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There are quite a few interesting things happening at this city mall for International Women's Day, are you listening, ladies? Time to spend some fun times with your friends.
There are quite a few interesting things happening at this city mall for International Women’s Day, are you listening, ladies? Time to spend some fun times with your friends.
Recently while on my social media rounds, I came across this wise saying, “Sometimes just spending quality time with good friends is the only therapy you need!”
I can’t remember, but that wise person was probably a woman! I say this because March – the Month for Women is here! It is International Women’s Day, and to me, it’s ‘the day’ to spend time with your girl gang.
Most of the time we women balance work and home and do not have enough time to spend with the women who uplift us. I believe that celebrating Women’s Day gives us an opportunity to just be and celebrate ourselves – and our friends.
I usually like to spend time with my friends on Women’s Day. So yes, I have big plans! Also, being in Mumbai has spoilt me for choices – there is always so much to do here. And I am very excited about the various events happening in Mumbai this March. What if I told you that you need to go to just one place to have all the fun and make the most of March?
While I was searching for things to do in Mumbai for Women’s Day, I got to know that Shankar Mahadevan will be live in concert at the Dublin Square, Phoenix Marketcity on the 15th of March this year.
When I checked out the other events at the mall, I found that there are various engaging events and exciting offers at Phoenix Market city as part of its ‘Power- Women Fiesta’. I might just add that why would one want to limit the celebrations also just for a day when Phoenix Marketcity has plans to treat women the entire month!
The activity that really had the fitness freak in me excited is the Yoga Masterclass with certified Yoga trainers Aashka Goradia and Brent Goble on 22nd March. Health-conscious people would also love to get some Health Coaching with celebrity fitness expert Deanne Panday & Lizia Batla on 29th March.
From fitness workshops, we move on to a styling workshop by none other than Designer Nandita Mahtani. There is something for every woman with diverse interests.
I also found some really fun things to do at the Phoenix Marketcity for March, which really would be a great way to spend some quality time with your besties and make special memories for life.
There is an art masterclass with Brinda Miller to bring out the artist within you. Art is therapeutic and it’s a great way to release the stress most of us suffer from. This workshop is going to be conducted on 14th of March at Phoenix Marketcity.
What’s more, once you’re caught up with all these activities, and want to have a lovely meal or drinks with your friend, get hold of the exclusive offer booklets that Phoenix Market City will distribute to women shoppers.
On the purchase of the Phoenix GiftCard worth Rs.2000 between 8th-31st March, the mall is distributing booklet with exclusive offers worth Rs.20,000 absolutely FREE!
These booklets assure exciting complimentary indulgences at select F&B outlets, offers on fashion brands, spa sessions, and entertainment zones, making the shopping experience extra special for all women.
Wait, the best is yet to come.
What I truly loved is the curation of various activities planned under the concept ‘Power- Women Fiesta’ with a view to empower women. On the 9th and 10th March at the Dublin square, there will be an All Women Entrepreneur flea market. This is a great opportunity for all the women entrepreneurs to showcase their work, products and talents. Kudos to Phoenix Marketcity for this endeavour!
I also read that the Harley Owners Group Woman bike riders (HOG) will start their ride from a start point and will ride to Phoenix Marketcity on the 10th of March where they will be attending a movie screening. I would surely want to watch them sway in on their bikes. That would be one exhilarating power packed experience.
So whether it’s enriching your self with new experiences, enlarging your horizons or entertaining yourself and your friends, we’ve got you all covered for March. Happy Women’s Day!
Supported by Phoenix Marketcity
Aesha Shah is a Certified Global Career Counsellor & a Certified Career Counsellor For International Studies. She is a popular parent, fitness blogger with a penchant for understanding child ( esp Teenage) psyche. Her vision is to read more...
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