THE NEXT GLOW WEBINARS

Upcoming GLOW Webinar

12th August 2020

Youth Engagement for Global Action

7:00 PM IST / 9:30 AM ET / 2:30 PM London time

Nancy Sumari

Webinar Details

Upcoming GLOW Webinar

29th August 2020

The Role of Compassion for Inclusive Physical Education and Sports

7:00 PM IST / 9:30 AM ET / 2:30 PM London time

Aisling Clardy

Webinar Details

GLOW stands for ‘Genuine Loving Outstanding Women’, an initiative by the Heartfulness Institute, is a series of monthly webinars for women, who can login from any corner of the world and participate, learn and benefit from its offerings.

Every webinar focuses on a topic of interest where expert speakers, chosen from women, who are outstanding in their fields, or are influencers and change makers, share their views and perspectives. The loving guidance and nudges received in the positive direction helps women achieve their best in personal, professional lives, with a deep sense of fulfilment and contentment in all aspects of life.

We have had distinguished speakers like Miss World Africa, Senior Director of Communications from The United Nations Foundation, Venture Capitalists, Life Coaches, Artists, Published Authors, Directors from United Nations School, Eminent Mindfulness Coaches, Parenting Coaches, Neurologists, Paediatricians, Physiotherapists, Olympic Gold Medallists, Paediatric speech therapists, CEOs of Fortune 500 companies, Psychiatrists, Dieticians, etc. speak on this program.

These webinars also cater to certain SDGs of the UN like Mental Wellness, Physical Well Being, Women’s Equality, Education, and Economic Freedom (SDG #3, #4, #5, #10, #16, #17).

Each webinar also offers an introduction to Heartfulness relaxation and meditation with follow on instructions, if the participants were interested in continuing to learn the system of Heartfulness meditation. For those women who prefer personal interaction, they can get in touch with a Heartfulness Trainer on request.

Please write to glow@heartfulness.org for more information.

Our Hosts

Purnima Ramakrishnan

Purnima is a UN award winning writer and blogger. She is the editor of World Moms Network, a website for women featuring writers from 30 countries. She is a practitioner and trainer of Heartfulness Meditation, and through this has found balance, peace and contentment in her everyday life.

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