- Created: Monday, 04 January 2016 16:08
- Written by Kelley Lewis
GIRLS POWER CAMP
Strong Bodies. Powerful Minds.
We are very excited to announce the addition of an all-girls camp this Summer!
The camp will take the form of a weekend power retreat led by Kelley and an all-female ELITEAM staff. This program will remain true to ELITEAM's commitment to Sports Physiology, Psychology and Nutrition. However, multiple daily workshops will be added to teach life skills aimed at helping these young girls navigate the challenges of their sport and daily lives with a feeling of confidence and empowerment.
The camp will include "Power Hour" workshops designed to enhance clarity, inspire growth and promote a positive mindset. Sample topics include mental awareness, communication skills, positive self-talk, stress management, women's nutrition, positive body image & social media literacy, goal setting and adaptability.
Ultimately, the goal is to provide a focused path forward in which the girls can more easily tap into their inner strength and confidence, and are inspired to push their limits with a strong body and powerful mind.
Following an empowering camp experience, we intend to keep the positive momentum going. After camp is over, we'll provide a year long follow-up program to include weekly texts and monthly tasks. (The follow-up program is optional, at no additional cost.) The monthly activities will be quick and easy to complete, but will be designed as a review and continuation of their positive work done at camp. If your daughter has a phone, she can also opt to receive weekly texts with inspiring quotes and friendly reminders. Kelley and the Girls Power Camp coaches will check-in with the girls along the way. The goal of this program is to help support a positive mindset throughout the year and serve as a reminder that your daughter has the encouragement and support of the ELITEAM Girls Power Team behind her all year long!
DATES: August 5-7
LOCATION: Burke Mtn Academy- East Burke, VT
AGES: 11-14 yrs old
(Space is limited to 30 athletes.)