A CONFERENCE to inspire women wanting to break into the wellness sector and follow their entrepreneurial dreams is being held in Chester next week.
The Well-being Warrior Women’s Conference is the idea of Nic Wagstaff, an entrepreneur who runs Inspire-Rewire, and the theme of the event is Elevate and Grow.
In line with International Women’s Day, a collection of inspirational speakers will be hosting short talks on how they have either made the break into wellness full time, or elevated their business to the next level.
Nic is best known for teaching wellness entrepreneurs how to run their own retreats, as well as running her own successful well-being business including running retreats in Chester and around North Wales.
The conference takes place on Thursday, 10 March at Cheshire View, Christleton, near Chester from 9.30am to 3.30pm with the main workshops being held between 10am and 2.30pm.
If you are a woman looking to grow or elevate your well-being business, this is an opportunity to enjoy face to face networking once again and be surrounded by like-minded ladies who are keen to grow or set up their own business, find a collaborator or get advice around PR, Marketing, Branding and Coaching.
The speaker line up is as follows:
Nicola Kemp – Marketing consultant with independent businesses, who develops their brands, websites and provides marketing support.
Gabi Forrester – Naturopath and health transformation and business mentor for health and wellness practitioners and entrepreneurs.
Claire Marie Quant – PR Expert and Career Clarity Coach for Women 40+ at a crossroads in their lives.
Anne Sheakey – owner of ATTIC Teas and expert in affiliate processes and opportunities.
Nic Wagstaff – Entrepreneur and Well-being practitioner and creator of Inspire-Rewire.
Speaking about her first Well-being Warrior Conference for Women, Nic Wagstaff said she was inspired to create the event to help and inspire others in the well-being industry and to reinforce her passion to help wellbeing practitioners share their mission and services with ideal clients through her various retreats, events and online groups.
Nic said: “This is just the first conference, and I’ve dedicated this one to women in line with International Women’s Day, but later we will open it up to everyone. As well as bringing together amazing experts in and out of the well-being world, we will understand we are not alone, it’s not for the faint-hearted but that you are truly a warrior, and it’s so worth it.
“Having worked in the well-being business for 7 years after leaving corporate where I worked as Group Head of Learning and Development, I understand how hard it is making that switch to follow your passion, and more than that, I know how it feels to have that sinking feeling after you make that choice of ‘have I done the right thing?’ when times are tough.”
PR Expert and Career Clarity Coach, Claire Marie Quant from Llangollen, North Wales will be hosting one of the workshops with the theme Belief In You. Claire set up her own PR business after quitting corporate life back in 2016. She now combines her two loves of communications with coaching women who find themselves stuck in a rut and at a career crossroads.
Claire said: “I am delighted to be sharing the day with Nic Wagstaff, of Inspire-Rewire and other inspirational speakers and delegates, as it’s so important to empower each other and help others on their personal transformation journey. So often women don’t realise their true potential because they lack confidence, and self-esteem to make a change.
“I show women that it’s never too late to re-invent themselves and live their life on their own terms. Once they have clarity on their amazing skills it’s possible to see a path to a brighter, lighter and more fulfilled life. Having a conference like this in Chester is an amazing opportunity for women to get the confidence, support and networks to follow their dreams.”
Tickets for the Well-being Warrior Women’s Conference are £49 per person, including lunch and are available at https://www.inspire-rewire.com/new-events/womens-conferences