Women as Leaders | Zuza Engler | Moving with Life

Women as Leaders: Purpose, Passion, Play



a weeklong women's retreat to explore embodied leadership
with Zuza Engler and Romana Tripolt
open to any woman willing to live out loud


The lovely Seminar Hotel Hirschwang
in Reichenau an der Rax, near Vienna, Austria


$800 early | $925 after August 25


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How do you—a thoughtful, passionate and sincere woman—step into your true strength and claim your power as the leader that you are?

What if true leadership demands your authenticity, not your conformity? How do you identify the unique gift only you can bring to the world? How do you find your own way to lead—as an entrepreneuse, teacher, healer, community maker or home maker?

If you have been leading—in business, healing arts, in your neighborhood, or at home—how do you develop, celebrate, and refine your art? How do you deal with failure, maintain both courage and humility, keep your faith alive? How do you rest?

In this circle of women we co-create a safe space to feel deeply into these dilemmas, to dance furiously, draw, speak, sit in silence, and relax into the beauty inside and out. We develop and expand embodied leadership skills through conscious dance practices of 5Rhythms, Soul Motion and Open Floor. We deepen through group explorations and individual process work within the group informed by Gestalt Awareness Practice, psychodrama and trauma work.

We practice deep listening, alignment with the creative process, and radical embodiment that includes nature as an inspiration for healthy living. We help each other ask good questions that bring our attention and intention to what matters to us most, and find our very own way to embodied, passionate, playful leadership.

Open to any woman willing to take the risk of living out loud.

This work feeds me in ways I have yet to imagine. I am experiencing a feeling of sharing, knowledge, strength, openness, vulnerability and connectedness to my own self within the infinite. I really appreciate all Zuza does; her willingness to delve into such inquiry is rich.

Kenny Reardon