Money, Mind & Transformation; a money coaching retreat for women

July 20, 2018 @ 6:00 pm – July 22, 2018 @ 4:00 pm
Thirteen Moons Wellness
From $359 with registration by May 1
Sharon Davison

The Money, Mind and Transformation retreat is a powerful and enriching workshop and weekend retreat that past participants report changed their relationship with money.

Through awareness practice, reflection and exercises, you will explore hidden money patterns, money related beliefs and the obstacles that have prevented you from experiencing a more fulfilling, resourceful and prosperous life. The weekend will include daily mindfulness meditation practice and time for relaxation and reflection in this country retreat setting.

Over the weekend you will work through the four-step money coaching foundation process of:
-identifying underlying “hard-wired” patterns
-determining “core issues” that stem from this patterning
-beginning to gain new awareness and understanding about these patterns
-accessing insight into unconscious money attitudes, beliefs & behaviors

Money Coaching is exciting work that provides you with the opportunity to experience tremendous growth both personally and professionally. During the weekend you will examine and come to understand your own relationship with money and bring to awareness blockages that may have been keeping you from experiencing your potential.

Participants will be required to complete preparatory work before coming to the retreat. Through this workshop process you are fully immersed and engaged in your own money growth and as such need to attend all sessions. There are limited spaces available for this weekend retreat for women and a commitment to this process is required.


Sharon e. Davison is a facilitator, coach, trainer, and meditation practitioner who holds a degree (B Ed. Adult) from Brock University, a Career and Work Counsellor diploma, and is certified Money Coach through the Money Coaching Institute in California. The common focus in her work is increasing awareness and making behavioural shifts.

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