The high demand nature of many women's lives and professional roles can leave us more vulnerable to overwhelm and burnout. 

What enhances and maintains your resilience?

Building on your foundation of your essential self, this retreat has you dig deeper into what holds you back and take ownership of your inner power so you can better engage in the world with agility and a sense of confidence.  We explore how you can regain and maintain your sense of calm, clarity, kindness and invite practices that will have you better able to return to your centre, feeling confident and energized, despite what life throws at you.

Program Overview:

Saturday, March 16th

3:00pm - 5:00pm: Arrival and self-reflection exercise

5:30pm - 6:30pm: Dinner

6:30pm - 7:30pm: Discussion - Resilience

7:30pm - 9:00pm: Yoga program

Sunday, March 17th

7:00am - 8:00am: Morning mindfulness & yoga

8:00am - 9:00am - Breakfast

9:00am - 12:00pm: Morning Session & yoga practice

12:00pm - 1:00pm: Lunch

1:00pm - 4:00pm: Afternoon session & yoga practice

4:00pm - 5:30pm: Closing session

Why attend:


Better understand where you draw your energy from, how you can rebound from the responsibilities and the challenges that deplete you, and harness the practices that help you quickly return to and stand strong in your power.

Develop your resilience with concrete practices to replenish your well of physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual energy.

Discover or deepen what has you feel and show up as grounded, centred and calm.

Show up as more authentic in your leadership so you better inspire trust in your team.

Develop the foundation that will enhance your confidence.

This is a highly unique leadership development retreat specifically designed around what the research tells us helps women to thrive as leaders. 

Who this retreat is for:

Women who understand the importance of having a deep well of physical, intellectual, emotional and spiritual strength to draw on. 

Having practices to keep this well full is what drives your ability to create personal achievements and fulfillment, and this, in turn, inspires others. 

You are an intelligent and accomplished woman, yet you have a growing sense of frustration with being expected to follow the grooves laid down by a history that expects you to play by a constricting rulebook.

You also have a deep desire for a more authentic, grounded experience so you can shape your leadership from values, vision, and the unique and powerful perspectives only you, as a woman, can bring. You want to live and lead heart-first with a courage and power rooted in your values.

You are either emerging in your leadership, brimming with ideas and enthusiasm, and ready to be your most powerful self.  Or, perhaps you are mid-career and you want to discover deeper truths about yourself, leverage your unique strengths and re-invigorate your presence as a leader. 

Either way, you want to bring the whole of yourself into how you show up as a leader and desire a retreat that is wholly focused on helping you be a woman who leads like a woman - from inspiration, intuition, interrelation and inclusion.

*This retreat includes yoga practice, so if you are differently abled, please let us know. We will do our best to be inclusive within the parameters of our venue.

What you will find here:


A safe, open and instantly trusting environment.

Develop lasting connections with other inspiring women.

A source of newfound energy and inspiration. 

A supportive community environment for frank and empowering dialogues.

A workbook to capture your self-reflection and inspiration.

Resources to take with you to support you in creating practices for growth, enhanced confidence and resilience.

Things to know: 

Fee:  $389.00 - includes shared accommodation and meals. Non-accommodation rates are available and can be found on our event registration page.

What to expect: Several yoga sessions interspersed with coach-led self-reflection and group discussion activities - all designed to help you identify what drains your energy and creativity and what fills your well of resilience and fuels your energy. 

Meals and snacks will be provided and include dinner on the Saturday evening, breakfast and lunch and energy snacks on Sunday.

What to bring: Comfortable clothing suitable for yoga, layered clothing for changes in temperature, water bottle, walking shoes for outdoor self-reflection time, your overnight kit (p.j.’s, toiletries and change of clothes) and a sense of adventure.

Mats are provided, but you are welcome to bring your own and whatever else will have you feel comfortable. 

Where to go: Wisteria Acres Retreat Centre, 8648 Armstrong Road, Langley, BC

Please be aware: Wisteria Acres Wellness & Retreats Centre is an entirely non-smoking/non-vaping environment. Guests are asked to smoke off the property.

Meals will be vegetarian/vegan and will include gluten-free options. Please advise if you have food restrictions.

What you will receive: Group coaching/discussions, four to five yoga sessions, self-reflection exercises, a workbook detailing the retreat’s journey with space for your own reflections, nourishing seasonal meals and snacks (please inform us of any allergies or dietary preferences).

Who to contact with questions:  contact either Nancy or Delaney.  Our contact details are on our CONNECT page.

Your facilitators:

Nancy Chenier, RYT-200 Yoga Instructor

The strength and agility of the body and mind are gifts that we carry off the mat and into the world, enabling us to face life’s challenges–be they great or mundane–with steadiness and ease. My hope is to nurture those gifts on the mat with mindfulness as well as a sense of joy. Having studied with some incredible teachers in Canada and abroad, I’m honoured to be able to share the practice with others.

Delaney Tosh, PCC, CPCC

My desire is a world fundamentally changed by the contributions, voices and participation of women who are living and leading from their essential, most powerful selves.

My sixteen years experience coaching leaders, leadership teams and business owners, supporting them in leadership development, strategic planning, business development and team productivity has made one thing clear to me: that women continue to come under intense pressure and scrutiny when they take the lead. Frustrated by witnessing brilliant women playing down their brilliance to fit in and not stepping wholly into their power authentically, I have evolved my work to focus solely on coaching women of vision; women who wish to lead from their whole selves with confidence and the savvy to navigate the challenges they face.

What we believe:


It is not BS that women's brains are wired differently than men's - the research is in and it overwhelmingly outlines these differences.

However, what the research also shows is that these differences are women's superpowers, or could be, so long as we know how to harness them.

It is critical that the inspiration that is inherent in how women think and operate emerges as a paradigm shift to the concept of leadership.

Women do leadership differently.  This matters. 

Women who lead like women - from inspiration, intuition, interrelation and inclusion - will be our change agents, co-creating a more positive and inclusive world. 


Revitalize Leadership Retreat

March 16 & 17, 2019

A 1.5 day retreat
Wisteria Acres Retreat Centre, Langley, BC

Connect with us to put your name on the waiting list for our second retreat in the series. 

We haven’t yet opened registration, but we will, soon. These retreats have limited space, so it you are interested and don’t want to miss out, we invite you to add your name to the waitlist.


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*Attendees of our 2018 Recognize Retreat receive a 20% discount on our 2019 Revitalize, Radiate and Roar retreats.