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Celebrate the mother-daughter relationship at Heart2Heart Nature Retreat in Vail

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VAIL CO, Colorado

VAIL –Just in time for Mother’s Day, the Women’s Empowerment Workshop presents Heart2Heart, a weekend retreat for mothers and their daughters, age 16 and older.- Created by Susie Kincade and featuring a stellar crew of professional guides, Heart2Heart offers a nurturing, playful experience in nature for mothers and daughters to enrich and deepen their- relationship, build trust and explore the phases of womanhood together. The retreat will be held May 17-19 in Vail at the Vail Racquet Club Mountain Resort.

Led by life and spiritual coaches Susie Kincade and Narda Reigel (mothers of six daughters between them), the weekend program includes developing trust through a rock climbing adventure, communication exploration and deep listening skills. Attendees will also have time to enjoy yoga and spa experiences, reflect on what they’ve learned, and gather for chef-prepared meals.

“Being attuned to our surroundings, to the natural world, to our family members, offers us so many opportunities to give and to receive,” Kincade said. “It connects us deeply to the wholeness of life. Most importantly, we become more connected to the source within us – to our own capacity for love.”

Formed two years ago, the Women’s Empowerment Workshop started with one four-day nature adventure retreat, now called Awaken in Nature, which combines outer and inner journeys through rafting/kayaking, rock climbing, hiking, healing with horses and other nature-based activities. The retreat drew attendees from as far away as Pakistan and from a dozen U.S. states. Its success led founder Susie Kincade to create additional retreats and diverse workshops to satisfy the hunger she sees in women of all ages across the world who want to rise to their full potential.-

For more information and to register, visit http://www.womensempower.us or call 877-595-8622.

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