We dare...

…to care, but only about the relevant things in life.

Our retreats are run by two facilitators who are holding the energy together.
Kathrin Dahm

I am Kathrin Dahm and I live where others go on holiday, in the beautiful alpine upland in the very south of Germany. My passion is being outside connecting to nature. Staying healthy and balanced is important to me. I draw on the fundamental and healing energy of nature, meditation and yoga in my work with my clients. I am a certified yoga teacher (Vinyasa flow), a facilitator of wilderness trails, a facilitator of leadership development and transformation, as well as a leadership consultant and coach for clients world-wide (see also www.kathrin-dahm.com).

Before becoming a coach and facilitator I worked for 18 years in the aerospace and automotive industry and held leading roles in HR change and transformation management, leadership training and development, and organisational and personnel development.

Upcoming retreats with Kathrin Dahm:

SHE-Treat
September 18–20, 2020

Thy-Diep (Yip) Ta

I am Yip, daughter to Vietnamese boat refugees, born and raised in Germany. My passion is to co-create immersive learning & meditation experiences through integrated activation of body, mind, heart, hands and voice.

I am a certified Mindfulness Trainer from Search Inside Yourself Leadership Institute and have trained in Traditional and Dynamic Thai Massage. I love to write poetry and have recently published my book “Beautiful Brains Change tomorrow… today” as a mindfulness manifesto and guide into listening to your inner voice and I founded the Mindful Entrepreneurship Conference as a platform to cultivate a community of mindful change-makers.

Previously, I have worked as a project lead in the management consulting firm McKinsey & Co., where I helped C-level executive and their teams design and implement organizational transformation programs. I am an advisor to several startup companies and investment firms.

Upcoming retreats with Thy-Diep (Yip) Ta:

SHE-Treat
September 18–20, 2020