Important Information for Your Upcoming COR Woman Workshop
Welcome to the logistics page for your upcoming COR workshop! This page includes all the information you will need to prepare for your time with us, including:
◇ Important Dates & Times
◇ Travel Information
◇ What to Bring
◇ Logistics FAQs & Contact Information
Please take a few minutes to look over all the information, and bookmark this page for your reference.
COMPLETE YOUR QUESTIONNAIRE
Please note everyone, no matter what their current vaccine status, will be required to show proof of negative Covid-19 test.
Click on the below button to review our full COVID-19 Protocols.
◇ Please plan to arrive at 5pm on Thursday, March 10 and to stay on site until we complete at 2pm on Sunday, March 13. Please do not arrive before 4:30pm as we will not be able to accomodate early arrivals.
◇ With the deep inner work you will be doing, it is very important to arrive at the workshop sober. You’ll also be asked to abstain from all substances for the duration of the workshop.
◇ We request that you turn off your cell phone for the duration of the retreat, to limit distractions and give you the maximum benefit of the experience. Please give loved ones our Event Manager’s phone number in case of an emergency:
Jolene Miller – (720) 352-7608
La Foret Conference & Retreat Center
6145 Shoup Road, Colorado Springs, CO 80908
Phone: (719) 795-2743
◇ When you arrive, please go to Indian Paintbrush at La Foret Conference and Retreat Center to register with a member of the COR staff.
◇ We ask that you arrive at 5pm MST for registration. Please do not arrive before 4:30pm MST as we will not be able to accommodate early arrivals.
◇ After you register, we will give you further instructions for settling in. Dinner will be at 5:30pm MST, and we will begin the workshop promptly at 6:30pm MST.
◇ If you have not arrived at the workshop by 6:30pm MST, you will forfeit your participation in the entire workshop, and not receive a refund or transfer.
◇ You must stay on site for the entire workshop- until departure- or your workshop will not be considered complete, which will affect your ability to staff or participate in future workshops.
◇ In case you get lost, please call our Event Manager Jolene Miller at 720-352-7608.
WHAT TO BRING
◇ Loose comforting clothes, for 3.5 days
◇ Layers for extremely cold weather
◇ Yoga or workout clothes
◇ Warm socks or cozy house slippers
◇ Walking or hiking shoes and slip-on sandals
◇ Shoe clamp-ons for snow or ice (if you own one)
◇ An umbrella and/or rain gear in case of weather
◇ Extra blankets and/or Therma-Rest mattress topper
◇ A wrist watch
◇ A journal and a pen
◇ A large, covered water bottle
◇ A covered travel mug for tea service
◇ Any supplements, or special dietary items you may need
◇ Toiletry items, including shampoo, conditioner, body wash, make up, jewelry
◇ An alarm clock
◇ A flashlight or headlamp with working batteries
◇ Please also bring a special outfit with you in which you feel fabulous, alive, vibrant, and/or beautiful. You can also bring any special jewelry or accents for this outfit. It’s good to note that you do want to be comfortable in this outfit–you’ll be sitting and moving around while wearing it.
Integrating your workshop experience into your everyday life is a big part of the transformative process.
To support your process, we invite you to participate in our COR Woman Integration Program. This program is included in the price of your workshop, and consists of weekly 75 minute video/conference calls for 4 weeks following your workshop.
Please arrange your schedule so you can be on the calls; if you cannot make it, we will email you a recording.
Dates – Thursdays: 3/17, 3/24, 3/31, and 4/7
Time: 6:30pm – 8:00pm MT
Please note: 3/17 is the COR Community Connection event.
The COR Community Connection event is an opportunity for you to invite your loved ones, your friends, family members and/or coworkers to join you and your workshop facilitator(s) to celebrate your graduation from COR Woman, and experience what you received during your time with us. This will give your loved ones a chance to get a glimpse into your world on the other side of your Rite of Passage. Please invite your loved ones to register here.
Many of the answers can be found on this page, but in case you can’t find what you’re looking for, contact our Client Care Specialist with any questions or concerns:
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
What are the accommodations like at the workshop?
We handpick our venue sites for comfort, accessibility, and a concentration on the natural beauty around us. Each site is different, but all feature stunning locations with comfortable accommodations for each participant. Most rooms are shared with one or two other participants. We put a lot of thought and effort into making sure each participant is comfortable and well-resourced, asking for sleeping preferences before the workshop. An on-site event manager is there to see to any concerns that come up.
What is the food like at the workshop?
We have an on-site chef present to cook healthy meals for all participants. We ask for any food allergies or restrictions in the questionnaire, and we can accommodate most needs, including dairy-free, gluten-free and vegetarian. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions or concerns, and we will do all that we can to accommodate those needs. In the rare case that we are not able to, we’ll make sure to communicate that beforehand and provide space for you in the refrigerators on site.
can i do this workshop with a friend or relative?
Yes absolutely! Many people choose to complete their workshop with a close friend or family member present, and it’s a very bonding experience. We encourage you to invite anyone who you are close to, and who might also benefit from the weekend.
What if i can’t get there in time, or have to leave early?
Each process of the weekend is incredibly important. It’s key that you be on site before the workshop starts at 7pm, and that you are able to stay until the very end. Please plan accordingly when booking your travel. We cannot accommodate late arrivals or early departures.