Saturday, January 12, 2019

Freedom Is an Inside Job

with Tara Brach, Zainab Salbi, Amber Ryan & Antoinette Klatzky

We all have our unique individual stories of how we got to where we are now, and we live courageously every day. There is, however, a powerful collective energy that emerges when we connect with other women. Not only do we get recharged personally, but we can become emboldened by each others’ stories, strengths, and hopes.

In our second Women Together event, we are joined by four inspiring women who will share powerful insights, inspiration, and practices to help us create the change we want to see in the world . . . starting with ourselves.

Together, we can all create our biggest, boldest, most meaningful lives.

Two ways to join: In person or virtually. We provide our online participants with the full workshop experience, including break-out groups where you can connect with others in real time.

“Clearly recognizing what is happening inside us, and regarding what we see with an open, kind, and loving heart, is what I call Radical Acceptance.” —Tara Brach

Inspiring Buddhist teacher and best-selling author of Radical Acceptance, Tara explores how we can connect with our deepest wisdom and compassion, even in the face of conflict and challenge. Through meditation, guided exercises, and discussions, participants learn how to recognize and release the fears, judgments, and limiting beliefs that prevent us from living and loving fully.

Tara Brach, PhD, is a clinical psychologist, internationally-known meditation teacher and author of the best-selling books Radical Acceptance and True Refuge. She is founder and senior teacher of the Insight Meditation Community of Washington DC, and teaches meditation workshops and retreats throughout the United States and Europe.

“As long as we are conflicted within, we will continue to live in conflict without.” —Zainab Salbi.

After years of working as a successful CEO and change-maker, Salbi realized that if she wanted to confront and heal the shadows of the world, she needed to face her own shadows first — and this could only be done by looking within. Through personal anecdotes, real-life stories, parables, and insightful guidance, Salbi will take us through a process of self-discovery.

Zainab Salbi is a humanitarian, author, entrepreneur, and media commentator who has dedicated herself to women’s rights and freedom. She is the co-founder and former CEO of Women for Women International — a grassroots organization dedicated to serving women survivors of war. She is the author of the best-seller Between Two Worlds and, her newest, Freedom Is an Inside Job.

“The more we are at ease, the more our energy flows . . . by releasing the body’s tension, we can move into a state of well-being and regeneration — that’s what it means to thrive.” —Amber Ryan

Amber will lead us in simple movement practices to connect us with the intuitive language of our bodies. By letting go of tensions and expectations we can come more fully into present-moment — where our wisdom lives.

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.

“When I wake up in the morning and think about my day, I can choose how I’m going to show up in my life, how I’ll respond and react in different situations. That’s a level of power.” —Antoinette

Antoinette will help us weave together learnings from the day. She will lead us through intimate group discussions and share practices we can use anytime, anywhere.

Antoinette Klatzky is the executive director and co-creator of the Eileen Fisher Leadership Institute, which promotes leadership in young women through self-empowerment, connection with others and community activism.

The future is for You. For Us.
For Women. Together.

Attend in Person
$350, includes lunch
Register before December 1 and receive 25% off.
Join via Live-Stream
$50, includes interactive online break-out sessions and video replay
Register before December 1 and receive 25% off.
Date & Time
Saturday, January 12, 2019
9:30am - 4:30pm ET

Eileen Fisher Learning Lab
50 South Buckhout Street, Suite 102
Irvington, NY 10533
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  • Joanne Jubert says:

    Eileen you will always amaze me.
    A young graphic designer late 70s,
    early 80s (fashion) I’d heard of another
    visual creative who didn’t like available
    clothing so she created her own, you.
    Years later I’m struck that though you’re
    located next to Westchester Buddhist Center,
    Eileen Fisher itself is a meditative force to be
    reckoned with. Now even by way of the likes of
    Tara Brach… God bless, God bless, God bless.

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