Retirement Workshops For Groups

Make discoveries and progress on retirement challenges you face while working in groups and learning with and from others.

Why Workshop?

Jumping into retirement may feel rough for many people.

You may have questions around the physical, social, emotional, and psychological aspects of your beyond-midlife.

Are you 55+? You may be considering financial security as your main focus in retirement. Not so. It is the non-financial aspect that will determine if this important period of your life is meaningful or regretful.

And if the idea of even thinking about it makes you a tad nervous…

You are not alone

When you attend the retirement group workshop, you’ll be in a community of like-minded people. They’d give you, receive from you, and share with you all the help, so you can have a softer landing on this next leg of life’s journey.

Are you open to keep learning? And to stay involved in leading your life?

Join a Retirement Group Workshop to start the journey.

Contact me to learn more on how to set up a custom workshop for your company, community group, and family.*



(* All workshop are also available via Zoom Virtual Conferencing)

The most popular workshops

Laugh & Learn

About this playshop >>

(4 weekly sessions - 90 minutes each)

When life feels like using a blender without the lid, you’d want a restorative way to a nurturing self-care and a boost to your resilience. Something that fits easily into your daily life. Each Laugh & Learn session offers safe, simple, and powerful practices that unlock your smile muscles and stretch your learning and discovery.
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Now What?

About this visionshop >>

(90 minutes)

Transitioning to retirement demands fresh perspective on your life. In this session you’ll create a personal vision statement to help gain that perspective as you chart the course of your days and the choices you make about your beyond-midlife. Use your personal vision statement to build resilience and have more reasons to get up each morning.
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No Regrets Retirement

About this planshop >>

(90 minutes)

What does it mean to have 40 extra hours of free time in your week? Learn how to replace your work identity, stay socially connected, and keep physically and mentally sharp. Create a Retirement Wellness Plan, and surprise yourself with 3 revealing questions. Don’t be like so many people who start their first day of retirement with only a financial plan and nothing else.
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Advance Care Planning

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(90 minutes)

What if you became too ill to make decisions about your healthcare, who would you trust to speak on your behalf? In this participative workshop you’ll start the process of Reflect/Select/Communicate: Practice conversations that matter, select and document what matters, and learn to communicate it to those you trust.
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2 more ways to get started

Each retirement transition is one of a kind. Whether you want to continue to work, travel the world, pursue a new passion, or spend lots of time with your family and friends, you’d find something useful below.

Retirement Transition Coaching

Looking forward to your post-career life, but feeling stumped by the shift in your role?

Retirement Tools & Resources

Find useful resources and tools to help you chart the retirement you really want.

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