PRACTICE GRATITUDE. CELEBRATE YOURSELF. LEARN FROM EACH OTHER.

 

In order to grow as individuals, it’s important to allow ourselves time to be grateful for ourselves and one another, celebrate our differences, and embrace the beautiful bodies we were given.

Featuring a diverse group of speakers, Fuzz co-founders Jessie and Flo host a night that sheds a new light on body image. This event is an opportunity for us to empower one another and rethink the way we see ourselves.

A silent auction will also take place, with items graciously provided by the Ace Class, I Love My Muff, Consonant Skincare, the Quiet Company, and more, with all proceeds going towards Sistering, a 24/7 drop in centre for women in Toronto.

We invite all bodies to join in on some inspiring chats, interesting perspectives, and more!

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Event Includes:

  • Inspiring panel discussion, featuring Anne Matthews, Lora Grady, Ingrie Williams, and Caleigh Rykiss
  • Complementary brow bar
  • Silent auction, with proceeds going towards Sistering: A Woman’s Place
  • Drinks and snacks provided by Impact Kitchen

 

Ingrie Williams

Ingrie Williams is a freelance stylist, writer, and editor who has worked in print and onlie media, as well as national television, for the past 15 years. Currently the Beauty & Style Director at Best Health, her work also regularly appears in The Kit, DARE, and on Flare.com.

Caleigh Rykiss

Take 10 years as a TV producer, 4 years as a freelance writer and digital content host and combine it with personal training, nutrition and boxing certifications and that’s where you find Caleigh – the voice, face and sweat behind popular body positive Instagram profile @CaleighFit and the Founder and CEO of BOLO (or, BodyLove) the new gym, cafe, salon and social club taking Toronto by storm!

Lora Grady

An advocate for self-love, body acceptance and bold lipstick, Lora is a beauty editor and plus-size fashion columnist. She began her career atChatelaine, one of Canada’s leading women’s lifestyle magazines and in 2014, she launched a blog, P.S. You’re Beautiful, to share her tips for learning to love your body. These days, she writes about overcoming physical challenges, pop culture, body-positive activists and her favourite cosmetics. She also makes it a priority to mentor young women in her community, especially when it comes to the body-positive movement.

Anne Matthews

Anne Matthews is a Registered Acupuncturist, Certified Personal Trainer and one of the few Canadians to have earned a Fellowship with the American Board of Oriental Reproductive Medicine. She owns and operates a very busy and successful acupuncture clinic in Toronto and is a Pro Trainer – having trained clients, trainers, and fitness managers on how to use exercise science to train for results (while approaching every session with every client with a kindness-first approach). She coaches (and follows) her online personal training system – the Energy Makeover – while also parenting her very spirited children ages 7, 6, 18-Months and 4-Months old.

 

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