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Screw the Comfort Zone: Camper Stories

Talking about expanding and pushing past the comfort zone isn’t reserved for holidays; it’s something to be consciously acknowledged each and every day.  How else can we be relentless in the pursuit of our dreams?

Our campers know that the time to be bold and commit to our dreams is RIGHT NOW, and they know that […]

By |March 19th, 2019|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

How to Enjoy this Mercury Retrograde in Pisces

By Leslie McGuirk

The stars are aligned!  Mercury (the planet that rules communication) is Retrograde from now until March 28th. This Mercury Retrograde is in Pisces, the sign known for being dreamy, sensitive and imaginative. 

Since the fish symbol for Pisces, has them going in opposite directions, it totally fits with the energy of what Mercury Retrograde […]

By |March 12th, 2019|Categories: A-Musings, Expert Insight|

State of Our Union: March 2019

To the do-ers, dreamers and damn fine people of the Campowerment community –

The night we evacuated Malibu because of the Woolsey Fire, a friend shared this wisdom with us: “Life has a habit of moving you forward, whether you’re ready or not.”

Three months after that fire shook our foundation, we are moving forward, confidently in […]

By |March 4th, 2019|Categories: Big News|

Meet the March Experts

This March 22-25, these experts are our elevated alpine retreat to tackle topics like: body language, astrology, meditation, parenting, groundedness, journaling, resilience, finding your passion, sound healing, and so much more.

They’ll take on questions like:

What your body is saying before you even speak
How to leave a legacy for those you love
A practical […]

By |January 22nd, 2019|Categories: Uncategorized|

From Dreams to Action: Strategies for Making Change Happen

It started with a dream. Everyone knows the famous line from Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s speech in 1963, a line that even 56 years later, evokes hope, courage and bravery. The road to civil rights in America started with a dream, but the path itself was forged by more than hopes and wishes; it was paved […]

By |January 21st, 2019|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

When a Gratitude Practice Expands

When we think of habits, we tend to focus on the ones we’d like to change.  Things like ‘I need to stop biting my nails’ or ‘I’ve got to stop picking my split ends’ come to mind.  But what if the habits we created had the power to bring us joy? And what if everything we […]

By |January 16th, 2019|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

We’ve All Got Stuff

Sometimes, stepping into our power doesn’t mean being a rockstar in every way. Sometimes the most powerful move you can make is to own your sadness, or your stuck-ness.  There’s massive power in having the courage to say ‘you know what, I’m not okay over here.  I could really use some help.’

Enter Jessica Tyler,  who decided […]

By |January 3rd, 2019|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

CAMPOWERTHON: Recap + Re-igniting Offers

And that’s a wrap on Campowerthon, folks! We talked about bringing insight, live, online for a long time, and we’re now 10 Workshops deep into our first foray. Over the 10 days of Campowerthon, we learned much, and now we want to share it with YOU, so peruse on to catch a little spark of […]

By |December 9th, 2018|Categories: Expert Insight|

5 Brave Women: A #GivingTuesday Call to Action

When the “Campowerment Crew” headed up to Malibu on Thurs, Nov 8 to prepare for Campowerment’s 23rd women’s empowerment retreat, at Camp Gindling Hilltop, we could never have known the deadly and historic Woolsey Fire was just hours away from destroying the beloved camp that was home to 16 of our retreats since 2013.

Thanks to […]

By |November 26th, 2018|Categories: HI from HQ|

Not a place, a feeling

“There are always obstacles and challenges in life and in business,” says Ivy Slater, a business coach from New York City and would-be Camper at our women’s weekend #23, scheduled to begin around the same time the Woolsey Fire destroyed the camp where it was scheduled to take place. 

Ivy continues, “If you take the approach […]

By |November 20th, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|