Friday nights in Sydney just got a whole lot better thanks to three boss ladies; Shannon Dooly founder of Retro Sweat, Vix Erber founder of Bondi Vixen and Maz Compton founder of The Social Rebellion are giving Friday nights a much needed rebrand by launching their Eighties Ladies Night and you are most welcome to come.
Combining fitness with fabulousness, the Cathedral of Sweat (Bondi Vixen) will host a one hour 80s themed Retro Sweat aerobics class and girlfriends are encouraged to get there early for a casual drink at The Social Rebellion, a pop-up soda bar serving alcohol-free spritzers.
$1 from each ticket sold will be donated to The Dry July Foundation.
‘One of the biggest fears people have when they decide to take some time alcohol-free is what on Earth to do, by collaborating with some super cool friends, we’ve created a sophisticated and fun environment for girlfriends to get together on a Friday after work without the pressure to drink alcohol.’
Finally, something worthy of your time to schedule in on a Friday night with the girls.
Tickets can be purchased HERE
The Social Rebellion Pop-Up is a new non-alcoholic soda bar concept created by Maz Compton whose message is to empower women to redefine their relationship with alcohol.
RetroSweat was established in Sydney by Shannon Dooley and is the perfect mix of exercise, and losing your inhibitions in a sober and safe environment,
Bondi Vixen, the Cathedral of Sweat is Bondi’s first ever Women’s Only Fitness, Wellness & Lifestyle Emporium housed in a converted heritage listed church which is the perfect location to worship your body and soul.