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5PM Time Shift Film Screening with Oasis Garden Lounge for Working Moms
June 24 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm15$ - 20$
Here is the link to Time Shift Film Screening’s (TSFS) web page which has a general sense of what RSD is all about and below is the schedule for the screening coming up on Saturday, June 24.
Welcome to a Time Shift Screening Dedicated to…
WORKING MOTHERS who might feel a bit LOST IN LIVING
This will be a very special evening dedicated to mothers who are employed full time (including being a MOM FULL TIME!) and our constant challenges with expressing creatively the visions and passions of the heart. C2E’s Villa will open it’s oasis backyard wonderland (among many other descriptions by our visitors) at 5pm and invites you to come and lounge, explore, relax and unwind at your leisure. In addition to Film Director’s Mary Trunk generous visit in person, we will have the honor to have Legacy Builder, Sarah Gibbons hold space with us with nurturing dialogue and inspiring conversation during our panel at the end of the movie.
Schedule for Saturday, June 24
5pm – 6:30pm Arrival, Meet & Greet with options to…
– Swim or Float in the warm pool (we have floating equipment for a Blissful RESETing experience)
– Play with Mayra McCullough with her suspension yoga OMGym in her Geodesic Dome
– Journal or read in our tree house
– Picnic out by the pool’s lawn (Picnic Baskets welcome!)
6:30pm – 6:45pm Gather in Screening Area
Mayra McCullough introduces film and why it was selected for this Time Shift Film Screening. Mayra will also introduce Mary Trunk and Sarah Gibbons, indicating that after the movie we will have a Q&A Panel with them.
7:00pm – 8:50pm Screening: Lost In Living (110 minutes)
8:50pm – 9:20pm Live Q&A Panel with film’s director Mary Trunk and Women Legacy Builder Sarah Gibbons
9:20pm – 9:30pm Closing remarks by Sarah Gibbons
9:30pm – 10:00pm Raffle with Mayra McCullough & Community building meet and greet!
Synopsis of Lost In Living
Behind the domestic curtain of motherhood, where the creative impulse can flourish or languish, are four women determined to make a go of it. Filmed over seven years, Lost In Living, confronts the contradictions inherent in personal ambition and self-sacrifice,female friendship and mental isolation, big projects and dirty dishes. The complex realities of family life unfold in this documentary film about the messy intersection of motherhood and artistic expression.
About Lost in Living’s Director Mary Trunk
Mary Trunk started as a painter, became a dancer and choreographer and has been making films for almost 20 years. Her first feature length film The Watershed screened at over 30 film festivals worldwide and won numerous Best Documentary Awards. She spent seven years filming four mother/artists for her most recently completed third documentary feature Lost In Living. The film focuses on the tricky balance of family life and artistic expression. Her newest documentary project, Muscle Memory, is a personal memoir about dance, the power of memory and the intersection of what a mind remembers and what a body feels. Mary teaches film and video at Mount Saint Mary’s University, Art Center College of Design and Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles, CA.
About Legacy Builder for Working Mom’s Sarah Gibbons
Sarah Gibbons is a legacy builder. She believes that feeling fulfilled is a result of marrying inner-purpose and outer-expression. A high-achiever herself, Sarah helps ambitious, driven women experience their truth and express it authentically in order to create unique, dynamic, and fulfilling lives.
Through the lens of legacy, Sarah’s clients get present to what is most important, shed what is not, and fuel themselves forward into what they want to create and experience in their lives.
After more than a decade of pioneering the tech-business economy in both North America and Europe for companies such as Amazon, IMDb, and Fox Interactive Media, Sarah recognized that she was hungry for a different kind of fulfillment. It was the kind of shift that would require an audacious move. She returned to the US from London, enrolled in a Master’s program in Spiritual Psychology, and had her 3rd child to boot!
Sarah is a wife, a mother of three young boys, and a philanthropist. She runs a global coaching practice, consults for businesses, and is an in demand inspirational speaker.
Sarah’s professional legacy is defined by helping ambitious women experience their full expression and trail blaze their own unique path of purpose and fulfillment. As a Mom, she hopes to leave her children with a sense of compassion, spontaneity, and the ability to be present over the pressure to be perfect. She challenges you to ask yourself, “What’s your legacy?”
Our Intentions for this event:
What we’ll provide: Lot’s of Conscious Entertainment!
Some healthy snacks (feel free to bring a Picnic Dinner for the 5-6pm portion or have dinner before)
Documentary, Lost in Living (110 mins)
A little entertainment, a little education, and great conversation!
What to bring: Comfy gear!
Wear comfortable clothing with layers for weather adjustment
Low beach chair IF you have one
Mosquito protection please
Picnic Baskets welcomed
100% of all proceeds from this event is going towards scholarships for Summer Programs for Regenerative Living.
SO THANKFUL TO MARY & SARAH FOR THEIR GENEROUS CONTRIBUTION OF THEIR TIME, GIFTS, AND TALENTS TOWARDS THIS FUNDRAISER EDUCATIONAL EVENT.
$15 – Check (mailed) or Cash (drop off)
Coach2Edify Foundation: 23231 Gonzales Dr., Woodland Hills, CA 91367
$18 – Via Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org
$20 – Walk Ins