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Learn from an amazing network of women. Share stories. Thrive together. Lift each other up. Live life as an adventure.

From our Amazing Women Series to reading more about what adventure-based learning really is, we hope you find inspiration, suggestions, and validation here. This community is collectively strong in our sharing of experiences and supporting each other in stepping out of our comfort zones and into intentional interactions with the world around us.

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Sharing our stories validates our experiences, values our knowledge, and helps us grow in wisdom. Be vulnerable while recognizing the strength in your story. Share your “Amazing Women” story.

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Custom Retreats

From luxury getaways to economical options with a variety of activities and experiences to choose from, let us help you plan your next custom group retreat. Our custom retreats help you experience new adventures, explore new perspectives of who you are, and we create transformational opportunities for you to grow. Our experts utilize adventure-based learning,Continue reading “Custom Retreats”

10 Gifts for the Boss That Don’t Suck

In searching for gifts for my badd ass boss lady friends…I found myself appalled at some of the sexist, boring, and absolutely uninspiring “Gifts for the Boss” recommendations in magazines, blog posts, and Google searches. NO MORE CANDLES! I mean, we love candles but we get those all the time and busy boss ladies alreadyContinue reading “10 Gifts for the Boss That Don’t Suck”

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Why Adventure-Based Learning?

Our Foundation is Adventure-Based Learning At Roam Your Soul, we have built communities of caring experts and a space for women to cultivate their strengths using adventure-based learning strategies. Adventure-based activities are highly effective in supporting social-emotional learning, independence, self-understanding, relationship building, perseverance, leadership, and calculated decision-making (Orson, et al, 2020). This experience returns participantsContinue reading “Why Adventure-Based Learning?”

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