Courses & Programs
A self-led course that offers tangible, well-researched recommendations for adopting individual, sustainable daily practices which keep you rooted in the present, whilst knowing you have an agile plan for organic growth, and for reaching long term targets.
How It Works
We’ll start with a change in perspective and help you determine what can be removed versus what needs to stay.
With found space, and new practices in place, you’ll learn the skills of analysis, agility, and course correction, so that you can continue to maintain your own equilibrium whilst positively impacting others, no matter what comes your way.
By defining success and accomplishment on your terms and grounding each day in rest, leisure, and optimism, you’ll be able to embrace a lasting sense of ease.
To us, leisure is about finding ease in the everyday. It’s freedom and fluidity. It’s slow mornings and sipping wine on the terrace. It’s meditation and gentle movement. It's working hard, but knowing that it's also okay to rest and play. It’s practicing wise consumerism and giving back with intention. It’s deep connection, true love, and an overwhelming sense of calm. It’s replacing goals with organic growth; habits with practices. It’s learning to view money as a tool, not as a goal. It’s self-leadership and development and letting go of outcomes. It’s slow wealth, slow fashion, slow food, slow travel...and spontaneous moments of causeless joy. It’s simple, sustainable and it's yours to embrace; right here, right now.
For the woman who's just starting out, or starting over, and who wants to set up a framework that is agile and sustainable. She could also be a woman who’s on a fixed income later in life, and who’s recalibrating for the next chapter. She’s learning to view stress not as an enemy, but as a guide, and to embrace more leisure and optimism. Her funds may be quite limited, so she's interested in maximizing all she has.
For the woman who’s mid-career, or who is a stay at home partner, and who has reached a point of more disposable income—yet feels overwhelmed by the various roles and responsibilities she holds most sacred. She’s learning to see stress as a signifier and is looking to adopt behaviors that help her to better manage her energy, finances, and influence.
For the highly successful women for whom money has become no object, yet it has begun to present more complications than when there was less. She’s looking to use it to consciously manage both her giving and the level of wealth and belongings she and her partner accumulate, without them overtaking her or robbing she and her family of the ability to remain grounded in the simple pleasures and moments of causeless joy.