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The Goddess Project (Geelong)

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THE ROAD TRIP DOCUMENTARY DRIVING WOMEN'S EMPOWERMENT FORWARD

Determined to empower the feminine voice, two filmmakers packed their lives into a school bus and hit the road for what became the most transformative adventure of their lives.

Through powerful conversations with over 100 women from different walks of life, The Goddess Project gives an intimate look into the collective experience that many women face today.

Some of the topics covered in the film are self-discovery, travel, menstruation, sisterhood, the media & its influence, healing from trauma & abuse, creativity, sustainability and pursuing your dreams.

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Q&A panel
Michelle Buggy is an artist (Bach of Arts – Fine Art), Creative Art Therapist (Masters of Research – Experiential & Creative Arts Therapy), Art Trainer (Cert 4 in T&A), facilitator (14 years’ experience) and mother of 5 (& with a loving supportive husband). She loves to honour Rites of Passage & is a facilitator of ‘Celebration Day for Girls’ on the Surf Coast. She enjoys people; heart felt conversation, creativity & thrives on connection in its many forms, including dance, mindfulness, quiet contemplation & loud wild fun. Michelle Buggy is the Director of ‘InformEmotion’ - A Experiential & Creative Art therapy based Business that provides Counselling, Creative Art Therapy Workshops and is involved in the creation of Community Arts projects (including The Red Tepee Project and creator of 'Spring Tides' - an Experiential Creative Arts Therapy Journal) & events. Michelle is also an Art Therapist at The Geelong Clinic including; working with addictive behaviours, Eating disorders, inpatients and outpatients with a variety of mental health issues. ‘Arts Trainer – ‘Surf Coast; Painting with Parkinson's’ Creative Director of 'The Red Tepee' - Community Art Project & Installation And a Practicing Artist – currently working on a children’s book.

Loretta Hart has helped hundreds of busy, overwhelmed and awesome chicks find their happy within the mess of life. Not having to wait until they are on holidays or when things get going in their business - now in the midst of the whirlwind that life can be. What Loretta has learnt through research, study, self exploration and working with women to help them move towards a life of joy, being present, and rolling with whatever life brings, is that happiness is an inside job. But breaking through to it can feel daunting, overwhelming and sometimes unclear on how to get started.
Loretta's methods of improving mindset, developing usable tools and strategies, values work and energy and emotional clearing are all aimed at empowering women to understand themselves and continue to live a life they can look back on and be proud.

It’s Loretta's aim to guide women to connect to themselves more fully so that then they can be the person they want to be. Happy, calm, present, wise, reasoned, balanced and down right awesome and then this positive energy then flows to their families and communities, rippling out globally.
 

Dasha Clarke
"I am a Melbourne-based Birth Doula and Relationship Coach for Parents, and trained in birth support, spiritual midwifery and parenthood transitions. I provide support to women and their partners through the incredibly powerful experiences of Birth and Parenthood. These experiences are rites of passages where we have the chance to expand ourselves and elevate our society. My work serves to bridge the gap between the care that women and partners are given and the care that they all need to best honour and embrace the experience of creating and caring for the next generation. My role as wife and mother of two will always be my proudest work for these very reasons."

About the event
Through thought-provoking events that inspire action, and using the power of film to illuminate the issues of our time, Suburban Sandcastles is a movement for people seeking to live with their minds opened by wonder, not closed by belief. Join us at The Potato Shed in Drysdale, Geelong, for a nourishing meal, wholefood snacks, beer and wine, all available for purchase before the film. Connect with our community and explore what's on offer from our wellness and lifestyle exhibitors.

Event program
6pm doors open, nourishing food and drink available, local exhibitors
7pm film commences
8.40pm Q&A panel
9.15pm event concludes