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Be Strong Retreat
What contributes to your inner strength and helps you overcome challenges and adversity?
Share your wisdom and learn new insights at our Wholistic Spring Retreat in the Catoctin Mountains. Based upon Coach Carol’s new book, Lost and Found, we will explore ways to reclaim and celebrate strength of body, heart, mind, and spirit.
At this one day retreat you will:
- Learn about various sources of strength in your life
- Develop strategies to use that strength when facing challenges
- Savor time for personal reflection
- Learn and use the Lost and Found Process of self-discovery
- Receive an autographed copy of Carol deLaski’s new book “Lost and Found”
- Hear inspiring Keynote Speaker Kath Schnorr’s story of finding resilience after losing her home in the Colorado forest fires last year.
For a full schedule of the days events Click Here
Retreat into a day of self-care and Wholistic growth.Space is limited. Registration deadline is March 14th
Date: Saturday, March 22, 2014
Time: 8am-5 pm
Location: Mountain Memories at ThorpeWood
Cost: $99 Members/$129 Non-Members
10% of retreat proceeds will be donated to F.R.I.E.N.D.S, a Down Syndrome Advocacy Group
July 15 | TBD
Zip, swing, or leap out of your comfort zone at our annual physical challenge retreat.
October 4 | TBD
Relax your mind and walk a meditative labyrinth to deepen your inner connection. Afterwards enjoy a restorative picnic with us.
November 18 | TBD
Be sure to become a Wholistic Woman member and join us as we celebrate the many blessings in our lives at our annual Member Gratitude Dinner.
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