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Tomorrow I’m offering the final Virtual Retreat of 2016. Imagine six hours of writing prompts and tips, yoga and meditation practices, playtime in your art journal, and connecting live throughout the entire experience.

Here’s a video peek into TOMORROW’S retreat.

The day is a sampling of the full-fledged retreat experience I offer in Paris, West Virginia, and beyond, but from the comfort of your own home and on your own terms. Spend time reflecting and rejuvenating without booking flights or sitters.

Open to all levels, no experience needed. And, if you’re away July 9 or can’t join us the entire time, no problem. You’ll have lifetime access to retreat over and over again on your own terms.


The Day Includes:

• An opening and closing live video gathering
• Midway live video check-in
• Recipe suggestions
• Guided multimedia how-tos on writing, yoga, meditation, and art journaling
• 3 PDF Guidebooks
• A private Facebook group
• Lifetime access
TranquiliT discount code
• Savvy Sources for continuing the experience
• Chat box for connecting with others and me throughout the day
• Tech support
• A peek into my tranquility practices

Hit the pause button, learn new skills or deepen current ones, and connect with like-hearted ladies. Look forward to playing on Saturday!


Here’s what others shared about their experience:

I absolutely loved the retreat today. It was such a great way to spend a Saturday. Participating has reminded me how good it feels to slow down and give myself the time to recharge. Feeling a new spark of creativity. Loved connecting with all of you and look forward to more.

Just looked in the mirror and I think I look younger than I did this morning! I’m so relaxed!!!! What a fabulous morning.

I’d forgotten how much fun art journaling can be – especially not having to stay within the lines, cut with a scissors, or make something perfect. The last time I wrote in my art journal was January 2015. So much has changed since then, and this exercise helped me to shift my perspective to embracing change and discerning what I need in my life to spark joy.


I’ve been to local day long yoga workshops and enjoyed being with a group. But I have to say, being the introvert that I am and loving my quiet time, this was something I would do again and again. Being in my own familiar space, relaxed but at the same time connected with everyone by your video and the Facebook Group. You thought of everything!

The Virtual Retreat is exactly what I needed during this busy time of the year for me. As an introvert with an extroverted job and tendencies, it was wonderful to give myself the opportunity to “check out” for the day while still being in my own space. I lit candles and incense, put on soothing jazz, and spent the whole day in my comfiest clothes virtually connecting with my favorite yoga and mindfulness guru.


I LOVED attending my very first virtual retreat! Kimberly was the perfect host interacting with us through a live feed at the beginning of the retreat as well as through the Facebook group. I felt so connected to the other women that attended even though we were from all over the world. This was truly a one of the best workshops I’ve ever attended.

I can’t thank you enough for such a clearly thought out virtual retreat. It was such a blessing not to need to get dressed, drive to an airport, not have to put on make-up, and to be comfortable in my own home without distraction (except for my two fur babies).


The hallmark of an enlightening retreat, presentation, email, or post are the moments a heart is touched, a thought is planted, or a direction changed. And, how all this continues to impact. It’s a week later (I like to wait a while and let things process.) and I realize that the virtual retreat was more powerful than I thought it would be. In fact, it’s helping me to change direction, well, actually, to reconnect to my core being.

I highly recommend her Virtual Retreat. It didn’t feel virtual at all. No distractions from others in attendance, or traveling, or needing to be presentable. Just following along with a smile, my coffee, computer and toys of choice.  It was a meaningful day, one, it turns out, I deeply needed.