The Art of Money • July 8th

Friends, please join me for a rousing evening
with the vivacious, Bari Tessler
author of The Art of Money


For anyone who struggles around money and wants more ease, for anyone who feels like they could have a little more fun making, spending, and saving money, this night is for you.

The Art of Money is the book your money-savvy best friend, therapist, and accountant would write if they could. Bari’s integrative approach to looking at money creates the real possibility of “money healing,” using our relationship with money as a gateway to self-awareness and a training ground for compassion, confidence, and self-worth.

This is going to be an engaging night where you’ll get a chance to talk about your relationship with money, as well as learn more about Bari’s gentle approach to the subject. She’s super skilled at weaving together emotional depth, big-picture visioning, and totally accessible, nitty-gritty money practices, and a master of guiding people through a step-by-step journey that will transform their relationship with money and, in so doing, transform their life.

Friday night July 8th, 2016 7:30 pm @ 27 Powers

Please RSVP to to let me know you’re coming.

Snack, drinks and chocolate guaranteed, as well as books for sale and time with Bari.

27 Powers Ct. Alameda CA 94501 (510) 703-4030 Parking can be tough, come by 7:15 to get a spot.

More about Bari:

Bari Tessler Linden, MA, is a Financial Therapist, Mentor Coach and Mama-preneur. Bari’s gentle, body-centered approach weaves together personal, couple, and creative entrepreneurial money teachings into one complete tapestry. She is the founder of The Art of Money: a global, year-long money school, which integrates Money Healing, Money Practices and Money Maps. Bari is also the Author of her upcoming book, The Art of Money: A Life-Changing Guide to Financial Happiness, published by Parallax Press on June 14th, 2016. Learn more about Bari at:

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