A day centered around wellness, sustainability and design. Because bringing greater good to our world starts with you.
The first ever Greater Good Day, brought to you by Manifest It Collective, is a feel good experience focused on you and inclusive to everyone.
The day will start with a Sound Bath by Keren Sound and a guided Meditation by Sadee Brathwaite. An alkaline vegan lunch prepared with love by Lindsay Lucas and served on ceramic platters and serving pieces created by Wild Bower Studio. Delicious Kombucha crafted by Seek North. A discussion around sustainable foods by Local Roots founder Wen-Jay Ying and the “do good” business model she’s built. A powerful manifestation exercise focused around health, love and abundance by Sadee Brathwaite. Oracle readings by Natalie Mertz using the limited edition Rock and Roll Oracle deck. Reiki sessions by multi-faceted Reiki practitioner and sustainability advocate, Lindsay Herr, co-founder of we are SUPERNATURAL. Relaxing essential oil therapy and light massage sessions with Energy Healer Meaghan O’Herron. And an energizing Rhythmic Awareness workshop by Movimento Mulher no Gunga to close the day.
Additionally, there will be these Greater Goods Shop items for sale (and more!). 10% of each sale going towards a charity.
- Witchie Wicks Hand Poured Candles
- Wheel Thrown Ceramic Vases by Helen Anstis
- Palo Santo Bundles byManifest It Collective
- Original Oil Paintings by Sadee Brathwaite
- Rock and Roll Oracle decks by Natalie Mertz
All attendees will receive a Manifest It goodie bag filled with delicious, sustainable, enriching items.
Manifest It Collective is a design studio empowering socially conscious brands to tell their unique story through holistic communication strategies. We are a collective of global creatives who partner alongside our clients for positive change and a greater good.
We look forward to seeing you at the first ever Greater Good Day! All are welcome! Open to ages 18+. Space is limited. Oracle readings, reiki sessions and the essential oil therapy are on a first come first serve basis.