$150.00 USD

Wealthy & Well Woman Brunch

Join us Sunday, November 20th, 10am - 1 pm

Charity Event Series in Portland, