Our Girls Club Workshop

April 30, 2018 2 min read

Our Girls Club Workshop

Imogen colouring in at the Children'f the Tribe's Girls ClubPoppy takes part at the Children'f the Tribe's Girls ClubExcited for Girls ClubReady for the Children'f the Tribe's Girls ClubSinglet for Indigo dye workshop and treats from Glo TattsChildren entranced at the Children'f the Tribe's Girls Club

Dream. Create. Inspire – when it came to the vision for our Children of the Tribe Girls’ Club School Holiday Workshops we wanted to create a space for young girls to come and experience positivity and laughter through fun activities where they could learn something new, express themselves and feel confident, creative and happy.

Always radiating positivity and warmth, Mez from Little Sisters Byron Bay welcomed the girls with some sparkle from our friends at Glo Tatts, then started the morning by guiding the girls in a flower crown workshop.
With smiles on their faces and flowers in their hair, the girls took their place on a cushion and joined hands for the mandala sister circle. Picking an affirmation card, each girl took a turn to read their affirmation aloud to the group in a celebration of positivity.

Creating flower crowns at the Children of the Tribe's Girls ClubA little help from KatrinaCharlie and Zara proudly display their flower crowns at the COTT Girls Club
Future Dreamers - the magical space in the centre of Byron Bay was perfect destination and the girls (aged between six and eight) arrived bursting with excitement.

Sister Circle at The Children'f the Tribe's Girls ClubAll smiles in the Children'f the Tribe's Girls ClubI am Brave- Affirmations at the Children of the Tribe's Girls ClubCreativity and freedom to be yourself at the Children of the Tribe Girls ClubLittle one at the Children of the Tribe Girls ClubAll smiles at the COTT Girls ClubAffirmations and self esteem high focus at the COTT Girls Clubthe COTT Girls ClubFreedom to be yourselfthe COTT Girls ClubSome quiet meditation at the COTT Girls Club

After a luscious morning tea platter, it was time to head outside and meet Indigo Dyeing artist Victoria Larnach. Dedicated to inspiring others in embracing their creative self, Victoria initiated a whole lot of fun, teaching the girls how to indigo dye their very own Children of the Tribe Girls Club top.

Indigo Workshop at the COTT Girls ClubGetting ready to INDIGO with VictoriaIndigo Workshop for little people at the COTT Girls ClubSo excited at the COTT Girls ClubShibori Indigo Dye at the COTT Girls ClubTime to Indigo at the COTT Girls ClubHappy faces at the COTT Girls Club
Oxidising Indigo dye at the COTT Girls ClubIndigo dance at the COTT Girls ClubPoppy proudly shows off her Indigo design at the COTT Girls ClubIndigo Success at the COTT Girls ClubGirls club creators Emma McClean and Mez ConnorsVictoria hanging out the girls club creationsProud teacher - VictoriaIndigo workshop at the COTT Girls ClubBy the time mums and dads arrived to collect their little ones, no-one wanted to go... there were smiles all around and here at Children of the Tribe, we couldn’t be happier that our vision was brought to life - bringing young girls together to dream, create and be inspired.

Dream TeamGirls wear Children of the Tribe at the COTT Girls ClubViolet takes time to reflect on the COTT Girls ClubCOTT Girls ClubGoody bags for our attendees
Thank you to:
Future Dreamers for the magical space
Victoria Larnach for the indigo dyeing workshop
Little Sisters Byron Bay for creating such an inspiring experience
Glot Tatts for helping us create some fun
Broken Head Company for the tasty treats

ALL of our Girls Club Attendees; What a delightful, creative, warm, generous, funny, vibrant group of young people you are. Thank you!