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Maple Grove Hot Springs

Business Decelerator - Be Well Workshop

Slow down. Gain clarity. Rejuvenate. Join us for an immersive 1-day workshop designed for mission-driven leaders, makers, small business owners, and entrepreneurs looking to build a wellness toolkit and integrate resilience-building strategies into their lives and businesses.

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Business Decelerator - Be Well Workshop
Business Decelerator - Be Well Workshop

Time & Location

Jan 27, 2023, 9:00 AM – Jan 28, 2023, 9:00 PM

Maple Grove Hot Springs, Maple Grove Hot Springs, Idaho 83283, USA

About the Event

January represents a new beginning; a moment for contemplation, and an opportunity to hone your vision and intentions for the year ahead. The Decelerator offers business owners and entrepreneurs the rare opportunity to slow down and experience the space needed to think expansively.

Participants will have personal time to relax and enjoy the hot springs alongside facilitated workshops focused on combating burnout, building a healthy culture, and cultivating strategies for resilience. You’ll have ample space for writing and conversation and leave with a strategic roadmap, mental health and wellness resources, a peer network of fellow business leaders, plus refined tools for flourishing in the year ahead.

While technology, acceleration, and fast-paced decision making are important to operating a business, we believe that there is both pleasure and potency in slowness; in remembering to relax into the pace and rhythm of the natural world; and to do it interdependently with other curious, thoughtful creators. The land and waters of Maple Grove will provide a sanctuary for participants who may be experiencing burnout or crisis fatigue, and offers a respite from the frantic pace and pressures often required of business leaders and entrepreneurs. 

What you'll leave with:

  • Specific skills and practices for combating burnout through nervous system regulation
  • A strategic roadmap for where to place time and energy with clarity and precision
  • A process for creating, evaluating, and implementing an organizational mission statement
  • A toolset of resources, relationships, and frameworks for traditional and non-traditional project financing
  • A peer community of  psychosocial support and new resources
  • A rejuvenated body + mind 

Space is limited and ticket options include day-of only and one or two-night packages. Lunch, snacks, and dinner provided on Jan 27th. 

Friday Jan 27th- Workshop Day 9am  - 9pm

  • 9am - Arrival & soak
  • 10am - Welcome circle + resource mapping
  • 11am - Movement as Medicine: Regulating the nervous system
  • 12pm - Lunch + community problem/solution mapping
  • 1pm - Cultivating a mission-driven business & customer community with culture
  • 2pm - Mindfulness Meditation 
  • 3pm - Build your Strategic Roadmap: MOKR workshop
  • 4:30pm - Poolside conversation + networking
  • 7pm - Breathwork/Integration Circle + dinner
  • 8pm - soak

Saturday Jan 28th- optional poolside panel 1 pm

  • 1 PM - Curious Conversations - A Community-based Capital Story with Maple Grove Founder, Jordan Menzel

Optional One and Two Night Packages

A select number of one and two-night stays are available. 

Two night - Thursday, Jan 26 - Saturday Jan 28

One night - Friday Jan 27 - Saturday Jan 28

Explore ticket options for day off and nightly package tickets. 

About the hosts:

Jordan Menzel and Jainee Dial are partners in life and share a love for creative problem-solving and community-centered business.

Jordan is the founding partner and General Manager of Maple Grove. He likes spending time with people who are working to improve the living conditions within communities, both at home and abroad. He’s  spent the last 4 years transforming the historic 45-acre hot spring into a thriving wilderness retreat center. He has a background in international development, politics, and business policy and he’s serially scheming on start-ups, spacial design, and community projects. He’s  the former Director of Corporate & Community Impact at CHOICE Humanitarian, and Co-Founder & President at tech startup, CrowdHall. He has worked as an assistant to Secretary of State, Madeleine Albright, at the UN Environment Programme, and at the US Institute of Peace. He holds a BA from the University of Utah, and a Masters in Foreign Policy, International Development, and Business Policy from Georgetown University.

Jainee loves taking unformed or complex ideas and transforming them into compelling brands, effective campaigns, and captivating stories. She holds a BS in Digital Media Production from the Art Institute of Portland and has worked extensively as a communications strategist and entrepreneur bringing three businesses and two non-profits to life. She’s been featured in Outside Magazine, Forbes, and Adventure Journal and is the co-founder of Wylder, the first female-founded benefit corporation in the state of Utah. She’s drawn to the power of storytelling in impact strategy and coalition-building at the intersection of culture, creativity, and climate. Jainee is always seeking innovative ways to amplify and build organizations tackling inequity, sustainability, and regenerative enterprise.

Sarah Betts is an award-winning yoga teacher and the co-founder of Seek Studio, a functional movement and training studio in Salt Lake City. She holds a  Masters degree in Holistic Nutrition and brings over two decades of expertise in functional movement, food policy, and holistic wellness practices. Through Seek, Sarah has built a thriving community that's inclusive and uplifting. She’s known as a masterful, caring teacher and has dedicated her career to cultivating classes and experiences that elevate the overall health and vibrance of her students and community.

How to prepare:

Digest and reflect on your key challenges personally and professionally as well as take stock of your mission, purpose, core values, and intentions for the upcoming year. What is working? What is not? What do you desire? How are your current health and wellness tools working or not? And what resources might you contribute to the community?

What to bring:

swimsuit, towel, warm clothes, journal + pens, comfy clothes

Optional:

blanket, gloves, hat, water shoes, preferred snacks 

Reservations

  • Participant - Day Only

    This ticket includes your access to the facilities from 9 AM until 9 PM, including meals, soaking, and workshop.

    $225.00
    Tax: +$13.50 Sales
  • 1 Night Stone Package for 1

    This package includes a one-night stay on Friday in a Stone Shelter furnished with two full beds. Along with attendance for 2 in all workshop activities, including lunch and dinner on Friday. A two-night stay is possible upon request. Additional participants can be added with a Day Only Pass.

    $445.00
    Tax: +$26.70 Sales
    Sold Out
  • 2 Night Yurt Package for 1

    This package includes a two-night stay in a Yurt from Thurs - Sat. Along with attendance for 1 in all workshop activities, including lunch and dinner on Friday. An additional participant can be added with a Day Only Pass.

    $585.00
    Tax: +$35.10 Sales
    Sold Out
  • 2 Night Cabin Package for 2

    This package includes a two-night stay in the Pine Cabin furnished with two full beds from Thurs-Sat. Along with attendance for 2 in all workshop activities, including lunch and dinner on Friday.

    $800.00
    Tax: +$48.00 Sales
    Sold Out
  • 2 Night Stone Package for 2

    This package includes a two-night stay in the Basalt Stone Shelter furnished with two full beds from Thurs - Sat. Along with attendance for 2 in all workshop activities, including lunch and dinner on Friday.

    $820.00
    Tax: +$49.20 Sales
    Sold Out

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