Did you know that there is evidence that writing about your thoughts and feelings reduces stress, helps you gain clarity, heals trauma and emotional upheaval, fosters personal growth and self-awareness, and empowers self-expression and builds self-confidence? Yep, it's true!
Join this 3-hour virtual writing retreat from the comfort of your own home or your favorite place to relax. All it involves is a notebook, writing utensil, quiet space, your commitment-to-self, a few hours, and a phone. This retreat will give you the time and space to write for yourself within a circle of others for inspiration and renewal.
Prior experience with writing or journaling is not necessary to deeply benefit from this life transforming practice. You simply have to commit to doing it!
During this coach-lead retreat with like-minded, like-hearted people, you will learn reflective journaling techniques while giving yourself time away from stress and into a peace of mind. You will have the opportunity to share in collective energy – a life-changing and self-renewing experience. You'll be able to reflect on and remember what brings you joy and your authentic self.
Imagine how you will be transformed at the end! Give yourself permission to dedicate this time to YOU!
Airial W. Dandridge (aka Airial Re’nal) is a Certified Life Coach who aids women veterans during the transition period from soldier to civilian. She empowers them to go from discouraged with no clear plan for life to passionate with a concrete plan for their future. She teaches them how to incorporate their military experience to live a fulfilling life as a civilian both personally and professionally. Her passion is to help others unveil the hope that has been hidden by anxiety, depression and PTSD and help find passion, purpose and pleasure in life.
Airial served active duty in the United States Army for 12 years. She served as a Multimedia Illustrator (25M), Information Systems Analyst (25B) and special duties as an Equal Opportunity representative and Sexual Assault/Harassment Response & Prevention (SHARP) advocate. Airial has personally experienced domestic violence, sexual harassment and military sexual assault along with advocating for others who have experienced these issues. She undoubtedly understands first-hand the trauma and transitioning woes women experience during and after their service.