Pamper Yourself to Prosperity at the Modern Muse Glow retreat!
Is it really possible to pamper yourself to prosperity? According to the latest neuroscience research, the answer to this question is yes!
Brain scientist have proven that there are ways in which you can tap into peak performance on purpose by integrating complete cohesion of your mind, body & spirit. You don’t want to miss out on this weekend retreat to feed your soul through laughter, learning & a lot of fun!
By attending this retreat you will:
- Be pampered from head to toe with full body massage, energetic healing, facials and pedicures.
- Learn the latest neuroscience principles and how to tap into the realm of peak performance.
- Leverage the power of unity by sharing, supporting and lifting one another to new heights.
- Be served organic foods that replenish & restore health & well-being for the mind, body & spirit by an onsite chef.
- Be introduced to different types of wines from local wineries here in Iowa.
- Understand the ancient wisdom of mandalas and how to use the mandala you paint as a beacon for you after the retreat is done.
- Leave with a plan of action that is aligned with your highest good and be given tools to assist you with staying the course!
How do I register for Glow?
Email Modern Muse today for an application. Reservation requests are already being submitted.
The Glow Team
Tiffany Tokarz, CPBA, CPMA, & MS in Leadership Development Psychology, is a peak performance specialist. She has been working with leaders and teams to create intentional results for nearly a decade. Her company Modern Muse Consulting offers one-on-one consulting, group work, conferences, retreats and workshops. Her belief is that researchers have only begun to understand the scope of human potential; and that leaders who create company cultures to better leverage their human capital will position their companies to thrive in the new economy.
She prides herself on being result-driven and yet having some fun a long the way. She believes that balance in both work & play is an integral part of performance management and she takes her own advice. When she is not working, you will find her jogging at Gray’s Lake; teaching yoga; spending quality time with loved ones; enjoying a glass of wine or attempting to cook something new in the kitchen.
Tricia has been a daymaker (hairstylist) since 1997. In that time she has been a employee, rented a styling chair and is now the proud owner of the award winning Trixies Salon. Tricia is also the Iowa representative for PSI and the co- founder of AGAPE which helps women with postpartum depression. Tricia has also founded Saint Monicas Meals at Christ the King Church and most recently Dream Catchers, where herself and licensed cosmetologists/massage therapists give complimentary beauty services to the terminally and chronically ill. She also sits on the East/South Des Moines Chamber board as Vice-President.
Tricia has a passion for giving back to individuals and to her community, she truly is a proud Southsider. She tries to lead by example through her trust in God and her faith. Tricia loves being with her husband Jeremy and her three children Colton 22, Mateo 13 and Marlee 6, camping with friends, watching baseball and football and of course shopping at her local favorite boutiques, she has a weakness for a great pair of shoes and handbags. Xoxox
An inspiring author, television show host, health coach, motivator and raw vegan chef, Sheree Clark has written and presented on topics ranging from raw food 101 to overcoming career burnout. Currently she hosts Fork in the Road with Sheree Clark, a weekly TV show, while continuing to carry a full load of private practice health and nutrition clients. In her personal time, Sheree and her cat Lotus work on their asanas. Learn more at www.fork-road.com.
Sarah has studied art therapy in Iowa before heading to the Southwest where she developed her fine art practice and immersed herself in the art of performance. She was head painter for the British American Theatre at Greer Garson Theatre in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Later, the Southwest Learning Center and Albuquerque Museum of Natural History sponsored her work with Xochimoki, an educational, indigenous musical performance group who toured the United States, Canada and Mexico. Sarah then pursued a scholarship to study in Japan and was drawn to the avant-garde dance form of Butoh, and performed with local dance troupes. After returning to New Mexico, she produced her own performance based on the Japanese dance experience and created accompanying prints and paintings that were exhibited in Japan. Recently, Sarah completed an eight-month journey across the United States coordinating efforts for the Great March for Climate Action, where she reconnected with the many artists, shamans and indigenous peoples she has met over the years.
Throughout her life Sarah has has made it a priority to experience a broad range of spiritual ceremonies. Among them include the Navajo sacred prayer ceremony, Chichen Itza spring equinox Sun Ceremony, Yogi Bhajan’s Peace Prayer Day, Lama Foundation’s Sufi whirling dervish ceremony, Zen mediations and Wright Way Organic Resource Center retreats. These experiences have enriched Sarah’s ability to understand personal journeys and the circle of life.
My healing journey began as a child. I used to massage family members at family gatherings, to help them relax. As a teenager I wanted to do something in the medical field so I went to school to become a Medical Technologist. Along the way I became an aerobics instructor in 1996. Then in 1997 an Aunt became ill with Stomach Cancer. A friend suggested I learn Reiki to help my Aunt with her pain in 1998. Loved it so much I wanted to learn more healing techniques, so I went on a 4 year journey learning Healing Touch. During that time frame I was asked to learn and teach Yoga. So I am a Yogafit instructor as of 2003. Also in 2003, I became certified as a Healing touch practitioner. I have been practicing and learning healing ever since. I love to help people balance their Chakra’s so that they can heal themselves. I help to move your energy so that your energy field is working to keep you healthy and happy. Thus my business name became “Help yourself heal”.
Carolyn Krafka, LMT, is Sole Proprietor of Prairie Song Therapeutic Massage in Des Moines. She received her BA in Business Administration from St. Ambrose University, and her MBA and EdS degrees from Drake University. Carolyn is a graduate of the Iowa Massage Institute and received her massage license from the Iowa Department of Public Health in 2005. She operated Prairie Song part time while holding a full time position as an IT Trainer until her early retirement, and has been operating full time since 2013.
Carolyn studied herbalism for two years with Trilby Sedlacek, AHG, and is currently taking an herbalism home correspondence course with Rosemary Gladstar. Carolyn creates some of her own herbal oils and liniments which she uses in her massage practice. She is also a Young Living Independent Distributor and uses their essential oils in her practice.
Carolyn’s massage approach is to assess the goals with the client and use whatever techniques are required to meet these goals. This may include Swedish, Deep Tissue, Myofascial Release and stretching. She also performs Raindrop Technique since studying with Dr. David Stewart from the Center for Aromatherapy Research and Education. In addition, Carolyn performs chair massage for several corporate and senior living clients.
Carolyn’s philosophy is that our bodies are created to heal themselves. She acts as a facilitator using massage as one method to assist in that process.