workshop Rhinebeck, NY

Self-Care for the Wisdom Years


Oct 6–8, 2023


Member: $405.00

Standard: $450.00

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Approach conscious aging in a bold way, upgrade your self-care, and live a soul-directed life with best-selling author and coach Cheryl Richardson.

In this audio clip, Cheryl Richardson reads an excerpt from her book, Waking Up in Winter: In Search of What Really Matters at Midlife, that speaks to what happens when we start to confront our mortality.

Celebrate everything that’s wonderful about aging.
Cheryl Richardson

There comes a point at midlife when we can feel restless, bored, and uninspired with our lives. We may lack the energy for the things that used to matter and our suck-it-up muscles often go slack. As unsettling as this might be, it's actually good news. It’s an indication that a deeper part of you is ready to be fed by something more than ambition and achievement. Chances are you’re ready to live a soul-directed life.

Joseph Campbell suggested that while most human beings say they want more meaning in their lives, what he suspects they really want is more aliveness—the feeling of being plugged in, fully awake, and excited about getting up in the morning. With age, this aliveness becomes even more important as we face our mortality. Fortunately, with the right guidance and support, and a willingness to challenge the status quo, life can become a wonderful, wild adventure.

During this weekend retreat, Cheryl Richardson, New York Times best-selling author of the new audiobook by Sounds True, Self Care for the Wisdom Years, invites you to take on the journey of conscious aging in a bold new way. Using inspiring stories, guided practices, and her signature laser-coaching, you'll learn to upgrade your self-care standards so your wisdom years feel more joyful and alive.

In this weekend workshop, you learn how to:

  • Make choices that support your soul rather than your ego
  • Stop doing things you no longer want to do
  • Use the reality of mortality to your advantage
  • Make your health a higher priority so you can live a strong and active life
  • Let go of the belief that you have to earn joy
  • Upgrade your community to align with your shifting values and priorities
  • Cultivate a calm inner state to more easily handle life's inevitable challenges
  • Awaken aliveness by adding more presence, pleasure, and play to your daily life

Your wisdom years can be some of the best years of your life; and courage, curiosity, and a willingness to act are the tickets to this freedom. Explore the mystery and wonder of conscious aging in this weekend retreat.

Workshop Rhinebeck, NY

Oct 6–8, 2023

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    Cheryl Richardson is the New York Times best-selling author of several books including Take Time for...