C.L.A.S.P. - An exciting New Program for Women
YOU ARE INVITED TO JOIN A JOURNEY TO LIFT YOUR SPIRIT
An opportunity for Women to invest in themselves by engaging in a program that employs a Courage & Renewal Retreat Series and provides professional/personal coaching as an offering to continue to process and enrich the
experience you have in retreat.
This distinctive program, C.L.A.S.P. ©, promotes self-care, growth, and well-being for Women at every age, stage, and transition in life.
This program is for women who are seeking a unique opportunity to learn in community, through self-reflection and group conversation, and individual coaching with a goal to gain an understanding of how living in alignment with who we are helps us to build and sustain a contented life.
C.L.A.S.P. © –To grapple, hold, embrace
For more information or to receive an application please email Lori:
Program begins – Friday, November 11, 2022
Good Day! Thank you for your interest in joining C.L.A.S.P. - A journey that promotes self-care, growth and well-being for every age, stage, and transition in life.
This opportunity will provide three weekend Retreats using the Circle of Trust ®, format, and individual one to one professional/personal development coaching. Participants will be invited to use their lived experiences, past and present family history, learned knowledge and skills, inner wisdom, birthright gifts and emotional core as lenses to reflect on their individual narrative.
As a relationship and leadership coach, I am persuaded that our most important relationship is the one we have with ourselves. I have witnessed that having a healthy, caring, discerning and honest relationship with ourselves is the critical foundation needed to nurture all other relationships and choices we make throughout our lives.
Engaging in this program will offer you an opportunity to gain greater clarity and insight to yourself, using pro-social human skillsets and pathways that can help you in living an undivided, more contented life.
The inner- sight that often unfolds in retreat can open a lens that, together with your inner wisdom, birthright gifts, and goals, support you in building a healthy relationship with self and others.
We need this inner-sight and healthy way of being at every age and stage of life - at every chapter and transition.
The greatest investment we can make is to take the time to give to ourselves in ways that nurture and enhance our growth and well-being.
Program Details: Our time together will be dynamic, interactive, experiential, thoughtful and fun.
Lori has spent 40 years as an experiential educator, focusing on how lived experiences impact our life choices. Her work with women in coaching and in retreat has uncovered a particular set of human skills that support our health and well-being - With this in mind, our Group Sessions will reflect on the value of these competencies: Courage, Compassion,
The Dates and Themes for the Retreat Weekend are:
November 11-13, 2022 – What We Keep: A Journey of Self-Exploration, Discerning Life by reflecting on our experiences and choices.
December 9-11, 2022 – Through the Safety Net – Meeting Life’s Challenges with Curiosity, Courage and Compassion.
January 13-15, 2023 – Making Your Own Days – Creating Safe and Contented Space for your true self to grow and shine.
Lori will offer every participant (4 ) – 50 minute coaching session, the first session will be scheduled with Lori prior to the November Retreat, and then you will have an opportunity to schedule a coaching session after each of the 3 weekend retreats. The coaching sessions will be used as extensions to the goals and work you are setting for yourselves during the Retreats Weekends - to grapple with the questions you may be asking, hold the truths of your lived-experiences, create new narratives and paths to support healthy relationships with yourself and others, and anything else that may be bubbling up for you.
The Retreat FEE: $1,200.00 which includes: All materials, accommodations for Retreat at the Farmhouse, Meals during the Retreat Weekend, beginning with Friday Dinner, and ending with Sunday Breakfast, and (4) 50 minute individual p coaching sessions.
Lori Schulman Yadin is an Experiential Educator, Professional and Personal Development Coach, whose focus on Leadership and Relationship has brought her many interconnected insights to living a more honest, open and contented life. Lori facilitates Retreats, Dialogues, Community Circles and Workshops and is a published Writer. Her passion is creating safe, collaborative, pro-social and inclusive learning, living, and working environments that honors human spirit, individuality, and community. Lori particularly loves working with and supporting the empowerment of women. She is the founder of Create Safe Space, Inc., a social profit organization whose mission is to build, nurture, and support experiences and environments that illuminate our shared humanity, inspire healthy relationships, foster individual potential, and grow purpose driven, human centered communities whose goal is equality and well-being – Envisioning a world where we hold each other’s dignity as closely as we hold our own. She believes that developing mindful practices and human skills support the whole of who we are as key to cultivating a healthy relationship with self and others.
Lori earned her degrees from Prescott College and George Washington Universities, and her Executive Coaching Certification from Case Western Reserve University, focusing on emotional intelligence and appreciative inquiry. She additionally holds a Life Coaching Certification from Coach Training Alliance. Lori is an independent Courage & Renewal Facilitator, trained by Parker J. Palmer and the Center's leadership team. She has also received training in the Art of Hosting Conversations in Challenging Times, is a qualified and licensed administrator for the Intercultural Development Inventory, and received certification from the University of California Berkeley, Greater Good Science Center Summer Institute for Educators in Pro-Social Human Development. Lori has also received Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction training from Florence Meleo-Myers, at the Omega Institute.
Lori has a creative spirit, love for the natural world and her family. In her free time, she visits with her children and grandchildren, digs in the garden, walks her dogs, or steals a few hours a day to read and write in her hundred-year-old corn crib. Lori, a native to the Washington, DC area, has an abiding love of water and now calls the Delaware Shore home.
If you have questions please be in touch with Lori – email@example.com
If you are ready to register, Please send an email to Lori at firstname.lastname@example.org and request a C.L.A.S.P. Retreat Registration Form. Please Note that registration is limited to 12 participants, so please register early.
Again, Thanks for your interest - I look forward to being with you!
With Gratitude –