Have you been looking for a regular meet-up of likeminded local women, then we have a new monthly Women’s Circle for you. Join for vital support in whatever life is bringing up for you and start the year with a community of women who’ll be with you through 2019.
Join us for this 2-hour adventure on increasing your own financial wellness. The tools and skills we will review and practice together work for both business and personal finances. This will be a safe zone, guided and informed by mindfulness and feminine values, in which to grow more clear and confident around this topic. The date has also been set with tax preparation in mind. Bring your questions and ideas about how to make peace with the tax process...handling it well without it casting any dark shadows on your life!
For our March Feminist Culture Club, we’ll be discussing Tara Westover’s striking memoir Educated. Repeatedly on Best of Lists for 2018 (just see this list over on Amazon), this is a book that has stunned people with its true tale of a seventeen-year old Westover entering a classroom for the first time after growing up in a Survivalist family in the mountains of Idaho.
Join us for a special daytime workshop on how to make the most of LinkedIn with Marin Power Yoga’s Jamie Ginsberg.
Wherever you are on the LinkedIn knowledge spectrum (from don’t have an account to having over 500 people in your network), learn how to maximize LinkedIn to support your business and personal projects.
Join Maria Quintana-Pilling, Functional Nutrition and Lifestyle Practitioner, and learn how to balance your hormones naturally so you can find relief from your brain fog, mood swings, night sweats, hot flashes, and weight gain. Maria will cover the key organs (you may be surprised!) and hormones to pay attention to and how to nourish them with food, lifestyle changes and supplements.
Join us for a special monthly daytime workshop on Thursdays’s on how to leverage your social media with Indie Alley’s Ruth Kim.
Have you ever wondered how this social media thing works? This is for you if you feel at a loss on how to engage with your social media beyond “liking” a post or knowing what to do so that you reach more people.
Join us for a special monthly daytime workshop on Thursdays’s on how to get a hold of your life with Indie Alley’s Ruth Kim.
Have you ever wanted a life to not feel like an emergency? Like have a hold on life and not have life get a hold of you?
Wherever you are on the path of getting a grip on your life, you will learn how to maximize your time both personally and professionally in this 3 part series.
Have you been looking for a regular meet-up of likeminded local women, then we have a new monthly Women’s Circle for you. Join for vital support in whatever life is bringing up for you and find a community of women who’ll be with you through 2019.
Anne Lamott writes and speaks about subjects that begin with capital letters: Alcoholism, Motherhood, Jesus. But armed with self-effacing humor – she is laugh-out-loud funny – and ruthless honesty, Lamott converts her subjects into enchantment. Join us for an intimate evening with Anne Lamott where she shares her thoughts on creativity and life, followed by a Q&A with the author. This is an event you don’t want to miss!
Creative Talks with Bridget Quinn, author of Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (in That Order)
Join us for a morning of art history and creative encouragement as Bridget Quinn talks about her recent publication, Broad Strokes: 15 Women Who Made Art and Made History (in That Order), followed by a Q&A.
We're partnering with Play-Well on a special free demo of their Spring class, Girl Powered Engineering using LEGO.
Join Girl Gang Craft founder Phoebe Sherman for an interactive basic branding class. We will explore social media tactics, finding a branding look, and cultivating a brand story. Bring your computer and your phone for this 2-hour workshop. Let's make your website/instagram/facebook/brand as fantastic as you are. Are you in?
Join us for an evening workshop with Michelle Olsen on the Enneagram, an ancient spiritual and psychological system that reveals nine different aspects of human consciousness and personality. Learning about this approach can help you to understand co-workers and loved ones more as well as yourself and what motivates you.
Join us for a special networking evening for local women who work in tech or tech-related fields. This will be a powerful networking opportunity to meet other women in the industry, who commute into SF or work from home. You’ll get to share your experiences and advice, as well as start to form a local support network as you move forwards with your career.
Join us for a unique night-time experience with Denise King, an Exhibit Designer at San Francisco’s Exploratorium and a Marin local. This evening’s live demonstrations at the Indie Alley will celebrate, demonstrate and display a variety of magnification devices, from state of the art equipment and futuristic gadgets to home made single lens scopes designed to see the invisible.
Members, join us at 123 Bolinas as we celebrate our favorite February holiday, Galentine’s Day. This may be the only day of the year when we get to acknowledge the incredible women in our lives. For our Indie Girlfriends, we’ll be celebrating with drinks at our favorite Fairfax wine bar straight after work.
Want to meet and network with other Small Business Owners who work locally? Work from the Indie Alley for at a discounted rate on Friday, February 8th, from 9 am to 5 pm. We'll have coffee on arrival, and will break for lunch (bring your own) at noon, so you can share your stories and expertise, without interrupting your workflow.
Want to meet and network with other Therapists & Coaches who work locally? Work from the Indie Alley for at a discounted rate on Thursday, February 7th, from 9 am to 5 pm. We'll have coffee on arrival, and will break for lunch (bring your own) at noon, so you can share your stories and expertise, without interrupting your workflow.
Free Wellness Evening: Healing Hashimoto's through Root Cause Disease Reversal with Functional Medicine Doctor, Stephanie Daniel, D.O.
Join us for a wellness discussion with Functional Medicine Doctor, Dr Stephanie Daniel. Over the course of the evening learn how Hashimoto's develops and what can be done to reverse or prevent it from ever happening in the first place. Through particular nutritional principles, reducing toxins in your environment and in your body, addressing other culprits of autoimmunity like imbalanced gut microbes and chronic infections, Dr Daniel will show you the way to get back to health and increase your resiliency against autoimmune disease.
