Women's Adventure Magazine joins Women's Empowerment Workshop as media sponsor

By Real Vail
August 29, 2011

Women's Adventure Magazine, a Boulder-based national outdoor magazine for women has joined Women's Empowerment Workshop as a media sponsor and is featuring contests and discount promotions for the event heavily on its website, www.womensadventuremagazine.com.

The magazine joins media sponsors the Vail Daily and Real Vail, and other national sponsors, Gaiam, and Osprey Packs, as well as many local and regional sponsors that are supporting the event in Vail, Sept. 15-18 at the Vail Racquet Club.

Women's Empowerment Workshop is a four-day nature adventure retreat that helps women connect mind, body and spirit through deep personal exploration in the context of the natural world – rafting, rock climbing, hiking and photography, healing with horses – that build self-awareness and confidence. Life coaching, yoga, inspiring speakers, women authors, Vail's world-class outfitters, and one-on-one consults make this retreat extraordinary and unique.

“Women need to stop and take time for themselves,” offered Women's Adventure Magazine publisher, Sue Sheerin. “Getting outdoors, and especially in such an intentional way as this workshop offers, is a perfect opportunity to reconnect and recharge our busy life.”

Sheerin also noted that camaraderie with other women in an outdoor setting is especially powerful, something that workshop co-founder and Vail local, Susie Kincade, enthusiastically agrees with.

“When women come together in a supportive setting with a common purpose, amazing things can happen; transformations occur,” Kincade said. “Women's Empowerment Workshop will feed this energy and fill every woman with it so that she can return to her life revitalized and empowered for her family, her community and her world. It's great to have sponsors like Women's Adventure Magazine that understand and support the importance of this.”

The four-day workshop costs $1450 with discounts for bringing friends, including free tuition for anyone who brings three friends. It is being sponsored by Vail, Vail Daily, Women's Adventure Magazine, RealVail.com, Gaiam, Osprey, All Season's Chalice, Mountain2Mountain, Envision.Believe.Create Marketing, VIP Travel Adventures, Trailwise Guides, Touched by a Horse, Timberline Tours, Adventure Travel Guides International, Cellular Wisdom, Healthy Living Marketing, the Bookworm, and Elite Limousine.

To learn more, visit www.womenempower.us, or call toll-free 877-595-8622, or 970-328-5472.

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