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Nurturing mind, body & soul

Nurturing mind, body & soul

Posted 23 November 2022

Our final lunch and learn session for the year is coming up on Thursday 1 December. This month’s theme is 'nurturing mind, body & soul', and will be hosted by IBA's Government and Public Relations Manager, Mishalia Birch. Image of resting woman and details of the Lunch & Learn.

We are very fortunate and excited to be joined by special guest Allira Potter. Allira is a proud Yorta Yorta woman, author, podcast host, intuitive reader, energy healer, and an empowerment mindset coach. Her practice is fully immersed around culture, cultural awareness, and education, with a focus on debunking the wellness narrative to ensure diverse representation and decolonisation of white-dominated wellness space.

Allira’s socially broadcasted messaging empowers women to embrace their bodies, curves and all, and to love themselves for who they are. Allira has recently worked with both international and national clients including The Body Shop, Kathmandu, Instagram, Libra, Cotton On, Schwarzkopf, LuluLemon, MECCA, Bioderma, Kmart, Spell, Wella, Target, Bumble, and many more.

In December 2021, Allira released her first book, ‘Wild & Witchy’ - a handbook for millennials about life, loss, spirituality, and women’s intuition.

Register for this event.