The Conscious Playground

Facilitators

 
 

the team

These people are in their zone of genius and have been handpicked specially for you, to make sure you leave the retreat with a new lease on life and work.

 
 
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WORKSHOP facilitator | Shelley lasslet from vitae coaching

Shelley Laslett is the CEO and Co-Founder of Vitae.Coach (Vitae), a startup that takes neuroscience out of the lab and into life to help people grow themselves and their businesses. Using the latest neuroscience, Vitae helps businesses improve performance by empowering people, teams and leaders with practical neurological knowledge, tailored learning programs, brain based coaching and advisory services. She is a startup advisor, startup mentor startup board member, brain-based coach and international speaker. Shelley has helped a number of companies evolve, change and bring their new ideas to life, such as Salesforce, Deloitte, Westpac, WeWork Labs, Founders Factory, marie claire, Founders Intelligence, Qantas, Tech Ready Women and EY. 

 
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WORKSHOP FACILITATOR | ALICIA penhorwood FROM HARPER COLLECTIVE

Alicia Penhorwood is the Founder & Director of Harper Collective, a thriving agency designed to amplify brands by making their marketing effortless.

Alicia will be joining us to help you unlock your message so that you can feel aligned with your brand and capture people’s attention to begin connecting yourself with opportunities that will grow your business. 

 
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meals | tash and tom from burbury wholefoods

Tash and Tom are on a mission to create knowledgeable food with the highest nutritional value that dances the taste buds and enlightens the soul. Their diverse menus cater to all dietary requirements, vegetarian, completely free of refined sugars and processed foods. The ingredients they source are organic and as local and seasonal as possible.

 
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FOUNDER | PIP BEST

Pip has experienced first hand that while running your own businesses can been incredible, it also holds some challenges. Like most small business, she was doing all the accounts, marketing, social media, scheduling and teaching the workshops, following up with customers and collaborators, writing and performing ceremonies, the legal paperwork (and her social work background didn’t prepare her for any of those things)! It can feel overwhelming, so she started to ask herself - “what if I could get people out from behind their screens and their tired routines and sit knee to knee with other business owners?” She had a vision to create a space where people could share their learnings, find community, work on their business and look after themselves, all at the same time. And so … Out of Office was born.