Entrepreneurs have to leverage creativity to solve problems and alleviate business pain points.

Yet, how often do you actually nourish it with hands-on activities and conversation? How often do you get away from your laptop and devices during working hours? How cool would it be to make something with your own hands?

Join Kara Snyder of vital corps for a digital detox over crafting and conversation.

At the start, Kara will introduce us to a few of the mind-body benefits of simple repetitive crafts and share how she’s using upcycled envelopes to collect 33,000 handwritten task lists from women around the globe.

And, of course, there will be lots of time for hands-on craftworking (crafting + coworking + networking).

As women make their own handmade envelopes, everyone will have the opportunity to introduce herself, chat and connect with the intention of generating some accelerated serendipity.

Kara will bring all the necessary materials. So, step back from your desk and join us. You’ll leave feeling energized and inspired with a handcrafted item made by you!


$20 / free for BEAHIVE members
includes materials and coffee/tea

Limited to 8 women. Register below.


Kara is the Owner/Strategist over at vital corps, a health + lifestyle studio located at the 3-way intersection of functional health, self-care and strategic action. Kara’s not your run-of-the-mill wellness coach, though. Sure, she’s got the classroom and professional creds that many health coaches have but she’s also got an arsenal of bad-assery stemming from her experience in the boardroom, kitchen, and personal experience with the effects of chronic stress — namely Irritable Bowel Syndrome.

Serving frazzled, Type-A women since 2009, Kara deconstructs the broken processes in her clients’ lives, investigates why they might feel not-so-great, and co-creates actionable steps towards a healthier life — a life spiked with passion and slathered with joy. Additionally, she’s the host of Le vital corps Salon podcast and creator of the 33K Task List Project. Her work has been featured in Prevention, the Wall Street Journal and Fortune, among others.

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Tue, Jul 25, 2017

12:00 PM – 1:30 PM

291 Main Street, Beacon, NY

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