centered wellness practices that inspire, so that they can shine brighter! 

I make wellness easy.

I offer dynamic tools and thoughtful spaces for you to come home to your wholeness and reconnect with all that is possible.

Through my podcast, speaking, workshops and yoga teaching, I help creative people find simple and effective ways to weave wellness into their daily rhythms.

I deliver powerful content that inspires wellbeing in all areas of life by drawing on over nine years teaching Yoga & Meditation, my experience working in Higher Education, and my training with internationally acclaimed organization Yoga Medicine.

This is an accessible venue. We are welcoming to all covid19 comfort levels and want you to feel accommodated. Sanitization, masks optional (but recommended while seated indoors). The garage door will be open for optimal air-flow.