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November 6, 2017

Art, relaxation and camaraderie were on the agenda at the inaugural TIGER 21 Women’s Retreat in Santa Fe, New Mexico, which took place October 19th ‚Äì October 22nd.

‘It was a fantastic bonding experience, where Members got to know each other in a completely different setting,” says TIGER 21 CEO Barbara Goodstein. “The New Mexican landscape is just incredible and we were in awe of the natural beauty, the artists we met, and the Native American culture we got to be a part of.”

Above (L to R): The lobby of the Four Seasons, where the work oflocal artistsisdisplayed; TIGER 21 CEO Barbara Goodstein with Grammy Award Singer, Shelly Morningsong, and Fabian Fontenelle, Native Elder of the Zuni/Omaha Tribe; Georgia O’Keeffe Dinner at Eloisa with James Beard Award Winning Chef, John Sedlar; The Shiprock Gallery’s famous collection from the Navajo Trade Company.

Highlights included:

• An evening of art with local artist Rose B. Simpson, and Catherine Oppenheimer, co-founder of the National Dance Institute of New Mexico, an arts education program for children.

• Guided hikes with life coach and nationally recognized blogger, Leigh Weinraub, who explored the topics of unlocking individual potential and mindfulness.

• A visit to Ten Thousand Waves, a custom Japanese spa where members enjoyed spa services and a traditional Izakaya lunch at Izanami.

‚Ä¢ Exploring the city’s 80 galleries with artist Karla Winterowd, President of the Gallery’s on Canyon Road; taking a private tour theGeorgia O’Keeffe Museum; and a private viewing at Shiprock Gallery.

• Dinner with and performance by Grammy Winner and Native American musician, Shelly Morningsong.

• A finale dinner with James Beard Award Winning Chef John Sedlar.