We work. We love. We run households and we run businesses. Day in and day out, we juggle. A lot. Meetings and emails, school plays and snow days, grocery shopping, laundry, friends’ birthdays, and our own anniversaries — and everything in between.
Basically, we’re in overdrive all the time, often sacrificing our personal well-being, and getting more than a little out of touch with our innermost selves. Amazingly, no matter how much we do and how well we do it, we often feel like we should be doing more — and doing it better.
It’s time to take a day to pause, reconnect, and recharge — to thrive.
Join four incredible teachers who know a little something about how to thrive in the midst of the whirlwinds of career, home, and community, while still carving out space for our personal lives. You will learn strategies and practices for creating inner shifts that lead to more joy and ease in everything you do.
This day’s sessions include:
Radical Self-Kindness: The Art & Science of Mindfulness
with Dr. Shauna Shapiro
Discover refreshing perspectives and practical tools for creating a more compassionate relationship with yourself through expert insights on the effect of more mindful — and heartful — living.
Drop the Ball: Choices & Priorities
with Tiffany Dufu
Learn how to reevaluate expectations, shrink those to-do lists, and meaningfully engage the assistance of others, with the author of Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less.
The 5Rhythms®: Tapping into Body Wisdom
with Amber Ryan
Explore easy-to-learn movements that connect you with the intuitive language of your body as you let go of tensions and expectations and come more fully into present-moment wisdom.
LifeWork Practices: Sustaining Change
with Antoinette Klatzky
Experience how to maintain the clarity and changes you want in your life with simple, empowering practices you can do anytime — to reenergize and reconnect with your deepest intentions and sense of self.
Take this opportunity to put everything else on pause so you can refresh your perspectives, free up your energy, enjoy new discoveries, and experience inner renewal — all in the company of like-minded women on a similar quest for a more integrated life.
Find out why Eileen Fisher is passionate about creating events like Women Together.
Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor at Santa Clara University, a clinical psychologist, and an internationally recognized expert in mindfulness.
Shauna invites us to think about the unrealistic standards we often hold for ourselves.
Tiffany Dufu, author of Drop the Ball: Achieving More by Doing Less, is a renowned voice in the women’s leadership movement. Named to Fast Company’s League of Extraordinary Women, Tiffany is the chief leadership officer at Levo, one of the fastest growing millennial professional networks, and a member of the launch-team of Lean In. She has served as president of The White House Project and as associate director of development at Seattle Girls’ School, an institution committed to giving all girls the power to be innovative, confident, critical thinkers. Featured in the New York Times, Essence, and O, The Oprah Magazine, Tiffany was named by the Huffington Post, along with Hillary Clinton and Diane Sawyer, as one of nineteen women who are “leading the way.”
Tiffany explains what “Drop the Ball” means to her.
Amber Ryan is an international 5Rhythms® facilitator who has been steeped in movement meditation for more than 18 years. With a strong background in dance, theatre, and freeing the natural voice, she takes participants on transformative 5Rhythms journeys using the power of music, sound, and movement. Focused on embodiment and energetics, Amber trained with 5Rhythms founder Gabrielle Roth for 10 years and is on the annual staff for Omega at Blue Spirit.
Amber shares her perspective on the single biggest benefit of a movement practice.
Antoinette Klatzky regularly facilitates leadership programming and empowerment workshops for Women Together, Women Together Connect, and the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute, where she serves as the executive director. Antoinette has been recognized by the YWCA’s Salute to Women and Racial Justice as a “Person to Watch” and she serves on the board of the Westchester Women’s Agenda.