Yoga at the hotel's Spa was scheduled for 6:30am which is a little early for me, but it was a comfy cosy grey day. The light was perfect for taking "morning" photos. We were asked to wear yoga clothes or PJs to this gathering.
On the way there, Jan took my photo in my pink pajamas. It was fun to walk around the hotel and pool areas dressed like this taking photos. It was actually very sensual because I was in my snuggly clothes on my favorite type of morning.
Bonnie Tarrantino and Shakaya Breeze. Bonnie is the Yoga Program Director
University Of Maryland School Of Medicine Center For Integrative Medicine. She led the morning yoga exercises. Shakya elevates a woman's life into an experience of exquisite, feminine, sensual beauty.
Jan Kronenberger enjoyed the yoga morning with me. I love how "spa" and relaxed she looks here without her glasses. I think she has lots in store in the future.
Kathleen Buckely and I later at the live event.
Stephanie Ann Grant: "We connect companies to clients and people to their life through image. It takes 3 seconds to make a first impression and people will make a minimum of 12 judgments about you in this 3 seconds. Because attractive people are trusted 69% more often most people will make a judgment on weather or not they would work with you in the first 3 second of meeting you. "
Emily Eldredge: Her Drawing Out Process is similar to my Art Journalist process meaning that art therapy is becoming increasingly accpeted for it's healing properties in the self help space.
Alyson Wright: She is an Eco Adovcate like me. We shared a conversation about Leo DiCaprio's work at the as Natural Resources Defense Council and our admiration of his contributions to "Green".
Jill Jackson: She is a teahcer who I shared many ideas and revelations with thorough out the morning. (That was very special for me Jill!)
Jill joined in on the animated conversation at lunch along with many warm laughs.
Allison revealed her "sensual entrpreneur within" when I asked her to take her glasses off and pose for this shot. I really captured her youthfulness and natural ease in the photo above.
The Elegant Femmes attending, gathered on the stairs in the centre of the hotel for a photo with our hosts to end the event. Tara and Dave, are to be commended on creating an memorable event with a creative and lovely attention to detail. Thanks for having us!
Christine Barrington,Transformational Life Guide. Denise Lane, Producer/Director. Kathleen Buckley, Realtor. We spent the rest of the afternoon conversing overlooking the ocean. Having women who are thought leaders like myself to discuss ideas with was a monumental experience throughout the event.
Karen Knowler: Karen Knowler is the founder and Director of TheRawFoodCoach.com, the “International Association of Raw Food Coaches & Teachers” (IARFCT), TheRawFoodDirectory.com and “International Raw Food Day” which happens every July 11th.
Fabienne Frederickson: "I have since made a commitment to dedicate the rest of my professional life to helping other self-employed, sole practitioners, get more clients in record time through my workshops, products, masterminds and VIP private consulting days.
Since then, I’ve worked with thousands of private clients, spoken in front of countless groups, and have created The Client Attraction System™; a series of 10 important practice-building steps every sole practitioner needs to apply to get more clients, in record time."
Rebeca Castella and Mayra Perez Olivares. These two remarkable women also brought their unique energy to the event. What a bunch of lovely sensual women who are all so different and talented in their own way. I was inspired to see the array of dreams out there waiting to come into fruition. What a beautiful moment...
Sometimes after an event like this one, I like to take a self portrait or two million. The energy captured is forever contained and recalled at any time. I feel satisfied in this photo and that in itself is priceless. I love looking through my blog at times musing at my energetic scrapbook of moments that were noted by my lenses and words. We can't capture every moment in our lives. Ones like these are best imprinted on the brain for times when we need a little remembered inspiration.