About Unwrap the BEST You
We are so excited you found this page! Welcome to Unwrap the BEST You! There’s a reason you’re here and we can’t wait to go on this journey together.
Unwrap the BEST You was started by Tracy Stroderd, founder and CEO of EverythingBrevard.com. Her personal wellness journey — and recognizing how we women could be taking so much better care of ourselves — spawned an annual wellness retreat plus bi-monthly meet-ups so the connections and growth can continue. Beyond the events, we’ve created a community.
The quote from the movie “Hidden Figures” is true: “We go from being our fathers’ daughter to our husbands’ wives to our babies’ mothers.” But we are so much more that. We have to find our own voice, which is difficult to do when we’re busy taking care of everybody else.
Our second annual Unwrap the BEST You is a weekend of education, inspiration and motivation on diverse topics that will help feed all aspects of your life. The three-day event takes place each spring and features hands-on workshops, networking, storytelling, relaxation and more. And speaking of food, we serve healthy meals and snacks to make sure only high-octane fuel has you feeling amazing!
We created this unique gathering of women so that you can make meaningful connections and leave with life-changing takeaways. It’s also where you can reconnect with your inner self and uncover what it is that you need to thrive in this life while positively affecting everyone around you. Magnetism is powerful. When you put good things out into the world, people are drawn to you and want to mimic your successful behaviors.
Women who attend this event are looking for a community to support their challenges.
Great things grow when you nurture the relationship within yourself. Taking care of self allows us to speak and breath life into others. So, come join us as we serve empowerment for lunch, have interludes of inspiration and reveal how strong relationships with yourself, others and nature allow you to Unwrap the BEST You!
“Maybe the journey isn’t so much about becoming anything. Maybe it’s about unbecoming everything that isn’t really you, so you can be who you were meant to be in the first place.”