Blog - Campowerment
1210, 2018

Introducing One Tough Bitch

By |October 12th, 2018|Categories: A-Musings, Big News|

Tammi says: I was already a chubby pre teen when I met Shelly Fisher in the summer of ’74 at Camp Akiba (back when she was “Shelly Lotman”), my childhood happy place. She was a year older and way cooler than I was, but we bonded.  Forty years later, she came to support Campowerment and […]

709, 2018

Journaling for Grandchildren

By |September 7th, 2018|Categories: A-Musings, Expert Insight|

March 11, 1989

Dearest Chelsea…

Today is Grandy’s birthday…It is my 53rd birthday… A special day in many ways… It is especially awesome because this is my first birthday as a Grandy…My first birthday with you in my life (how lucky I am)… And it marks the beginning of this book…My journal to my first grandchild…

I’ve been […]

2908, 2018

Dare you to…

By |August 29th, 2018|Categories: A-Musings|

Women flock to Camowerment to put themselves at the top of their to-dos, disconnect, recalibrate and map out the next steps to create their own happiness….and we love that!

But you don’t have to wait ’til camp rolls around to start making moves toward living a happier, healthier, and more authentic life.

DARE YOU to try these […]

608, 2018

The Fab 5

By |August 6th, 2018|Categories: Tales from the Tribe|

When five women stepped out of their comfort zones, hopped on planes and trains from 5 cities across 2 countries to see what a weekend at Campowerment might have to offer them, never did they think they’d return home with friends who feel like family (after 4 days!).

In the nine short months since fate placed […]

2507, 2018

What is a Despacho Ceremony?

By |July 25th, 2018|Categories: Expert Insight|

If you follow us on Facebook or receive our emails, you know that we just announced our powerhouse ensemble of Experts this SEPT 21-24, including Shamanic Practitioner Mercedes Soler, who’s been quietly a part of this movement since before it came to life as Campowerment. (She co-authored a book with our CEO Tammi and 5 […]

2007, 2018

Why These Experts: September 2018

By |July 20th, 2018|Categories: A-Musings|

While so much of what happens at a Campowerment women’s weekend happens because of the (wild, wacky, wonderful) Campers who show up to play, a huge part of the experience is contingent upon the Experts: those gifted thought leaders + warriors who show up dedicated to helping Campers (YOU!) elevate your lives.

During my 34 years […]

1607, 2018

Roll Call! September 2018 Expert Line-Up

By |July 16th, 2018|Categories: Big News|

They’re HERE! The September 2018 Experts are ready to boogie back to baseline with you, giving you the tools, support and space to learn + grow in all areas of your life (even in the areas you didn’t think you needed growth!).

Get to know the full Expert line-up of our 22nd women’s weekend, this Sept […]

607, 2018

Liars, Texters and Bunny-Boilers, Oh My!

By |July 6th, 2018|Categories: Expert Insight|

You say you want love. You swear you are searching hard for it. You’re on all the sites (or, at least, you’ve tried all the free trials for all of the sites). Your friends and even most people at work “kinda sorta” know that you are looking for the one. Heck, you (of all people) […]

1306, 2018

Father’s Day for those Without

By |June 13th, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Denna Babul is an author and public speaker who tragically lost her father at the age of 13. She later went on to write the poignant book “The Fatherless Daughter Project: Understanding Our Losses and Reclaiming Our Lives”. She’s coming to Campowerment in September 2018 to help women transform a difficult past into a thriving […]

106, 2018

Experts @ Daybreak: Heather Berg

By |June 1st, 2018|Categories: Uncategorized|

Heather Berg is a South Florida-based yoga instructor and deliciously loving and intuitive human who’s been to Campowerment on both Coasts and is back to join us Sept 2018 to lead yoga and Stand Up Paddleboard yoga. She inspires us, so we’re connecting her to YOU, with a look into the ins-and-outs of her day-to-day, […]