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Kick Start Summer! We've teamed up with expert nutrionist Clare Jeffries and gold-medallist fitness guru Kim Rothman to bring you an inside and out kick start to your summer. (April 2009)

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Free Range Hen Weekends. We've always prided ourselves on creating unique experiences for the discerning bride and her friends. We now have a little booklet for you to download, where you can see for yourself what a truly Free Range Hen Weekend involves. (March 2009)

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Soul Spa Sunday launches for Mother's Day. Our fabulous new day out, Soul Spa Sunday, provides the ultimate life detox and personal development treatments, with a sensory Afternoon Tea and brunch, all served up in a glamorous 4 star hotel. (February 2009)

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We’re working with Street League. In December we ran the first of our workshops with Street League, an incredible organisation that aims to empower disadvantaged young people. Their women-only Self Defence day with Goal Setting provided women with an opportunity to learn new skills and gain inspiration to move their lives forward. We hope to continue working with Street League in the future. (December 2008)

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We’re really excited about the launch of our new course: Resolution Revolution, an interactive life-changing workshop, only available for the month of January. (November 2008)

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We have just donated one of our short courses to the amazing Emma Humphreys Memorial Prize – an organisation that recognises women who work against male violence. They will be using this course as a raffle prize at one of their fundraising events. (October 2008)

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Picture of Emelie Olsson and Louise Olsson collecting a Handbag award

We are still in shock about winning the Pioneer category at the Girls! Make Your Mark Awards, sponsored by Handbag.com. Girls! Make Your Mark is an initiative to encourage entrepreneurship in Britain. The organisation is all about
empowerment and confidence, which is exactly what we’re about so it feels fantastic to have been selected by their judging panel. (September 2008)

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Louise was asked to talk to London business women about “Owning their own Personal Space” at a recent Athena networking event. (September 2008)

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Us in the news

Don't stray too far when diversifying Article by Rachel Bridge for the Sunday Times.

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Fight Like a Girl: Self Defence Tips for Party Season Article by Kate Finburg for Wimbledon Guardian.

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We were delighted to be asked to appear on BBC Two’s Working Lunch in a feature about setting up a business from home. Watch Louise talk about working from home and have a good snoop around her kitchen. And before you ask, no, she doesn’t always have biscuits served on a platter.

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A club that teaches women self-confidence and personal liberation has been judged the best of the country’s newest female-led enterprises.

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Upper Clatford resident Emelie Olsson and her sister Louise have received the prestigious Pioneer 2008 Award at the Girls! Make Your Mark Awards for their business the Catapult Club.

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A personal development weekend, plus the welcome extras of gourmet­ food and cocktails – I realised­ the Life Launcher course was my kind of thing when, arriving on Friday night, I was handed a glass of champagne to help me recharge­ my batteries in a women-only environment.

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Club’s One day courses are helping to empower women.

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Emelie talks about the Ultimate Weekend to the Womens Networking Company.

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Other interesting News

An exposed bra. Skimpy hotpants. Does dressing like a soft porn star actually empower a woman, or is she simply exploiting herself, asks Katharine Whitehorn.. (BBC)

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Simple activities such as gardening or mending a bicycle can protect mental health and help people to lead more fulfilled and productive lives, a panel of scientists has found. (The Times)

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Don't worry. You can be happy. All you have to do, according to government thinktank Foresight, is follow its five-a-day programme of social and personal activities, and mental health and wellbeing shall be yours (The Guardian)

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Actors’ tips for life (The Times)

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Women voice fears over night transport (Evening Standard)

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Meditation can alter brain structure (The Times)

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Record rise in women entrepreneurs (Evening Standard)

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Britain is an anxious nation. How can we stop fear taking over our lives? (The Independent)

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How men and women cope under pressure (Channel 4)

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