Eileen Z. Fuentes | Our Annual Wellness Retreat
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02 Apr Our Annual Wellness Retreat

Women's Wellness Retreat www.thespeach.com

This weekend my wellness group and I headed off to the Poconos in Pennsylvania for our annual retreat. The girls from the big city were able to get away and enjoy the great outdoors. We slept in the same log cabin, stayed up talking till the wee hours of the night and enjoyed being disconnected from our responsibilities while bonding with other women from all walks of life.

Womens Wellness Retreat Log Cabin www.thespeach.com

Fitness is a must if you want to be healthy. At the retreat, we centered ourselves with yoga, worked up a sweat in the zumba class, and went on a nature hike in the woods.

Women's Wellness Retreat Yoga www.thespeach.com

We also worked on strengthening our insides with self-development workshops on topics such as; learning to love ourselves more, creative journaling, and creating the lives we really want.

Women's Wellness Retreat Yoga www.thespeach.com

We took part in team-building exercises and activities that tested our endurance. Then we sang songs and played drums.

Women's Wellness Retreat Rock Climbing www.thespeach.com

We made s’mores by the campfire. I had to disagree that you actually needed to have “some more”… one is more than enough!

Women's Wellness Retreat Campfire www.thespeach.com

All of us left refreshed and replenished.

Women's Wellness Retreat lake www.thespeach.com

Thank you to all our loving friends who helped make this happen.

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Eileen Z. Fuentes

After a breast cancer diagnosis in 2008, Eileen became her own Self-Healthcare Activist. She is an Integrative Cancer Coach and works full-time helping patients do more than just survive at Columbia University’s Cancer Center in New York City.

  • Mercedes D'Alessandri
    Posted at 12:19h, 03 April Reply

    I missed you guys so much and hope you all know I was there in spirit….but next year I plan to also be there in body….lol. Much love your way!

  • Eileen
    Posted at 19:01h, 03 April Reply

    We like when you’re there in body… that’s my favorite kind of Mercy

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