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Yoga, meditation and rosé on tap at this Women’s Day brunch in Milnerton
If you want to indulge while still doing some good, you’ll get all that and more at this Women’s Day brunch (with a lot more than brunch) hosted by the Jedi Tedi Foundation on 9 August 2019 at Sunset Beach in Milnerton.
INNER PEACE INDULGENCE
Empower yourself with a breathing space seminar, along with rosé on tap and brunch.
There’ll be six different stations to experience: Mindful Meditation, Energy Healing, Free Movement with Binaural Beats, Yoga, Angel Card Reading and Reflexology. The afternoon will flow into manicures and short inspirational stories. There’ll also be some giveaways.
WHAT IS THE JEDI TEDI FOUNDATION?
It’s a nonprofit organisation that raises awareness of kids suffering from rare diseases, specifically, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS), in honour of the founders’ son Jed, who suffered from it in 2016. The organisation sews and sells Jedi Tedis and other goods for awareness. They hope to empower parents to carry on fighting for their kids with various support groups and workshops.
DO GOOD TOO
All proceeds from the Women’s Day brunch go towards the Jedi Tedi Foundation. Jedi Tedi requests that those attending bring a pre-loved item that can be donated to the Red Cross Hospital.
TICKETS TO THE JEDI TEDI WOMEN’S DAY BRUNCH
Tickets cost R250pp and can be purchased by contacting email@example.com or +27 (0)82 859 3960.
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