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Join Us For Our Own The Shift Virtual Wellness Event

2021 is the year to fuel power into our intentions and dreams.

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Are you ready to scale up your life and step into your full power in 2021? xoNecole presents #OwnTheShift, a free virtual toast to embracing the space between who you are and who you're becoming. In partnership with Facebook and Instagram Reels, #OwnTheShift is hosted by multi-talented entertainment journalist Gia Peppers with special guests on topics ranging from money management to wellness to finding your voice. In cultivating this online space, #OwnTheShift will share tangible and inspiring takeaways to channel the readiness to step fully into owning the next transition of self and wealth.

2020 was a year unparalleled and for many of us, a year that brought forth many revelations on what does and doesn't serve us. 2021 is the year to fuel power into our intentions and dreams.

Through this intentional program, women will learn the ingredients on how to level up in how we speak, manage, stretch, empower and heal; both ourselves and each other. To "own the shift" is to possess a curiosity within yourself, the courage to not ignore what you discover, and the unshakeable faith to stand firm in what you need to get what you want in life. From the comfort of your own home and, for free, you can tune into the wise teachings of experts across a bevy of industries. Below you'll find a rundown of the panelists, topics, and times to tune in!

The event will start at 11 AM EST and you can register for your free ticket here!

SHIFT Yourself with Wellness Strategist Toni Jones

An intentional course on the importance of self-talk and how we speak to and over ourselves. In this session, we will learn how Toni Jones owned her shift into a new genre of music through mastering the keys to positive self-talk and trusting your path. Here attendees will leave having a better grasp on how to create mental campaigns to shift their negative narratives and amplify personal affirmations through the understanding of their subconscious-design.

SHIFT Your Pockets with Money Expert Tonya Rapley

Money management is a fundamental part of one's success and necessary to level up. Through this segment, financial specialist Tonya Rapley will demystify the concepts of saving, budgeting, and investing in a series of practical steps to see immediate financial confidence and growth even during these global transitions.

SHIFT Your Wellness with Health Advocate Phyllicia Bonano

The pandemic has directly altered the idea of work-life balance - between Zoom meetings, demanding hours, and personal responsibilities. Yoga guru and certified Reiki practitioner Phyllicia Bonano has mastered the practice of starting where you are and extending grace to your body. For OTS, she will teach attendees a series of stretches and breathwork exercises to reset the mind, body, and spirit from wherever you are.

Q+A with Dr. Jess 

In conversation with Dr. Jess and Lalah Deliah together - the two will discuss how they have come to understand internal power (spiritual and emotional) while tapping into our superpowers. Through accepting our gift, getting out of our comfort zone, operating in love, and doing the work in the midst of a radical shift, we can truly move into our purpose.

SHIFT Your Vibration with Lalah Delia + Gia Peppers 

A vulnerable conversation on beauty and weighted discoveries that come from shifting and learning to vibrate higher. Lalah and Gia will share personal stories, challenges, and realizations of their journey over the last year.

OWN THE SHIFT Meditation + Sound with Phyllicia and Toni 

A moment of stillness to reaffirm the wisdom shared, this session will bring forth higher vibrations as the attendees tap into stillness, spirit, and sound.

If you haven't already, make sure you register for our free virtual event by clicking here and get ready to Own The SHIFT for 2021 and beyond!

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