Finding Purpose and Balance in Your Life – A Retreat

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I met Jasna Burza at a writing class through The Loft.  She has transformed her life from doing what she thought she ‘had to do’ into what she was ‘called to do’.  As part of the process, she has integrated tragedies into an amazing life!  Each time I meet with her, I come away refreshed, inspired and knowing something new about myself.

Through our relationships with friends, Jasna’s work as a personal coach and my work in ministry, we have seen a common crisis shared by many women – we have faced it too!

Women have tons to do, not enough time, pressures from all directions, and no opportunities to figure it all out.

Jasna and I are offering women an opportunity uncover your purpose and create balance in your life.

We are offering an amazing morning retreat in a the wonderful atmosphere of The Commons in Excelsior.  Our approach is spiritual, honest, and interactive – yet leaving space for personal reflection.  This is not a ‘feel good’ morning in which someone tries to sell you a fairy tale,  but an opportunity to honestly approach your life and leave knowing just how meaningful your life really is.  You will leave feeling good, but in a way that wont fade away, but rather change your life (if you choose to embrace it!).

Feel like you can’t spare the time?  By taking just a few short hours to look at your life in a supportive and loving environment, and gain tools to move forward in a purposeful and healthy way, all your relationships will benefit!  As the saying goes, we can’t change the attitudes of others, but we can change our own.  (And as a friend just shared, changing her attitude had an immediate and visible effect on her family and friends!)

For Mothers:  What a great Mother’s Day Present to yourself!

We look forward to seeing you on May 4th!

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About SFriant

I live to walk with others on their journeys - because everyone needs to know that they are loved, that they matter, and that they are doing amazing things. I'm a lot like our two kids: obsessed with learning, and constantly creating.
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