Illuminate Your Gifts this Saturday at Bellevue Courtyard Marriott

Illuminating Women will present “Illuminate Your Gifts” at the Bellevue Courtyard Marriott on Saturday, Oct. 21.

This event gives women a day to feed their body and soul with hope, healthy habits, and tools to help transform the direction of their life. The conference showcases speakers and businesses dedicated to empowering, encouraging, and educating women. A community organization for women, Illuminating Women is located in the Puget Sound area and focuses on building strong connections, accepting and celebrating the diversity among women, and supporting the gifts and talents of its members in their vocation and purpose.

Co-Ownersof Illuminating Women, Jill Nichols-Hicks and Tammy Wilson Smith, created this annual self-care event for women to renew the belief in themselves, increase awareness of their strengths and learn the strategies needed to make positive changes in their lives. Guests will have the opportunity to listen to a variety of speakers who will share information on healthy nutrition, cultivating fulfilling relationships, cleaning up negative self-talk, moving stagnant energy, and creating a path to prosperity.

“Women are such caregivers that we give until we are depleted. At Illuminate Your Gifts, women will learn strategies to recharge, find their passion,and get unstuck physically, mentally and spiritually,” said Ms. Smith. “It will be a day where women who give so much to others can have the time to renewand recognize the gifts inside themselves.”

Illuminate Your Gifts’dynamic line up of speakers include Key Note Speaker, Dr. Keesha Ewers,author of Solving the Autoimmune Puzzleand Medical Director of the Academy for Integrative Medicine Health Coach Certification Program.

Guests will also hear from Prosperity Coach, Aubrey Armes; Commitment Coach, Aga Winnicka; Registered Dietitian, Kristin Hirano; and Intuitive Strategic Advisor, En-May Mangels.

In addition, the event boasts organizations and businesses that will round out this holistic event and approach to self-care with products and services that will benefit women who are ready to reignite their glow. The event will be held from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Bellevue Courtyard Marriott, 11010 NE 8th Street, Bellevue.

Tickets are available online at IlluminateYourGifts.com.


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