An Invitation to a Women’s Retreat
at Lasting Legacy Farm, Barrington, NH
Saturday, January 26th ~ From 10 am to 4 pm
~ Give a gift to yourself and spend some time in an intimate setting with women in your community
~ The day will include workshops presented by four local women and a scrumptious lunch
The Sugar Blues – Alison Kober Dean from Inside Out Nutrition, Holistic Health Counselor
Better Foods, Better Environment, Better You Wendy Berry from Lasting Legacy Farm, Provides Naturally Raised Meats to the Community
Nurture Yourself in Nature – Debra Marcotte, Graduate from Institute of Natural Learning, Vermont
Positive and Powerful Intentions Sue Stibler from Inner Peace Healing Arts, Intregates mind, body, emotion, and spiritual healing, to her clients
Please register early as enrollment is limited to ten women
You may pre-register by e-mailing Wendy at wberry AT llfarm.net
Cost is $25, to be paid in full upon registering
Alison Kober Dean is a holistic health counselor who strives to be a personal advocate for her clients. What began as a personal journey has become a business – Inside Out Nutrition. Her goal is to help people to make healthy, nourishing decisions about their diets that will enable them to live a more balanced, energetic and fulfilling life. At this retreat, she will be speaking about the Sugar Blues and why women are so prone to them.
Sue Stibler is a licensed independent clinical social worker and Inter-nationally registered yoga teacher. She assists her clients to integrate mind, body, emotional and spiritual healing through her business – Inner Peace Healing Arts. She will be presenting a workshop on creating Positive and Powerful Intentions for our lives.
Wendy Berry and her husband Jon began Lasting Legacy Farm because they wanted to provide quality food for their children. Their family project has evolved into a full time business, providing naturally grown meats for their customers. Their venture is ever-expanding to provide more local products for the community. Wendy will be speaking at this retreat about the foods for our own health as well as our planet.
Debra Marcotte is a recent graduate of the Community Nature Awareness Program at the Institute for Natural Learning in Vermont.Her focus is to help children and adults develop a renewed sense of place by employing the core routines of nature awareness in daily life. At this retreat, she will be speaking about those core routines and their benefits for our physical and mental well being.