Let's worry about the details..you worry about relaxing and rebooting.
Many female executives, founders and leaders are exhausted by their brutal schedules and the intense demands on them. While they get a lot of joy and satisfaction from their work, they're stressed out, anxious and sleep deprived. This results to health problems, deteriorating relationships and weakened job performance.
It's not rocket science that, when these leaders are stressed, they usually don't treat themselves or others well. To keep them going and fuelled through their busy and crazy schedules, some executives turn to self-medicating, with coffee, colas and energy drinks by day and a couple of drinks and a sleep aid at night.
With this stress comes the complexity of either overeating, or not eating at all, or eat the wrong things while on the go. Exercise and self care can also become something that quickly drops off their to-do list.
By being overly stressed-out, such leaders might naturally and unknowingly take out their troubles on other people too. Stress makes them prone to quick temper at work or at home, angry or impatient responses.
More and more of executive female leaders find themselves unable to juggle overwhelming demands and maintain a seemingly unsustainable pace. Paradoxically, the best way to get more done may be to spend more time doing less.
A new and growing body of multidisciplinary research shows that strategic renewal — including daytime workouts, short afternoon naps, longer sleep hours, more time away from the office and longer, more frequent vacations — boosts productivity, job performance and, of course, health.
For an an entrepreneur, founder or senior executive, the momentum and thrill of a growing business can be seductive. Little regard is paid to the amount of hours put it. You spend hours making critical decisions for your clients, team and the company and rarely have a moment to yourself during the work week. With each meeting comes additional priorities to your never-ending to-do list. But you love it!
It’s end of the day on Friday! Yay! Instead of going home, putting your feet on the table and relax with a good book, you take off. By some time on Saturday you wake up in Casablanca. Or Cape Town. Or Mexico! To you, this is a week like any other, after all.
You are an accomplished executive woman. You feel that that the boardroom is simply not enough. A good challenge is not enough. You have so much adrenaline, curiosity and ambition pumping through your blood all the time.. Monday…all the way through Sunday.
Congratulations! You have made it to the list of many stressed, successful and weekend-hungry female executives!
You find yourself at the bottom of your own priority list: exhausted; out of touch with your own creativity; unable to remember the sound of your own soul, and tired of being on this journey alone.
FemTreat Retreats will solely focus on senior female leaders, executives and founders who are too much caught up in their busy work schedules that they don't have time to rest. By providing intimate and closed retreats, Horesha will allow such leaders time to shut off, reboot, restart, refocus and restart again. By allowing their brains and bodies to rest, they will also get back to work much more energised and with fresher minds to perform better.
In order to be part of the Femtreat Community, a financial commitment is required. You will be required to pay one time joining fee and annual membership. See details below.
This is a one time registration fee that you are required to pay before you can be accepted to join Femtreat Community.
Each application is reviewed individually and only after approval, will you receive instructions to submit the joining fee. This is a non-refundable fee.
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This is a fee paid annually to guarantee your membership to Femtreat.
Annual membership can only be paid after one receives approval to join. The membership fee is included in the joining fee for the first year, but should be renewed from second year going forward to guarantee continuation of membership.
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Retreat fees will vary based on each retreat.