Woman Within Hawaii is hosting its third Woman Within Weekend at Camp Keanae on April 7-9, 2017.
The Woman Within Weekend is a powerful transformational experience created by women for women, set along the northern coastline of Maui overlooking the Keanae Peninsula. The Weekend begins Friday, April 7 and ends Sunday, April 9. Space is limited to the first thirty-two women to enroll.
The Women Within Weekend is a two and a half day adventure for women (over 18) to explore how life can be, and to fully know and live the power of who you are. It’s an opportunity to look at the life you’ve created and to make choices about what you want to sustain, what you want to deepen, and what you want to release.
The Weekend program is designed by women, for women and staffed by women. It is a ‘guided’ program: sessions are sequenced to lead participants to descend into their deep feminine selves to retrieve a part that has been buried for one reason or another; then to ascend and reclaim that lost part to finally celebrate their wholeness. The Weekend is not intended to be a substitute for therapy, although it could be considered complementary to many kinds of therapies.
Women at all stages of their journey can gain from the Woman Within experience. It is designed so that each woman finds her own path. Sessions include journaling, small and large group work, individual sharing, visualizations and movement. The program’s 1:1 ratio between participant and trained, certified staff is designed to help each woman find her own path in a safe, sacred, and guided environment.
Since 1988 more than 13,000 women from more than 20 countries have chosen to experience this transformational weekend. A limited number of scholarships are available. For additional information call 800-732-0890 or write to firstname.lastname@example.org, or visit www.womanwithinhawaii.org
Woman Within Hawaii is an affiliate of Woman Within International, a non-profit organization that welcomes all women and prohibits discrimination based on race, color, gender, national origin, age, religion, disability, veteran’s status, sexual orientation, and gender identity.
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