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Women Of The Summit April Lunch & Learn

Updated: Apr 14

Women of the Summit is a non-profit dedicated to establishing, promoting and helping our community of Summit County women thrive in business and life.


Join us Thursday April 21 at Thrive Yoga Summit for lunch, community and meet our sponsors : Mia Tarduno and Heather Beckman from Colorado Marketplace & Bakery Connect with other local women to learn and share.


About Mia and Thrive Summit Yoga

Mia’s mission is to create gathering spaces for others to share knowledge, express themselves, and be supported. Her yoga classes aim to reconnect people with their natural states of being to restore balance in their health, lifestyle, work, and relationships.


She is a 500hr Registered Yoga Instructor, Certified Trauma Informed Yoga Teacher, Registered Restorative Yoga Instructor, and Certified Professional Life Coach. She specializes specifically in yoga for women’s health and cyclical living in her business Move Create Radiate. Her classes and offerings blend the tools of yoga, ancient wisdom, breath work, rituals, somatic movement, and exploring vulnerable moments and conversations to help heal and nourish the soul.



This event is catered by Colorado Marketplace and Bakery

**Fresh fruit plate with strawberry mascarpone dip. **Fresh veggie plate with roasted red hummus and olive hummus. **Selection of sliders: house made garlic and basil slider sandwich rolls *"Cookie plate-- Selection of fresh baked cookies.

About Heather Beckman and Colorado Marketplace and Bakery

Heather's roots start in Wisconsin. Working in restaurants and earning a culinary arts degree, Heather and her newlywed spouse, Ian, though caution to the wind and moved to Greece to explore and eat.


After years of traveling and working abroad, the Beckman's settled in Fort Collins to start a family and partner with a local iconic diner in Old Town, FC, Co. After years of success in full service and with the mountains calling, the family moved to summit county.


Colorado Marketplace and Bakery has something for everyone, morning, noon, and night. From fresh baked breads and cinnamon rolls, to fresh salads and sandwiches on house made bread, to that final treat to curb your sweet tooth, you can grab and go or hang in the huge food hall. We create specialty cakes, offer catering, and have lots of options for allergies and diet restrictions.



All proceeds of this event goes towards the Women of The Summit local scholarship fund



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