Ladies of NYC, start your week on a self-empowering note by joining us for happy hour + LIVE taping of the Ask for Candy podcast every Monday, 7-9pm. Our girl talk covers relationships, sex, dating, self-care, work and any other challenge that we might be facing at the moment. No topic is off the table. You will leave feeling empowered, with a new mindset, and a feeling of being part of a community. We often make beautiful and lasting connections at our happy hour. All are welcome to our no-judgment space.
Every Monday, 7-9pm
The V. Club, 152 West 25th Street, Suite 602, New York City
Wine and fizz served.
What makes our happy hour different from the thousand other happy hours in NYC?
We’ve been touched and inspired by the openness of the conversations that have been unfolding at our happy hours. The V. Club was created to be a space that feels inviting and a no-judgment zone. Everyone is welcome. The conversation just naturally flows.
Many people feel that NYC offers everything except for the opportunity to share warmth and connection. Perhaps it’s because we’re packed like sardines in this great city and crave a little space instead of connecting with a stranger that’s probably forced to stand a little too close to us? Many people come to NYC after college and do not have a circle of old trusted friends in the city.
NYC can feel isolating and it can be especially difficult for women because our feminine energy craves to share our experiences and challenges with others. Talking through wellness, self-care and all things feminine is both empowering and provides the support we need to be happy and successful in our lives. You can get that at our Happy Hour, and that’s what makes it different from the thousands of happy hours in NYC.
Well, we’ve been having a lot of heart-to-heart conversations about empowerment, self-care, love and all things feminine with the women who have come to our sex and relationship coaching and masterclasses. Amongst many themes that cropped up was beating the Sunday night blues.
One tactic for solving this and many other problems is to set goals for the week ahead, and Monday is a great day for that.