TIFFANY HAN
 

A 2-day event with Tiffany Han + Lacy Young!

July 13-14, 2019 (10am to 5pm both days, with a break for lunch)
Denver, Colorado
$585

 

Join Lacy and Tiffany for an in-person experience that will teach you how to let go of your shoulds, move beyond everyone else’s definitions of success, and step into the bigger life that’s waiting for you.

Because you know you’re meant for more.

We’ll teach you how to go get it.
And keep it.
And fall in love with everything in the process.

 
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WHY US:

We met on Instagram six years ago and have been on our own evolving spiritual and business journeys ever since.

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Tiffany Han is a writer, speaker, and coach who teaches smart, driven women how to raise their hands and say yes to all the things they want to do, be, and say without compromising their standards - or their sanity.

As the host of the Raise Your Hand Say Yes podcast (now in its fifth year with over 1.2 million downloads!), Tiffany is most interested in telling the truth about a life of chasing your dreams - tangles and all. With a penchant for keeping it real, her work focuses on how women can stop over-performing for the sake of the life that somebody else dictates for them and instead start saying yes to themselves.

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Lacy Young is a retreat leader and meditation facilitator and the founder of Shift Retreats.

Working with her involves a deep-dive into your emotional, physical, and spiritual well-being. The process is truthful, gentle and supportive. It gives you an opportunity to listen to your body, feel your feelings, find balance and realize a powerful sense of control. 


FAQs:

Will meals be provided? No, but the event will include a 2-hour lunch break, and there are many restaurants within walking distance to the event venue.

What airport should I fly into? Denver International Airport.

CANCELLATION/ REFUND POLICY

... IS VERY STRAIGHT FORWARD. YOUR WORKSHOP REGISTRATION IS NON-REFUNDABLE.

Lacy had a college professor (freshman Biology) once say that someone had purchased our pricey ticket to be in his class. He compared it to buying a ticket to see the Beatles perform at a sold out show saying that if we had that ticket we'd make damn sure we showed up for it. She’s never forgotten that though we think a ticket to Beyoncé is a better metaphor these days. You bought the ticket to the killer show now find a way to get yourself there no matter what. You'll be so glad you did.

All that said, should you not be able to attend, you can gift your spot to someone else. In case of a waitlist, we’ll attempt to sell your spot to someone on the waitlist.