Are you ready to learn to love your body again?
My experience as a coach as well as my fitness journey has taught me a very critical thing: if you’re at war with your body, you’ll never achieve your goal of living a healthier and happier life.
If you need help declaring a truce, I want you to spend a weekend with me in peaceful and safe space learning to silence your inner critic. Join me for an empowering experience designed to help you practice self-love and self-compassion and develop a new friendship with your body.
My next Refill Your Cup weekend will be on May 3-5, 2019 at Timber Creek Retreat House in Drexel, MO.
I have four new sessions for you, designed to give you the tools you need to build a better relationship with your body and find your path to healthy striving goals. Here are the sessions I have planned for you during this restorative weekend:
- The Comparison Trap (Part 1): How Media Is Messing With Your Mind
- The Comparison Trap (Part 2): Silencing the Inner Critic and The Path to Practicing Self-love
- The Dance Of Emotional Eating
- Creating Confidence with Better Body Awareness (a gentle morning workout)
Plus you’ll have time for reflection, meditation, sleeping and reading with a delicious cup of tea curated just for our weekend together. You’ll spend a weekend unlike anything you’ve ever experienced with other women seeking to build healthier and happier lives.
The Refill Your Cup Retreat weekend is hosted at Timber Creek Retreat House in Drexel, MO. The retreat experience includes:
- Two nights at the cozy and comforting Timber Creek Retreat House ($190 per night single occupancy or $280 per night double occupancy)
- Time to enjoy moving your body by visiting the hiking trails and a Saturday yoga class
- Home cooked meals, snacks and beverages provided
- All four sessions mentioned with materials and a special welcome gift for $299.
Are you ready for true transformation?
“Retreating” is not possible for me at home. If I’m home, I’m working—either for pay, for family, or working on my endless To Do list. Physically removing to another location allowed me to more fully relax, limited my “To Do” options, and created the space and time I needed to listen.”
Why attend a retreat?
Good question! Here is what Julie said about her retreat experience last spring.
“I was feeling a need to totally escape the routine of my everyday life and just get away for a couple of days of relaxation and pampering which I might add was a totally new experience for me.”
And how did it go for Julie?
“The setting is so beautiful and serene. The owners Tom and Beth are such hospitable people and make you feel at home from the moment you enter their beautiful and cozy get-away. The rooms make you want to stay forever and every meal was elegant yet delicious. Pamela informally led us in such enlightening discussions as we sat on comfy couches wrapped in afghans. We were given plenty of unscheduled time to take walks, read, nap, get a massage or just sit around with a cup of awesome tea (thanks Pamela!) and get acquainted with a new friend.”
If you have any questions about accommodations or the retreat schedule before booking, please feel free to email me firstname.lastname@example.org.