Understanding Your Money Mindset with Mya

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Is your mindset blocking your money abundance? Your mind can do that without you even realising it. 

Come and discover your hidden thoughts and feelings towards money in a fun and interactive way. Once you tune in to how you think about money, you can choose to take a fresh perspective.

Leave this class with new options and openings for action to improve your mindset towards money, your mindset about yourself, and your outlook on life.

What will we cover?

In this practical class we will engage in group activities to uncover your mindset around money, and look at new, realistic ways to shape your financial perspectives. 

    What will you need?

    • Come along with an open mind, and some reflection on your attitudes towards money. 
    • We’ll provide note taking materials, but bring a calculator or a phone with a calculator function.


    • Wheelchair Accessible Venue
    • Quiet Spaces
    • Discounted Early Bird Tickets
    • Free Tickets for First Nation Attendees
    • Auslan Interpreted Upon Request 

    Who will be teaching? 

    Mya (she/her) is a mindset and human behaviour enthusiast, actively working on her personal development. In recent years she has become fascinated with the psychology of money and wealth creation while being a part of various community groups that helps people with their money management and financial literacy. Mya’s other interests include male fashion and styling, and the impacts of how we dress and express ourselves on our feelings and ideas about ourselves. 

    Mya has found that learning through interactive exercises helps you embed your learning.
    She is also an ex-banker but please don’t hold it against her! You can see more of Mya’s work online via facebook and instagram.

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    More about accessibility 

    Photo by Katt Yukawa on Unsplash

    Any other accessibility requests or questions? Just email Maddy (she/her) at