Come to My Workshop at the Wellesley Wellness Retreat!

Hi Boston area readers and friends!

I hope the end of 2017 finds you reflective and excited for a fresh new year.

For a great beginning, I hope you’ll join me in January at the 3rd annual Wellesley Wellness Retreat!

Learn More and Register for the Wellesley Wellness Retreat

Run by three local women, it’s a day of yoga, guidance on building a self-care practice, and informative afternoon workshops on topics like sleep, simplifying family time, sexual health, and the connection between food and mood.

Oh, and fitness!

Brought to you by yours truly in a 35-minute workshop/presentation.

There will even be a delicious, plant-based lunch catered from CocoBeet in Wellesley!

Not local but wish you could join me?

No worries! I’ll have the workbook we’ll be using available for download after the event and as always I’ll be exploring these topics on my blog.

I look forward to sharing what I’ve discovered in my own fitness journey.

Highlights include:

  • Tips for forming a “just right” goal
  • How self-compassion makes us braver and stronger
  • Setting our environment up for success
  • Being true to ourselves and not expecting other people’s fitness goals or strategies to work for us

It’s been a great joy to take my love of curriculum development and channel it into preparing for this 35-minute workshop.

I hope you can join me!

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  1. Hi Kelly,

    This sounds like a wonderful workshop and a great time of the year to set some new goals. I haven’t commented on your blog for a long time, not since I told you not to worry about the election because I was so certain of the outcome. Pretty sure I haven’t gotten over that one but just because I haven’t commented in a long time doesn’t mean I’m not reading and keeping up with what you’re up to. You’re a great Mom and your doing important things out in the world. Blessings to you and your family in 2018.

    1. Debi, thank you so much for your comment! I felt confident about that election outcome, too. I haven’t gotten over it either. I’m glad to hear from you and be able to picture you out there reading – connecting with others and getting messages like yours brings me so much joy and keeps me blogging. I love the process of self-reflection and writing, too, but there’s nothing like hearing from someone that something has resonated with them or that they’ve been long-time readers. It’s amazing. Thanks for taking the time to let me know!!! Wishing you the best for 2018 also 🙂

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