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Ceylon Chamber to hold wellness session in celebration of International Women’s Day 2019

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On 8 March, in celebration of International Women’s Day, the Ceylon Chamber of Commerce is organising a special wellness session for working women, conducted by Irushi Aluwihara. 

Irushi is the Director of Image Consultants, and is a fully-fledged personality development trainer. She has a track record of 15 years of delivering high impact consulting, training, facilitation and coaching solutions, ranging from single owner organisations to blue chip multinationals. Her training programs are filled with excitement and engagement.

The wellness session will address issues faced by women, and how to maintain a healthy work-life balance. It will include topics such as ‘Have you ever listened to your inner voice?’, ‘Understand your self-worth’, ‘Should you wear the pants at home’, ‘Our journey as a female’, and ‘Maintaining yourself to attract or boost your self-esteem’. The session will be held from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at the Ceylon Chamber, and registration is priced at Rs. 500. Those who wish to join may contact Ushani Dassanayake via 5588898 or ushani@chamber.lk to register. 


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