MAY 21-22, 2022

Women’s Retreat

Thank you for joining us!

HFM's 30th Annual Women's Retreat

 Saturday, May 21 – Sunday May 22, 2022

Hilton Garden Inn
14600 Sheldon Rd, Plymouth, MI 48170

Join us in-person or virtually for a weekend to acknowledge our individuality, support one another, share a journey of growth, and reflect on the beauty within each of us.

This event is free of cost. In-person attendance includes one overnight hotel stay, programming, and all meals. All women in Michigan’s bleeding disorders community, 18 & up, are welcome. Register as soon as possible. In-person attendance is limited to 30 people with an additional 20 virtual attendees.

Registration for in-person attendance has now closed.

Registration for virtual attendance has now closed. 

Agenda

SATURDAY:
9:30-10:30am Continental breakfast

10:30am-12:00pm Start Where You Are
Anne Henningfeld, MA, CTRS

12:00-12:20pm Stretch Break

1:00-2:00pm Lunch Buffet

1:30-2:30pm Coffee, Tea, and Dessert 

2:00-2:30pm Low impact activity

2:30-3:20pm Food and Fitness Basics  
Corbett Reinbold, RN, BSN, CCRC 
This session is sponsored by Novo Nordisk.  

3:30-5:00pm Finding Flow: Setting Ourselves Up for Optimal Leisure Experiences
Anne Henningfeld, MA, CTR

6:00-9:00pm Dinner 

SUNDAY:
9:00-10:00am Breakfast Buffet 

10:00-10:50amCoRe Conversation: The Power of Empowerment
Rebecca Gorde, MSW, BSN, RN, Community Relations and Education (CoRe) Manager, Sanofi
This session is sponsored by Sanofi.

11:00am-12:30pm Kintsugi: Repair and Care for Your Physical and Emotional World
Anne Henningfeld, MA, CTRS

12:30-1:30pm Lunch 

Special thanks to our sponsors who will be joining us and for helping make this weekend possible!

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Hemophilia Foundation of Michigan (HFM) does not endorse any specific product or company. 

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