🚨 URGENT UPDATE 🚨
Due to Hurricane Ian, we have rescheduled our event.
The NEW date is Thursday October 27th, from 5-8p
Our Women’s Wellness Event was postponed, as it was in the best interest of our team, vendors, speakers and attendees.
Women’s Wellness: Prioritizing Our Health
An event for women, by women.
Orlando Mom Collective is excited to announce our FIRST wellness Event!
Women’s Wellness: Prioritizing Our Health; an event for women, by women.
This health + wellness focused event will inform and empower women to take responsibility and prioritize their health.
Guests will receive encouragement from former local TV anchor, Nancy Alvarez and will hear from speakers on a variety of health topics:
- whole health
- mental health
- holistic health
- relationship health
In addition to encouraging women to understand their health options, identify services, resources, and products that best help them prevent poor health, we will be learning how to put our health first.
All the deets:
- When: Thursday October 27th, 5-8p
- Where: Let’s Meet at the Table, 2842 S Alafaya Trail, Orlando, FL 32828
- General Admission, $35
- VIP tickets, $55
VIP includes additional swag, chair massage and blood pressure screening.
We are giving away TWO, 3 day/2 night Mom’s Weekends at two of our partner hotels!
Each ticketed attendee will receive raffle tickets: VIP, 3 tickets and General Admission, 1 ticket. Once you complete your event passport (visiting all of our vendors), you will turn in your passport for 2 additional raffle tickets!
Additional raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 each.
TWO prizes: 3 day/2night hotel stays (1) B Resort & Spa, (1) Banana Bay.
The goal of the event:
- Inform and empower women to take responsibility for their health
- Encourage women to understand their health options
- Identify services, resources, and products that best help them prevent poor health, which reduces the number of health issues and creates health equity
GUEST SPEAKER: Jana Sutter
Jana can be heard on over 35 radio stations daily, including XL1067 Orlando, Magic 1077 Orlando, KKCW K103 Portland, WOLL West Palm Beach, and on the IHeartRadio app.
Aside from hosting ON AIR and ON STAGE, she is currently the Music Director at two different radio formats. A lover of many genres of music from an early age, she was always destined to be surrounded by sound.
Jana’s confidence carries over from behind the microphone to stepping on stage. She has hosted numerous corporate events, expos, as well as live music events. Whether it’s 10 people or 100,000 music lovers, she has a way of inviting the attendee into each unique experience.
Jana loves to talk. Whether it’s hosting on the radio, narrating, commercial production, or even voicing video games… She is always close to a microphone. Each day she strives to connect the music to the listener and the person to the event.
GUEST SPEAKER: Randi Ballard
Randi ballard is first and foremost a mom of two girls, ages 7 and 9. She retired as a financial consultant in 2013 after 20 years in her practice when her first daughter was born. In 2017, only two years after her second daughters birth, she found out at age 39 she had a genetic mutation called BRCA 2, done through blood work. She attended a conference in Orlando that is geared towards learning about these genetic mutations, which is called FORCE (facing our risk of cancer empowered). In that time she learned that having this genetic mutation and family history she had a 78% chance of getting breast cancer. To her it was a matter of if not when!
In 2018, after 9 months of planning she decided to have a preventative double mastectomy with immediate reconstruction. Later that year, her male cousin, Hal, was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer at age 44 and passed 4 months later, but they had learned later after his diagnosis he had the same family mutation. By the end of 2018, Randi decided to have a preventative unilateral salpingo-oophorectomy , removal of her tubes and one ovary due to the recent scare of her cousin.
Once her surgeries were behind her she wanted to give back and help those who will have to make decisions like she did. She went back to FORCE asked how she could join the cause and now is a peer counselor for the last 4 years empowering women and talking through the fears and concerns of the risks of cancer. She speaks with constituents across the country on a weekly basis and at many events. Her goal is to share her journey, explain the process , to stay on top of our health and to make others aware of how they can help advocate for themselves.
Randi had been married for 10 years to her husband Zachary. She grew up in the Orlando area and attended FSU for undergrad. She held a series 7,63 and insurance 215 license, and from the college of financial planning is an accredited asset management specialist. In her spare time she loves the beach, cruising and spending long walks with her English bulldog, Brutus.
Meet our Sponsors and Speakers
AdventHealth for Women
This is more than expert women’s care. This is a guided journey. A purposeful plan for a lifetime of wellness, so you can feel strong, dream big, and be supported at every turning point with the a national leader in women’s care. At AdventHealth for Women, formerly Florida Hospital for Women, you’ll find connected, comprehensive, customized care that’s designed around how you live today and tomorrow.
Topic: Making Women’s Health Easier
CLIMB Wellness + Counseling
CLIMB Wellness and Counseling is a therapy center specializing in collaborative, client focused work with individuals, couples & families.
With over 16 years of combined experience specializing in Couples, Individuals, and Family therapy, we have had the privilege to walk alongside countless individuals facing a wide range of life challenges. At CLIMB Wellness & Counseling we believe there is no issue too difficult to tackle if you are willing to do the work.
Ohana means family. At OCW, our innovative care model was built by parents, for parents/families. Whether you’re in need of counseling, lactation, postpartum/parenting support, we have you covered. Welcome to your modern-day village.
The Home Farm
Born from the passion for a healthy family, Jedidiah and Amanda Stone started formulating recipes that family and friends would benefit from. The mission of Grounding Roots is to help people live a healthier lifestyle by giving their bodies the best possible nutrition and to educate and motivate our customers to become their own health advocates.
McGarrity & Associates, LLC, works to help you navigate the maze of health coverage options out there. We have access to nearly every type of plan for individuals, families, and small businesses in 32 states; Marketplace, Private, Supplemental, Dental, Vision, Life, and more. It is our hope that we can give peace-of-mind and flexibility, allowing you to make informed decisions about the best coverage for you.
Moms will enjoy giveaways, swag bags, along with the opportunity to ask AdventHealth Health Navigators and our speakers questions, in a q+a space presented by AdventHealth for Women.
Guests will receive:
- flower bouquet building
- bath salts
- handmade soaps
- chair massages (VIP only)
- blood pressure screenings (VIP only)
- mini facials
- mini oral care kit
- clean juice samplings
- sweet treat
- mini charcuterie board
- Mixsupps water amplifier
- Big Life Journal
VIP guests will also take home a swag bag.
Build a Bouquet
Bath Salt Bar
Blood Pressure Screening
Mini Facial Kit
Mixsupps Water Amplifier
Big Life Journal
Mini Oral Care Kit
Thank you to our Swag Bag Sponsor: Bar Method
The Bar Method is a full body workout that incorporates the use of a ballet barre for most of the exercises. The Bar Method targets the muscles that play the greatest role in body change, then keeps these muscles working intensely and safely long enough for them to change. It then intensely stretches each muscle worked to make it look & feel longer & more graceful.The Bar Method workout is a fast-paced form of interval training that maximizes caloric burn during & after every class. This format gives students slimmer, leaner bodies after a few months of regular attendance.