For many women, riding is much more than a hobby. It#8217;s a form of relaxation, a time for reflection#8212;some might even call it a spiritual experience. This July, one company is offering women riders the opportunity to explore the dynamic, fluid role riding plays in their lives.
The Women#8217;s Leadership Retreat, sponsored by Trillium Motorcycle Tours and Events, is a unique event designed specifically for women motorcycle riders. The three-day retreat#8212;scheduled for July 14-17 in Temagami, Ontario, about 4.5 hours north of Toronto#8212;promises to be an enriching experience for women looking to explore the synergy between riding, leadership and empowerment.
The retreat will pair riding with facilitated group activities and unstructured solitary time. The ultimate goal of the weekend, according to Trillium, is to heighten self-awareness, awaken inherent strengths, and allow participants to apply these strengths toward personal transformation.
#8220;Riding a motorcycle proficiently builds confidence, courage, flexibility, an ability to manage risk, and a sense of adventure,#8221; said Liz Jansen, president of Trillium and a seasoned rider herself.
Often we are oblivious to the role riding has played in developing personal power and leadership skills. Taking time to step back from the voices and needs of others allows us to realize our strengths and apply them to other areas of our lives. While the focus is on understanding ourselves better, we will discover how the relationship with our bikes enhances this.#8221;
Founded in 2003, Trillium Motorcycle Tours and Events seeks to create motorcycle experiences that instill a sense of adventure, freedom and community while traveling the transformative road to personal and professional leadership.For more information, contact Liz Jansen at firstname.lastname@example.org, call 519.943.1131 or visit TrilliumTours.com.