A Red Tent Retreat
Women’s inspiration, renewal, and transformation
Women are fed a diet of negativity about their menstrual cycle from a very young age.
Since most women were never welcomed into womanhood, their “Inner Maiden” is left inside often embarrassed, ashamed, or afraid. As a result, many women view menstruation as a “nuisance,” “bother,” or “the curse,” thereby giving way to the development of PMS symptoms.
Uprooting any negativity about menstruation stored in your body since adolescence –
is the beginning of an empowering and healing journey. It will help you make peace with your cycle, love & trust your body, and ultimately reverse any PMS symptoms.
Reclaiming your “Inner Maiden” is a necessary stepping-stone to empowering your girl as she enters womanhood, preventing yet another generation from suffering needlessly.
If you have ever been a girl – this journey is for you!
Receive the Welcome into womanhood you never had
Reclaim menstruation as source of solace & spiritual renewal
Dissolve PMS symptoms & learn to love your body more than you thought possible
Learn to be intuitively guided by your cycle, rather than at its mercy
Become an empowering role model for your daughter, or today’s girls!
Join us for a deeply nourishing weekend
and find the last missing pieces of your womanhood’s jigsaw puzzle!
Facilitator: DeAnna L’am (B.A.) speaker, coach, and trainer, is author of Becoming Peers – Mentoring Girls Into Womanhood. Her pioneering work has been transforming women’s and girls’ lives around the world, for over 20 years. DeAnna helps women and girls love themselves unconditionally! She helps women move from self-judgment to self-nurturance;
model self-acceptance, self-care, and self-esteem to their daughters;
and skillfully welcome today’s girls into empowered womanhood. Visit her at:
When: July 13-15: Friday 7-8:30 PM ~ Saturday & Sunday 10AM – 5PM Daily
Overnight stay is an option!
Where: Sägmühl, 93177 Altenthann, Deutschland
Fee: Early Bird – € 230 till May 7 ~ € 260 thereafter ~ € 100 deposit required
Contact: Ulrike Remlein –
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org ~ Mobile: +49 (0)177-811-51-36