Tuesday 7 February
6.45pm to 9:30pm
You are invited to share an evening of motivation and movement with
3-time Emmy award winning artist Mia Michaels.
For adults of all abilities, not just dancers.
This is not about mastering moves.
It’s soul fuel.
Let Mia’s story inspire your own.
TICKET NUMBERS ARE STRICTLY LIMITED
This will be an intimate event so you can get up close.
Mia’s creative bravery is contagious.
You’ll live and love more wholeheartedly after seeing life through Mia’s lens.
This experience will be a departure from your everyday.
A chance to touch base with your most sparkly self again. So you can shine brighter.
It’s an opportunity to exhale. Open up. And be more brilliantly you.
Trust your body again. Celebrate it. And find new ways to play and create.
If you feel like there must be more to life than what you’re doing today, then come and find out.
Fire up your imagination.
Turn down the noise in your head and let your heart lead.
Explore. Express. Evolve.
Find your groove.
Show your body some love and appreciation.
And have fun doing something different.
Experience Mia’s magic for yourself.
Mia Michaels – creator, director, storyteller, visionary, innovator, dreamer, designer, physical expressionist, and author – touches hearts worldwide by being unapologetically herself.
Adored choreographer, mentor and judge for So You Think You Can Dance, she is renowned for inspiring personal best performances by her collaborators.
Variety Magazine listed her a one of the Most Innovative Women of 2013.
From stage to screen Mia has worked with Prince, Madonna, Celine Dion, Tom Cruise, Ricky Martin, Jennifer Hudson, Russell Brand, Alec Baldwin,
Hugh Lawrie, Catherine Zeta-Jones, Cirque du Soleil, the Joffrey Ballet, the Radio City Rockettes… and now it’s your turn.
Mia is coming to Melbourne for the first time.
Do not miss this.
Our play space
Soak up the sunset and sea view from the
Port Melbourne Yacht Club
On the beach at the end of Bay Street
WHO IS JADE WISELY?
Hello. I am thrilled to offer you this opportunity.
I danced my way through childhood, but gave it up in my 30s when I got busy being a grown-up.
But missed it.
I’ve devoured a decade of So You Think You Can Dance in utter awe of Mia Michaels’ work.
Then last November I met Mia in New York and she gifted me one of the most extraordinary experiences of my life.
Now I want you have your very own Mia moment.
Come curious. Leave energised, wiser, braver and moving with momentum like never before.
I’m excited for you.
See you soon.
Tickets are transferable, but not refundable.