Mothers, daughters, sisters and friends, you deserve time to celebrate, refresh and pamper yourself this fall. October is our 17th Annual Gathering of Wise Women at Lake Austin Spa and Resort,and on October 3-4 we are delighted to be hosting award-winning novelist Dr. Mylène Dressler, as she shares with us two of her most inspiring and rejuvenating events for women.
On Monday, October, join Dr. Dressler for "Dark Then Bloom: Unfolding Your Creative Power and Passion." Refresh your spirit, and discover the deepest sources of your inspiration, in this soul-warming celebration of the gifts of body, breath, mind and memory. Dr. Dressler will share the secrets she’s used throughout her life as a novelist, artist and former dancer to charge and nourish the creative power that lies within us. A luxurious experience you won’t want to miss. For more information, and to register for your luxurious stay at Lake Austin Spa and Resort, please follow the link below.
Mylène Dressler, PhD, is an award-winning novelist and creativity leader whose work has been praised by the New York Times as “splendid” and by the Christian Science Monitor as “perfect.” A former professional ballet dancer who wrote her first book while a doctoral student at Rice University, she is the critically-acclaimed author of The Medusa Tree, The Deadwood Beetle, The Floodmakers and the forthcoming Dark Then Bloom: An Intimate Guide to Creativity. Known affectionately as Dr. Em to her readers and fans, she specializes in creating moving events that leave her audiences, in the words of one participant, “captivated, energized, motivated and excited . . . She is a speaker who possesses grace, clarity, and offers genuine and effective advice." Her thoughtfully presented topics on creativity, inspiration, emotional wellness and healing, communications mastery and imaginative enterprise have delighted audiences, congregations, business groups and conference participants across the country. To learn more about her work, visit www.mylenedressler.com or www.DoctorEmSpeaks.com.
Causes Mylene Dressler Supports
The Women's Media Center