Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures


Womanhood Weekend with mary anne radmacher/Dr. Deanna Davis

Dr. Deanna Davis and I are busily planning an array of Womanhood Weekend deliciousness for you! (April 26 – 27 – 28, in Seattle, WA)  In the meantime, we wanted to invite you to join us for one (or all!) of the following truly fabulous opportunities pre- and post-event. Mary Anne has designed two sessions that she will lead and has graciously helped plan a third session from a wonderful colleague who will help create some additional balance and bliss in your life. And, read on for a reminder about getting your hotel rooms before our room block fills. Details at the end of this message.

1)      PRE- AND POST-EVENT PLAYSHOPS:

Please consider taking part in one or all of the following playshops (and be sure to register right away so we can plan the very best experience for you). Note: If you are registering for more than one event, be sure to come back to this email and click these links…the shopping cart “continue shopping” button will NOT provide these event options for you, as they are private events.

FRIDAY 1:00 PM to 2:20 PM: “I Sure Could Use An Angel Right Now!” with Mary Anne Radmacher ($39 or save 25% by attending both pre-event workshops for only $59)

How many times have you said those words…”I sure could use an angel right now?” Here’s your chance to create a set of transformation cards (in the shape of lovely butterflies) guided by Mary Anne and her practically perfect colorful pens.  Come with a sense of the kind of angels you would like to have hang out with you (“angel of creativity, angel of friendship, for example) and leave with a lovely set of cards that you can use in your daily inspired practices.  And you’ll laugh a few times, too. Click here to register for this playshop or Click here to register for BOTH pre-event playshops

FRIDAY 2:30 PM -4:00 PM: “Mini-meditations for a Maxed-out Schedule” with Mollyshannon Neel ($39 or save 25% by attending both pre-event workshops for only $59)

Does a viable meditation practice and your schedule feel like they could never really get along? Mollyshannon will model meditation techniques from 60 seconds to 15 minutes that will focus you, ground you, and help you sleep. If you’ve been longing to introduce meditation into your days but haven’t been able to imagine how to “fit it in,” come and walk away with experiences that will inspire your own unique meditation practice. Mary Anne says of Mollyshannon, “I’ve benefitted of many occasions from Mollyshannon’s mini meditation concept.  I’m inclined toward the 60 second one! If you’ve tried meditation and just feel that your schedule is too maxed out for meditating…this might change your mind!” As a Reiki Master and gifted trainer in coping with challenging circumstances, Mollyshannon will show you how to build more balance into your life one minute at a time! Click here to register for this playshop or Click here to register for BOTH pre-event playshops

SUNDAY 2:30 – 4:00 PM: Telling Your True Story Instead of the Same Old Story: Excavating the Lessons of your life ($45)

Mary Anne wants you to bring your journal, your pen(s), and your questions about journal keeping/writing/learning.  She will provide some practical guides to either fire up your existing writing practice or get the party started. This will be the perfect way to explore, synthesize, and write about everything you experienced at Womanhood Weekend…and what you plan to focus on as you move forward! Click here to register for this playshop

2)     HOTEL ROOMS:
And don’t forget to reserve your hotel room today! There are several large events in the area that weekend, so the hotel will likely fill. Don’t miss out on a room…or on a great rate! We have negotiated an outstanding room rate ($119) and negotiated a parking fee of only $5. Remember, they are all suite rooms so there’s plenty of room to share. Our Group code is: APP.??You can make your reservations via any of the following channels:
1)       Call 1-800-Embassy (central reservations)
2)       Call 425-227-8844 (hotel direct number)
3)       Reserve online at The Embassy Suites Website (use the group code “APP” to secure your discount)
We’ll send along more details in the coming weeks. Be sure to invite your friends and family…they won’t want to miss out! To get a $40 discount on registration, they can use coupon code “YES” for the single payment option and “YES1″ for the installment option. Tell them to register today and join us for this unforgettable weekend!



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