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An insight into a high-performance mindset

Thursday morning, AAMI Park played host to Women of Storm’s first member workshop, one year on from the program’s launch. 

The event was an incredible success with over 80 Women of Storm members, Club partners and staff in attendance to learn, network and overall, come together over their love of rugby league and growing our incredible game.

With morning tea laid out and coffees flowing, guests were given detailed insight into dealing with stressful situations, on and off the field, from a High-Performance panel comprised of Melbourne Storm personnel Jacqui Louder (Club Psychologist), Todd Lowrie (Assistant Coach) and Pauline Poloai (NRL Victoria Community Engagement Officer).

Gaining an understanding of how the elite Club prepares its athletes to manage stressful situations, participants were encouraged to take away the importance of prioritising self-care, not worrying about the ‘uncontrollable’ and the necessary place stress hold within our daily lives, as mindful ways we can appreciate it in our personal lives.

Thank you to our wonderful panellists, attendees and partners for making this workshop possible and one to remember.

In a few weeks, Storm will celebrate Women in League Round ahead of the Clubs Round 22 clash with the Eels, so join us for a enjoy a premium pre-game function at the Women of Storm cocktail event.  

Hosted at All Smiles in Docklands hear from a special guest panel alongside an evening of networking and game day excitement.  

All tickets include entry to the event, canapes, beverages and a diamond ticket to the Quill Room for the ensuing match at Marvel Stadium. 

See you there!

Don't miss your chance to become a part of Women of Storm as an inaugural member and get access to exclusive merchandise and discounts to upcoming events.

Women of Storm is proudly supported by Suzuki, Banks Botanicals, Cointree, The Amazing Baby Company and Gallagher. 

Acknowledgement of Country

Melbourne Storm respect and honour the Traditional Custodians of the land and pay our respects to their Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the stories, traditions and living cultures of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples on the lands we meet, gather and play on.