Want to meet and network with other Tech Workers who work locally? Work from the Indie Alley for at a discounted rate on Wednesday, February 6th, from 9 am to 5 pm. We'll have coffee on arrival, and will break for lunch (bring your own) at noon, so you can share your stories and expertise, without interrupting your workflow.
If you didn’t get a chance to state your intentions for 2019 — now is a good time to do so! On this fun and creative evening led by Suzanne Christine we’ll be setting our intentions for the year, and how to stay connected with them as the months progress.
Want to meet and network with other Designers who work locally? Work from the Indie Alley for at a discounted rate on Tuesday, February 5th, from 9 am to 5 pm. We'll have coffee on arrival, and will break for lunch (bring your own) at noon, so you can share your stories and expertise, without interrupting your workflow.
Want to meet and network with other Freelancers who work locally (from whatever field)? Work from The Indie Alley for at a discounted rate on Monday, February 4th, from 9 am to 5 pm. We'll have coffee on arrival, and will break for lunch (bring your own) at noon, so you can share your stories and expertise, without interrupting your workflow.
You work from home and you are a parent. Work from The Indie Alley at the discounted day rate of $15 on Friday, February 1st, anytime between 9 am and 5 pm. We'll have coffee in the morning, and will break for lunch at noon, so you can share your stories and expertise without interrupting your workflow.
From this November, the Indie Alley will host FLO’s monthly Parent Coffees. FLO (Flexible Learning Opportunities) is a Ross Valley community based support group for parents who have children that are unique learners.
Every month, typically on the last Wednesday, FLO holds this parent coffee meeting where parents can share and learn from each other in a safe and supportive environment.
To kick of our 2019 Feminist Culture Club, we’ll be discussing Tamara Jenkin’s Private Life currently showing on Netflix. This poignant film is about a long-married couple’s quest to have a baby through adoption or IVF. It’s wonderfully well acted by Paul Giamatti and Katherine Hahn and is so cleverly written, that while it deals with a serious topic, it remains entertaining. We loved this movie. There’s so much to talk about.
One evening. 5 coaches. 15-minute sessions. Life starting to be solved. Over a fun and fast-paced evening, you'll get to meet and talk with each of the coaches, to get a glimpse of the issues you want to work on, and maybe even the person you want to work on them with. This is part life overhaul, part coach dating!
Have you been looking for a regular meet-up of likeminded local women, then we have a new monthly Women’s Circle for you. Join for vital support in whatever life is bringing up for you and start the New Year with a community of women who’ll be with you through 2019.
This will be a fun and interactive workshop to help you envision, breathe, and acknowledge your 2018 before you then set your personal and professional intentions/goals for 2019. Come and be with a group of people focused on creating a fulfilling and satisfying 2019. You will walk away with an inspiring action plan for your 2019 year.
We're hosting a special Holidays edition of our Creativity Loves Company sessions and we’ll be doing that thing that some of us love and some of us quite honestly hate, gift wrapping. We’ll provide the materials and some festive cheer, you bring your gifts, and over the evening we’ll get all those presents beautifully wrapped.
For this final meeting of the year, we’re handing over to you. We want to hear what female-produced content you’ve been reading, watching, listening to, and thinking about over 2018. So come armed with the answers to just three questions: what you’ve loved in 2018, what your guilty pleasure has been, and what you are looking forward to in 2019. See you at Culture Club!
Here at the Indie Alley we believe in the power and magic of women. Behind every great man is an amazing and magical woman... oh oh oh... ho ho ho... In our book, Mrs. Claus is equally as important in ensuring all get some holiday cheer.
Now Mrs Claus gets her moment. Stop by the Indie Alley between 11am and 1pm and meet the woman behind the Christmas throne!
We’ll be participating in the Fairfax Craft Faire this year with a special Gift Wrapping Station (using Sustainable materials of course!). Find us at the entrance to the Pavilion from 11am to 5pm. We’ll turn the perfect gift into the perfectly wrapped present!
For many of us, recent events have exposed our own personal hurts and broken places. If you have been wanting to gather and speak your experience with other women, and to combine your voice and strength with that of other women, you are invited to participate in a community gathering for women and their allies at the Indie Alley. This gathering will be led by Emily Swanson, local psychotherapist and mother.
Join us for a Special Edition of Culture Club. This month, we'll be heading out on a Field trip to see the Suicide Girls: Blackheart Burlesque at the Mystic Theater and Music Hall in Petaluma. With cult sets inspired by Star Wars, 50 Shades of Grey and Game of Thrones, this popular show features a mix of classic and new burlesque dancing. And this being Culture Club, there will be some chat too: about body shapes, and beauty, and social norms, and how women get to depict their own sexuality.
Join us for a weekend workshop with photographer Suzanne Christine. Over a 2 hour hands-on class, she'll take you through essential iPhone photography tips and tricks. By the end of the class, you'll be more confident with taking the photographs that you need for your business to thrive.
Need a place to rest between candy runs? Want to be in town to celebrate Halloween, but need somewhere to escape the chaos of Dominga? Want to just have fun and socialize with friends in a spooky setting? Join us for a special Halloween social.
Members, join us as we try to start the week with the right intentions. Every Monday morning, Member Stephanie Hellman will choose a way to bring mindfulness into our lives and give us tools for approaching the forthcoming week with clarity and purpose. This week's session will focus on Self-Compassion.
We’re hosting an intimate coffee morning with Phyllis Gould, one of the original Rosie the Riveters. You’ll get to meet Phyllis and hear her incredible stories of what the first years of the war looked like, how being a Rosie impacted her life then and now, and how women’s roles in society and work have shifted through the decades.