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Our Wellbeing Workshop will ...

- stretch your thinking

- connect your passions with what's important in life

- reassess goals & focus to achieve optimal life success

- direct & plan out your actions

This workshop is facilitated by myself and my cohort, Cynthia Mahoney. We're the co-founders of the Driving Your Life program and have been hosting various workshops and activities for over eight years.

We generally attract women from around Australia and in our recent workshop we had our first participant from Japan! We keep the group small to ensure you feel safe and comfortable to stretch your thinking and feel capable to contribute to the conversations.

We have created the following five short 2 minutes videos explaining some of the activities we use in our Well-being workshop. Or, you can jump over to our Trybooking site and read more and you’re closer to committing to yourself and your well-being by being able to book your ticket. Or, maybe bring with you, a special woman in your life - we have a special deal for two tickets.


The workshop was quite life changing for me. All the stars are lining up and I have been far more successful at carefully considering if I really need to attend the meetings face to face or if I can join via Skype. The result is I have accepted all invites that I can attend via the computer and I have had 2 full weeks with every night at home (amazing and exciting!!) Because I have been home I have also completed more exercise, as a result I am sleeping better. Because I have not had the travel, I have an extra 8 hours in the week, an entire extra day!  And as a result I have got a lot more done during the week and have not needed to work on weekends.  And I have had time to attend yoga, I completed a 2 hour yoga session on Sunday and still feel a little chilled! Overall it has been a wonderful couple of weeks. Cheers, Sally
Sally Marcroft - Emergency Resource and Coordination | Agriculture Services and Biosecurity Operations Division - Department of Economic Development, Jobs, Transport and Resources