The wOw experience and talks - The meaning Words Open Wide.
"The conversations we have with ourselves are the most important. If we are not having honest conversations
with ourselves we are not having honest conversations with others."
Samantha Le Roux
The wOw experience comprises of both a Personal Program and a Corporate Program.
Domestic violence, abuse, and trauma put one into slumber.
In many cases a disconnection from the reality of your life occurs, just to cope.
To live well again, something or someone needs to come along and show us who and where we are, effectively waking us up from that slumber. Most people wait for a tragedy or trauma to realise this.
Samantha le Roux, founded CornerstoneWoman in 2016, after realising that there are no organisations in SA, that can facilitate a process of change (waking up) after one experiences domestic violence or trauma.
The wOw experience
The program creates as a safe space, facilitates change, and once the change is made, provides the tools for the individual to be in true personal alignment. During the 8 years, Samantha was birthing Cornerstone Woman, she moved 51 times as she was invited into different people's homes. This unique opportunity educated her about personal dynamics and the contrast of her healing helped her realise that a truly emotional, mental, and physical support program did not exist, so she created one.
This program exists to put you back in the driver's seat of your life so that you can make long-term changes and stop 'circling the drain'.