I was looking for an opportunity to try new experiences and make new friends at the same time so I was really glad to find her-people. It forced me out of my comfort zone in a great way. It was exciting to meet new people that I wouldn't otherwise get a chance to. Rebecca & Elle are lovely hosts!
her-people was a bright light during the month of February. Getting to connect with other women in a casual way gave me the motivation to get out of the house during a month of hibernation. All around, such a positive experience.
her-people provides an avenue for women living busy, professional lives to unwind during the week in a comfortable, friendly and loving environment. It often felt like a supportive/therapeutic setting where like-minded women from different walks of life can connect and create a sense of community.
After setting a goal of getting back in touch with my artistic side, her-people slid into my Instagram feed and I was sold. Would definitely recommend to any women looking to create more + connect with women in Toronto.
This was the cutest experience I've had in a while! I don't know a better word. A curated experience for women to gather around, do something creative, chat about life while drinking tea and eating chocolate. I looked forward to it each week.
Upcoming Experiences: September 2019
Join us on weekly in SoHo, New York City. Make meaningful connections with 15 like-minded women, while exploring an Introduction to Watercoloring, Jewellery-Making DIY, Introduction to Brush Lettering + a her-pages book club discussion. All supplies & materials included.$195
Connect with 15 like-minded women
Explore freely during weekly workshops
Spending the last decade in the fast-paced world of tech, we connected over a mutual desire to... disconnect. Disconnect from work to workshops. From clicks to steps. From reviews to real-people. In our search, we realized that we weren’t alone. Our inherent desire to meet people and explore offline left us wondering - can we achieve both in a more meaningful way? These conversations became the seed of an idea that has since turned into her-people.