Inspirational Women’s Advocate and local business owner Daisy Cross is ready to find a name for her new business and she wants the community’s help to do so.
Ms Cross said originally, she wasn’t going to name the studio.
“A good friend of mine mentioned it would be fun to hand it over to the community to name the space, to make it a competition.”
“I’m looking for a business name that represents the services and a name infused with personality,” she said.
The person with the most creative and appropriate name for the studio will win a free pass to the up-coming workshop Meditation 101 – ‘Develop a Practise’.
The three -part workshop will take place on Saturday 8 February and Sunday 9, and February 15 at 4/29 Miles Street.
Ms Cross has been involved in women’s advocacy roles for more than four years and felt inspired to provide a nurturing space for community members to evolve spiritually, emotionally and mentally.
“I love collaborating and bringing community together, but I needed a consistent grounded space for these events to happen, as opposed to constantly trying to find a place each month.”
“Since the studio opened a couple of months ago, I’ve had many women ask to do a variety of workshops. This has always been my vision for opening the studio- for it to evolve into a co-creative shared space. I feel it adds creativity and flavour to Mount Isa,” she said.
The yet-to-be-named studio will hold Women’s Wisdom Circles, Kundalini and Hatha Yoga classes, meditation with crystal bowls healing, group coaching and spiritual talks, Chakra dance workshops and positive birth meet-up gatherings.
“Sometime in the near future Hypnobirthing workshops will be available as well,” Ms Cross said.
With more than eight years’ experience in teaching meditation and Yoga and a passion for self-development Ms Cross is ready to share the Dharma and ‘uplift those around me and the younger generation’.
“These gifts have greatly improved my quality of life, that’s why I’m inspired to share them with our community.”
You can get in touch with Daisy Cross on Facebook and Instagram under the handle @Daisycross.
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