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WORDS LINDA LAMBRECHTS
Sitting at a Bowral hair salon Senta Goodsell was
struck by the lack of esteem and self-belief of two
beautiful young girls walking by.
"They were eyeing themselves in the window and I
heard them remark on what they looked like in the
reflection and how disappointed they seemed with
their image," she said.
"It set me on this path to create a course that
would empower women and get rid of the bad habits
that some women have developed as they travel
"The Complete Woman workshop was born as a
result of Senta's desire to teach and guide the many
women who wanted to improve their lives and futures.
With a background spanning years as a colour
consultant and teaching interior design, Senta's
spirituality and interest in maximising appearance
makes her the ideal motivator and facilitator.
Senta studied at June Dally Watkins School of
Modelling and Deportment and chose to become
a professional model after leaving school.
While living and working in England
she graduated with honours in interior design
and began a career as a colour consultant
and interior designer.
A strong interest in teaching led her to
leave modelling for pre-school teaching
where she worked for several years.
Moving to the Southern Highlands five
years ago, Senta established "Colourscapes
Interiors" in Berrima.
She said the shop was a showcase for
her evolving interests and passions,
specialising in unusual antique pieces, art
nouveau, art deco and retro objects.
Personal items range from tiny
collectables to stylish sunglasses from
the 1930s as well as a large
collection of natural stone jewellery
and a unique collection of crystals
"Many visitors to my shop comment
that it is the most beautiful shop in the
Southern Highlands," she said.
Her interest in fashion, design, lifestyle
and health has stayed with her throughout
each aspect of her career and progressed
naturally into her desire to create
"The Complete Woman."
Her interest in maximising individual potential in
appearance, spirituality, relationships, activities and
homemaking, Senta said she was fascinated by how
people from different periods in history have developed
these particular skills.
"The course touches on everything from the first
impression to enhancing your natural self, health,
other follies, your home and stepping out.
Senta said there was more than one way to live our
lives and the workshops were about the many sides of
ourselves that are yet to be explored.
"The aim of the course is to learn to embrace the
real you, with the only pre-requisite being an openness
to change, which in turn can bring amazing insights."
The Complete Woman will run on four
consecutive Sundays. February 19, 26 and March 4, 11,
2012.10am - 5pm.
firstname.lastname@example.org, on phone Senta
Goodsell on 0412 525 489.
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