Fly Girl Collective Presents The Cool Down

Fly Girl Collective Presents The Cool Down

15th Apr 2019 7pm - 9:30pm

Event Details

Wanna level up in 2019? Join the Fly Girl Collective for a series of inspiring, knowledge-sharing talks with experts and influencers from the health and fitness scene. From workouts and self-care to nutrition and wellbeing, you’ll discover how to live your best life and more – so if you’re keen to shake up your regime, be fly and connect with a dope tribe, come along to this motivational kickstart to your week. And don’t forget your notebooks!

(Proceeds from The Cool Down will go to The Maya Centre, a free counselling service for multi-ethnic women in Islington who have experienced mental health issues, trauma or gender-based violence)

April's topic: Glowing Up ­– this talk will explore how women can ‘glow up’, no matter their stage in life. The panellists will share how they’ve stopped the hands of time by prioritising their health and fitness, despite their busy lifestyles.

  • Time: 7-9.30pm
  • Price: £15 (or two tickets for £25)
  • Location: The Book Club, Shoreditch
Tickets available here!

Melody Kane

Melody is the UK’s leading female urban DJ and founder of No Kane No Gain – a ground-breaking event that offers a unique blend of fitness, music and entertainment. She owes her success and winning attitude to her healthy eating and intense training routine, and strives to empower people of all ages and backgrounds to embrace a more positive, healthy future. Instagram: @DJMelodyKane Twitter:@DJMelodyKane

Michelle Norton
Michelle is a personal trainer, mother and head of the Breakin’ Convention festival. Over the years she’s trained with BlockWorkOut in Brixton, organised classes at Sadler’s Wells Theatre and her own fitness bootcamps. She believes in the importance of using fitness to find mental, physical and emotional balance. Instagram: @ mimi.dimples Twitter: @mimi_dimples

About the host

Matilda Egere-Cooper

Matilda  is a writer, runner and founder of Fly Girl Collective, a London-based fitness community on a mission to challenge the status quo and inspire BAME women to live their best lives through health and fitness. The Collective has been featured in Time Out, Dose, and Stylist Magazine and offers running sessions, meetups and events.