LOVE THYSELF, KNOW THYSELF, BE THYSELF.
An intimate day retreat with various workshops and discussions for Muslim Women aged between 16-21 years. Exploring identity, femininity, health, faith self esteem & the art of loving yourself.
Monday 14th August
10:30am till 6:30pm
Wusi Creative Space
4 Broadway Market Mews,
London E8 4TS
Closest Stations: Bethnal Green ( underground), Haggerston, (Over ground), Hoxton ( overground), London Fields (Overground)
Buses: 254, 106, 388
16-21 years old
Price: £40 in advance £55 if booked after 21st July
Deadline for Booking: Monday 7th August
Bookings can be made via Eventribite ( with booking fee) or via Bank Transfer. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org for more details
Vegetarian Lunch and treats included
‘The Muslim Woman’: A Poetry and Writing Workshop with Sukina Pilgrim ( Poetic Pilgrimage)
Herbal Musings: A DIY Herbal Cosmetic Workshop with Rabiah Mali ( The Herbal Blessing Clinic)
Explore the benefits of everyday herbs, essential oils and foods that we can use as cosmetics and skincare.What is really in the skincare and cosmetic products that we use? How does it truly affect us? What is the Islamic perspective on looking after your skin and body? Learn how to make 3 natural alternatives to mainstream skincare and makeup products and take them home away with you.
The Art of Loving Yourself: Self Reflection and Discussion Workshop with Yasmeen Rasheed (Youth Leader and Community Activist)
In an interactive and open style workshop, Yasmeen Rasheed will discuss with the group the art of loving oneself and what that means in relation to a woman’s spiritual, emotional, mental, physical, and interpersonal life. During this workshop she will facilitate self reflection exercises to deepen each attendee’s understanding of herself on a more profound level. Without attendees having to share their personal information with anyone else, Yaseen will facilitate an exercise in utilising the newfound knowledge of the self as actionable items for growth to carry out beyond the retreat. Sharing personal experiences is encouraged but not required.