What You'll Get
- $25 for one admission to a women’s online dating workshop with dating coach and matchmaker Karla Moore
- Upon purchase, you may schedule for one of the available dates
- You must reserve your date here in advance of the event
The workshop will be held at Villa Christina Restaurant. Attendees are encouraged to bring a notepad and pen.
Each event is capped at 15 purchasers.
What You’ll Do
Despite the myriad matchmaking options afforded by today’s technology, finding that special someone can still feel like a daunting task. Professional matchmaker and dating coach Karla Moore de-mystifies the process in this 90-minute to two-hour workshop. The relationship expert will share insight into the online dating process, focusing on how to make digital courtship both safe and successful.
Get to Know the Group
At the start of the seminar, you’ll introduce yourself to your fellow attendees, and share a bit about your personal experiences with online dating.
Learn to Polish Your Profile
Karla will discuss the fundamentals of creating a compelling profile on sites such as Tinder, OkCupid, and Match.com.
Set Yourself Up for Success
Along with profile creation, Karla will cover topics including online communication, managing expectations, and avoiding the dating world’s unscrupulous scammers.
Dating Coach and Matchmaker
Karla Moore is a professional matchmaker and dating coach who knows first hand the frustrations of contemporary dating. After a professional career with National Geographic Magazine, she created her company, NineGPS, to help singles navigate love in the 21st century. Karla’s approach to finding love and happiness is powered by a set of powerful principles that she developed in her own search. It includes a more strategic and holistic method that allows people to both put their best romantic foot forward and attract the partner of their dreams. Karla has been featured on CNN, Woman’s Day, and a variety of other media outlets. She lives Atlanta with her loving husband Michael, four sons, and their Yellow Lab Nala.
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