When: Friday, January 18, 2019, 9:00am – 1:00pm (EST)
Where: Tradewinds Islands Grand Resort – St. Petersburg Beach, Florida
Start the new year right with the Alliance at this retreat by winding down, practicing mindfulness, and getting focused on your 2019 goals. Join the Florida ambassadors in beautiful and sunny St. Petersburg Beach. We’ll enjoy quality time near the ocean with our toes in the sand, industry networking, and a workshop featuring Robin Nickell designed to help you be more mindful with helpful tips for setting and achieving your personal goals. Breakfast will be served.
A block of rooms will be available at $179 per person, not including taxes and fees. Also, an optional group activity will be planned for the evening before on Thursday, January 17. Please let us know when you register if you are interested in either of these so we can get more details to you when they become available.
8:30am Registration | Breakfast & Networking
9:10am Mindfulness with Robin Nickell | Mindful Mechanics
9:50am Table Collaboration
10:30am Panel Discussion on Goal Setting / Achieving Personal Goals
11:30am Table Collaboration
12:00pm Networking Time
1:00pm Event Concludes
Meet the Keynote Speaker: Robin Nickell
With over 20 years of experience in corporate sales and training and an enthusiasm for teaching meditation, Robin has a unique style of presenting the scientific benefits of meditation and demystifying techniques to create a sustained practice.
In 2013 she deepened her understanding of mindfulness and meditation while completing her 200hr Yoga Teacher Training at Heartwood Retreat Center in Bradenton, Fl. At this time her father was experiencing advanced stages of several forms of dementia. This awakened a voracious appetite for knowledge of the mind and its ability to heal and change though meditation.
In 2016, Robin completed her Meditation Teacher Training at ISHTA Yoga in NYC. She has also studied Mindful Based Stress Reduction at The Center for Mindfulness in Medicine, Healthcare, and Society. She is currently studying Neurobiology and Behavior at the University of Chicago and now brings this education to various businesses and non-profits.
The panel will feature: