Be Camp II
hyatt lodge, Oakbrook, IL
November 2-3, 2019
The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.
Building the life you want takes time, practice and a lot of support. Be Camp may have kicked off your journey, or maybe it was one stop along the way. Either way, you may find yourself wanting more…
…more skills, more support, more energy work, more time to identify what you want and need in a safe, secure space…
…so you can make the changes you’re committed to making, in a world that doesn’t stop.
Welcome back to camp. At Be Camp II, we add to the foundation we have already built, to take a deeper dive into your energy and the things that are holding you back from making this a way of being and living in true alignment with who you are and what you want out of your life.
We help you:
• identify (and break down) the barriers that keep you from showing up the way you intend
• set your intention for living the Be life
• get back into your body and out of your head
• create an energy practice that works for you
• build a sustainable daily practice
In this intensive, two-day experience, you’ll dive right in--grounding yourself and your energy. You’ll reconnect to your vision of the life you want to live and identify barriers keeping you from living it. You’ll confront the fears that continue to hold you back, prioritize the value of putting yourself first, and learn new skills for being courageous with boundary setting, overcoming toxicity in others, and making the trade-offs necessary for sustained self-care.
You’ll spend time in solitude and self-reflection, engage in deep energy practices, challenge each other in small groups, strengthen your support network, and build a plan to live in alignment with your true self.
Make the commitment to yourself and join us for this weekend of heartfelt support.
Retreat to the Hyatt Lodge in Oak Brook, IL. Nestled within 88 woodland acres, you’ll find serenity indoors and out in this quiet urban sanctuary.
Step out of the hustle and into a serene natural space that’s perfect for you to unwind. Treat your mind, body and soul in the lodge spa, fitness center or indoor lap pool. Take a late fall wander through the trees or spend a few moments in quiet reflection next to a warm fire. It’s all here for us at camp.
Be Camp II starts at 9:00am on Saturday, November 2 and closes at 3:30 on Sunday, November 3, 2019.
Registration fee: $749 includes: retreat, single room accommodation on Saturday night, meals and materials.
To get the most out of the experience, Be Campers are expected to attend the entire weekend.
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Meet the Facilitators
Founder of Be Camp
For the past ten years, Kyra has helped leaders and professionals boldly rethink work and their relationship with work. In 2007, Kyra founded Life Meets Work, a workforce consulting business serving Fortune 1000 companies. The business grew into a multi-million dollar organization before Kyra sold it to a strategic competitor in 2018. She’s since launched 15Be, a learning experiences company dedicated to improving the wellbeing of people, teams and organizations. The principles she teaches at Be Camp derive from science, spiritual traditions, and her experience training leaders and high-potential talent at non-profit organizations and companies like Allianz, KPMG and Kohler.
A former CPA and a former stay-at-home dad, Paul finds his purpose in helping people connect to themselves and their motivations. He takes a values-based approach to coaching, integrating personal and professional goals, leadership, and personal effectiveness. While Paul does accept individual coaching relationships, most of his practice is dedicated to high potential talent in corporate engagements. He holds numerous coaching qualifications including a PCC with the International Coach Federation and is a Certified Daring Way facilitator based on the work of Brené Brown. Learn more at www.gilbridecc.com.
Nourish Your Spark
As one Be Camper put it:
“This experience was strengthening and powerful—wrapped in extra layers of support. Both inner growth and peace, and with outward support from others.”