Winter wisdom workshop offered for local women in Eagle |

Winter wisdom workshop offered for local women in Eagle

Daily staff report
VAIL CO, Colorado
Special to the Daily/Wendy Griffith PhotographyJenn West celebrates her newly discovered personal power during the recent Women's Empowerment Workshop.

VAIL –Riding the momentum of a highly successful first annual Women’s Empowerment Workshop (WEW) in Vail last month, the creators are now offering Winter Women’s Wisdom, a monthly gathering for women of all ages and at all stages of life. Journeying through an exploration of the Chakras, women will learn and develop transformational tools, self-awareness and an understanding of their own power to manifest their highest potential. It will draw upon many of the concepts that were delivered at the international Women’s Empowerment Workshop.

“In a word, the Women’s Empowerment Workshop was fantastic. And we want to extend the experience to local women throughout the winter,” said co-founder Susie Kincade. “Women who came were transformed in many ways through the nature adventure retreat. Some have started their own thriving businesses, some have rediscovered their passion and are pursuing it; still others are answering their inner call to adventure beyond their status quo. It’s really very exciting!”

The WEW team is already planning the 2012 workshop for Sept. 13-16, and in the meantime are offering Winter Women’s Wisdom in response to many requests from local women who were unable to attend the fall workshop.

“The Chakra theme opens a natural flow for exploring these energy centers of the body and learning concrete tools that help us channel our energy to become the most grounded, creative, loving, insightful and powerful women we can be,” Kincade said. “This workshop is designed as a way to initiate and/or revitalize women along this path of self-discovery. And a regular circle gathering is such a nurturing and powerful way to connect with others and grow.”

Winter Women’s Wisdom will be seven monthly sessions meeting on the first Wednesday of each month, beginning Nov. 2. It will be facilitated by Narda Reigel and Kincade, with guest presenters. All gatherings will be in Eagle at Kincade’s Eloheh Ranch from 7 to 9 p.m. Cost is $150 for the entire winter/spring program. Women should be willing to commit to the entire program – no drop-ins. Call Kincade with questions, 970-328-5472, or Reigel at 970-376-3268.

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