Women Beyond Ordinary
Thursday, March 5
$ 25/pp includes refreshment and nibbles
Women Beyond Ordinary
In each woman sits a genius, something extra-ordinary, that has to come forward.
The idea to form regular panel discussions to provide a safe and fun environment to learn from others resulted in founding "Women Beyond Ordinary". Designed to provide encouragement, networking opportunities, and support in exploring women’s leadership roles in a variety of contexts. Women are amazing leaders at home and in the workplace and should be given access and equality to every opportunity that men have.
The panel members will give the group some of their best advice based off of their experience.
After the break we split the attendees up in smaller groups to discuss in each group the topic of the evening. Everybody has a voice and the opportunity to contribute.
March 5 - Topic
Women’s empowerment in a climate changing word.
We see two enormous movements emerging around us : the rise of the women and the planetary challenges
Is there a connection?
Our planet is crying for help.
Women are awakening and are in a catchup movement to equality.
The balance between men and women must become restored.
If we gain ground on gender equality, we also gain ground on addressing global warming.
Equality for women in agriculture, education and family planning.
Women are Vital Voices and agents for change on this planet.
We're too often ignored or silenced when we speak, we are too often passed over when plans are laid, or investments made
We need to function more like an ecosystem, finding strength in our diversity.
This is a time of great awakening.
It is a magnificent thing to be alive in a moment that matters so much.
This earth our home It's calling for us to be bold
During our exclusive evening, you’ll be filled with hope and courage and inspired to apply these amazing insights to your own life. Bring a friend or come by yourself. Numbers are limited.
Book now to avoid missing out.
Women Beyond Ordinary I Facilitator & Founder
An intuitive entrepreneur, Ingrid evolved from the Psycho Therapist she once was in her home land Belgium, to become a highly successful business women who has dedicated herself to mentoring others.
Emigrating to New Zealand in February 2000, Ingrid founded a globally successful food manufacturing business, Van Dyck Fine Foods ltd, brand "Marcel's" pancakes.
Winner of several Business Excellence Awards during her time at the company.
In January 2018, Ingrid found her calling and has since dedicated herself to helping and empowering women with her organization Women Beyond Ordinary. She regularly facilitates meetups, panel discussions, mentoring, public speaking and workshops aimed at empowering and teaching women about their inner strength.
Landscape designer | Engineer | Changemaker.
Kama likes to “create the world she wants to live in”. And that world is lushly forested with flowering pastures, diverse food production, and healthy waterways. In that world people are happy and are connected to their neighbours and the community around them.
Throughout her life, Kama’s work and community projects have been about creating that world. This has included setting up the Enviroschools program in Taranaki, establishing the farmers market in New Plymouth, teaching ecological literacy, setting up an interest-free financial cooperative, working with land owners to heal landscapes, and establishing the New Plymouth Cohousing neighbourhood (in progress!).
Dr. Stephanie Mines
Neuroscientist I Psychologist I Author
She developed the TARA Approach for the Resolution of Shock and Trauma, an international training program. She is also the Director of Climate Change &Consciousness (www.cccearth.org).
Her unique perspective on the climate crisis comes from her understanding of trauma, her academic research and her
extensive work with healing trauma in communities.
Dr. Mines understands trauma and shock from every conceivable perspective. She has investigated it as a survivor, a professional, a healthcare provider, and as a trainer of staffs of institutions and agencies. Her blend of Western and Eastern modalities offers the best of both paradigms.
Natural Medicine Practicioner
Corryn brings together her knowledge of both Welsh and Maori medicine working alongside nature and Wairua.
She also works in an NGO managing community projects around Taranaki, and her focus has been primarily on a holistic approach to well-being and self-determination. She believes that people sustain and create their own futures, with their own voices
Artist | Alchemist | Spiritual Counsellor | Flower Essence Therapist
In 2019 Teresa co-founded LUMEN Studios & Gallery where she is a resident artist. Teresa has been using collage as a tool for exploring consciousness and deepening self-awareness for over 20 years. Her artworks are alchemical tools for transforming consciousness and promoting wholeness.
After graduating art school and working in the arts sector for 10 years, Teresa became a mother and shifted her focus to natural health and holistic wellbeing. She has studied various pathways to wellbeing including Naturopathy, Psychosynthesis, Meditation and Shamanic Healing. She is a spiritual counsellor and a specialist in New Zealand Native Flower Essence Therapy.
She has been a student with the Medicine Woman Centre for Esoteric and Shamanic Studies since 2011 and studying Buddhism for 15 years, regularly attending intensive silent meditation retreats. In 2018 she became a Buddhist Chaplain apprentice and trained to assist people to pass peacefully
5:30 pm - Welcome - Doors open
6:00 pm - Introduction of panel members.
6:05 pm - Listen to the panel discussion to warm up and learn.
6:35 pm - Coffee-Tea and nibble time
7:00 pm - Contribute in small groups and let your voice count
7:45 pm - Results of group discussions
8:00 pm - Time for powerful networking to close.
Committee members :
Paula Barkley : Owner New Plymouth Caci Clinic
Olena Williams : Founder at Ethnic Cooking Classes and App LOZHKA
Ingrid Vercammen : Founder "Women Beyond Ordinary".