Local spa owner, life coach now offering workshops for women to explore meaningful ways to learn about individual passions while gaining self-esteem and confidence

CANONSBURG, PA…Two local women have come together to offer a series of “Workshops for Wonderful Women” throughout 2009, to be held at Sarah Bella Day Spa in Canonsburg, PA.

Sarah Jenkins, owner of Sarah Bella Day Spa, and MaryAnn Fatheddin, certified life coach, possess a unique combination of experience, with diverse backgrounds in the wellness, self-care and personal development sectors. “Workshops for Wonderful Women” will build upon that knowledge, offering participants the chance to find their “true selves” through a series of specialized workshops.

“At Sarah Bella, our goal has always been to provide a nurturing, healing environment for a beautiful experience from the inside out,” said Jenkins. “’Workshops for Wonderful Women’ now allows us to focus on the mind and spirit, creating a supportive atmosphere for women to explore their individual passions while making positive connections with other women.”

“As we are so deeply aware, the news in the world today is so draining,” said Fatheddin. “Protecting our energy and revitalizing our hopefulness is our responsibility. Our aim is to provide an experience of learning, sharing and nurturing. Our community of women is strong and moving forward in the midst of uncertainty with power and anticipation.”

“Workshops for Wonderful Women” topics for 2009 include:

February 21 – Romancing Your Passions
Explore meaningful ways to learn about your individual passions which fuel your life. Passion is the sweet juice of existence. Build on yours.

May 16 – The “Splendid Secrets” of “Self-Care”
On an airplane, passengers are advised that if in the unlikely event of needing oxygen, take care of your own oxygen first. Open up to ways of taking care of your “true self” first.

August 15 – Super Confidence and You
More than self-esteem, super-confidence just doesn’t make you feel good – it helps you bounce back when life throws you a curve ball. Learn the principles that anyone can start today.

November 14 – Delicious Connections
The holidays are here. It’s time for parties and family dinners. Discover eloquent ways to connect with the important people in your world.

A variety of supplementary topics are also being planned, including workshops on journaling, self-esteem, simple solutions for stress, the essence of being a mother and more.

Interested participants should call 724-746-7088 for more information, including program and registration details. A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Noah Angelici “Hope” Foundation. Also visit www.SarahBellaDaySpa.com.

About Sarah Jenkins: Sarah Jenkins is the owner of Sarah Bella Day Spa – a Canonsburg, PA-based spa offering a variety of face and body treatments in a tranquil setting. As a natural born motivational speaker gifted with emotional intuition, Jenkins combines her background in the health, beauty and wellness sectors with the ability to inspire, motivate and encourage individuals to understand themselves while gaining a renewed sense of hope. She is a licensed aesthetician and massage therapist, having trained at South Hills Beauty Academy and the Pittsburgh School of Massage Therapy.

About MaryAnn Fatheddin: MaryAnn Fatheddin leads and ignites the art of teaching and personal development and authors the change experience in coaching and learning for her clients. Currently serving as the chief talent officer for Malin, Bergquist & Company, she previously held key roles with General Electric and served as director of organizational development at NiSource, Inc. Fatheddin trained as a coach at the Corporate Coach University and earned the designation of master level trained facilitator by Gager and Associates. She additionally trained at Crotonville, GE’s world-renowned business learning center, and the Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. She holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Youngstown State University.

 

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