Motiv8: 8 Ways To ROCK Your Own World / A Special Mother's Day Event
Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 1:30 PM to 4:00 PM (EDT)
Garden City, NY
In honor of Mother's Day, Sheira Brayer's "Motiv8: 8 Ways To ROCK Your Own World" is coming to Cactus Academy (Paul Mitchell Partner School) at Roosevelt Field on Saturday, May 3, 2014 from 1:30 - 4 pm!
100% of the profits will go to support the Nassau County Girl Scouts!!
Motiv8 is a music and multi-media based empowerment program designed specifically for tween/teen girls and their moms. Through humor, music, personal stories and interactive exercises, Sheira teaches 8 effective skills and tools to help young girls and their moms reduce stress, increase awareness, de-clutter their media centric minds, and improve communication.
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Sheira is an Emmy-nominated songwriter and youth empowerment speaker and believes that people learn best when they're entertained, inspired, and fed! So, naturally, this event includes snacks and drinks! Plus each attendee will receive an amazing goodie bag filled with cool items and coupons!
And the best part is 100% of the profits will be going to support the Nassau County Girl Scouts - a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization dedicated to building girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place.
To find out more about Sheira and her programs go to www.sheirabrayer.com
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Sheira is a youth empowerment speaker, teacher, songwriter and producer best known for her work as co-creator and head songwriter for the Emmy-nominated Public Television series "Dittydoodle Works", for which she wrote hundreds of songs. Sheira's acclaimed motivational speaking program "The Gift Of Song" has taken her to schools, camps, libraries and community centers all over the tri-state area. Her latest program "Motiv8: 8 Ways To ROCK Your Own World" combines her music with her passion for making a difference in the lives of young girls and mothers.
Throughout her career, Sheira has collaborated with top talent including Oscar, Tony, Grammy and Emmy-winning composer, Marvin Hamlisch, international R&B icon Chaka Khan, pop idol David Cassidy and Broadway Veteran, Joe Baker. Sheira is also the musical advisor for First At Friars, an industry showcase for new talent at the legendary Friar's Club in New York City.
Her charitable work includes the Wounded Warrior Project for which she wrote the theme song ("Lift You Up") and Songs of Love, a national charity for which she was recruited, to write custom songs for sick children around the country.
Sheira is deeply committed to combining her love of music, humor and motivational speaking that will spark incredible 'a-ha' moments in girls and women of all ages.