Thrive in a Toxic World – MELBOURNE WORKSHOP
23 Mar 2019
Islamic Museum of Australia , Thornbury
Modern life has plenty of advantages that people 100 years ago could never have dreamed of. But for all the conveniences and luxuries we enjoy, we’re living in one of the most toxic periods in history.
Many of us are exposed to a barrage of chemicals, and radiation that can make us sick. They’re in the air we breathe, water we drink, food we eat, and technology we use every day. While there is no escaping toxic pollutants completely, we can take measures to limit our exposure to harmful toxins.
Join Derya as we discuss solutions and strategies to overcome and lessen the impact of exposure as we walk through your whole home in this workshop.
You will walk away INSPIRED and EMPOWERED to make some significant changes.
In this three hour workshop, Health coach Derya Kucukali shares simple steps you need to know in order to detox your living space from harmful toxins and chemical laden products. Derya will also focus on external factors such as electromagnetic radiation and the more recent introduction of 5G technologies and how we can protect ourselves and our homes.
*Afterpay not available.
Date: Saturday 23rd March, 2019
Time: 10 – 1pm
Venue: Islamic Museum of Australia 15A Anderson Rd, Thornbury VIC 3071
Light refreshments will be served
About Derya Kucukali
Derya Kucukali is a holistic health and wellness coach and is the founder of online health store Organic Instinct. She’s incredibly passionate about sharing her knowledge and research into living a toxin free lifestyle and encourages everyone to take small steps to make changes, particularly in the home and workplace.
Strictly no refunds. Tickets can be transferable
Upon purchase of your ticket, you will receive a confirmation email that will include your order number and the event details. This is your proof of purchase as well as your ticket.
Tickets are single use only. Upon arrival, please display your confirmation email as proof of purchase to gain entry to the event. Breastfeeding Bubs are welcome however this event is NOT suitable or practical for older children. We need to be mindful about background noise so that we can hold space for people to concentrate and immerse themselves into this workshop without distractions.