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Roxy Celebrates Women Empowerment With "Make Waves, Move Mountains" Campaign

Making a difference in the world isn’t just an option – it’s become necessary in finding your purpose in the world. One doesn’t need a major life-changing move, and sometimes, it’s in the littlest things that affects our surroundings the most. Volunteering for a cause, smiling at your neighbor you bump into every morning, and even a lifestyle shift transforms not just the recipient of your good deed, but you, as well!

It’s becoming easier to recognize these everyday wins in life, especially for women. And to inspire ladies all over the world, lifestyle brand Roxy launched their newest campaign, “Make Waves Move Mountains.”  Last August, they brought two of their ambassadresses, Pro snowboarder Torah Bright and Hawaiian surfer Mainei Kinimaka, to share their stories of strength and success.



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The two-day event brought a select group of women to The Park Exclusive Resort in Silang, Cavite to celebrate women empowerment. Together with Torah and Mainei, the affair was jampacked with activities like yoga, pole dancing, shopping, an acoustic and social night, and of course, the talk and forum on inspiring change, navigating the world as a woman, and how one triumphs in the ups and downs the world throws upon us.


Torah and Mainei shares shares their empowering stories


The guests during the yoga session


Pole dancer Jamaica Jornacion teaching her moves on the pole!


Actress Dionne Monsanto enjoying her shopping time


What makes you? What moves you? Roxy asks women. Torah and Mainei parts the Philippines with encouraging words of advice.

"Belief, confidence and vision. That's what it takes!" says Torah.



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Mainei shares, "Sport can make you feel empowered & confident. You know that if you can push through in sport, you can take on anything that comes at you in life."



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