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August 21, 2021 at 10:30am CT

Reclaiming Self Care: A Virtual Retreat for Busy Women


A virtual retreat for busy women who want to prioritize self care in their everyday lives.

“Self Care all the time.” This is my constant affirmation. A reminder to practice self care daily and make ME a priority every single day.

How about you? Are you making yourself a priority every single day? If the answer is no, that is okay.

Creating a self care practice doesn’t happen overnight.
You have to be flexible.
You have to be patient with yourself.
You have to be curious.
You have to allow self care to be fun.
Without any guilt.

Your self care practice is not another random thing on your to-do list. This is about finding what brings you back to your joy, your peace, and your wellness. It is about finding the unique things that make you feel refreshed, relaxed, and re-energized.

It is about putting yourself first.

In order to create a self care practice that works for you, you have to:

Pause

Figure out what you really need and want


Explore self care rituals that work for your current life.


The virtual micro-retreat is that Pause, especially curated for busy women. The micro-retreat provides respite from the every day demands of life.

Are you ready to put yourself first? Register for the virtual retreat now and reclaim your self care.


Registration includes:
-Virtual Retreat Access
-Self Care All The Time Digital Workbook
-1 week of personalized support (via email and Loom)

Register here.

Testimonials

“These retreats are my treat. It is so nice to connect with like minded, diverse people. I always end up feeling supported, renewed and connected to myself. Excellent experience.”

“The platform is also very well imagined. Professional and engaging.”

“The cohesiveness, clarity, and organization of the event is wonderful. The mindfulness of time, music, simple & visuals and using the effective use of Zoom tools heightens the experience!”

“I thoroughly enjoyed the engagement! It didn’t feel like you were talking at us and the breakout rooms were refreshing.”