On Getting Unplugged and Reclaiming Yourself
But it’s not just about getting away from work, responsibilities or life.
Unplugging has important implications. In his book Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind, author Guy Claxton made popular the idea that most of our best “thinking” takes place in the unconscious mind. And the unconscious mind has a hard time working unless we make an effort to slow down and unplug.
It is at the root of this idea where the Women Unplugged retreat hits the mark so powerfully.
In the below video, your retreat hosts, Christine Martell and Jalene Case talk about why they created Women Unplugged and what it means to them.
If you are looking to reconnect to your inner self, to rejuvenate your tired spirits or just want some time to remember what you love, the Women Unplugged retreat is for you.
You’ll unplug from the here and now and plug into you. The Women Unplugged retreat is about Relaxing, Remembering, Rejuvenating, Reconnecting and Restarting. With the Pacific Ocean as your backdrop you’ll be refreshed and more importantly ready to restart!
Here’s Christine and Jalene: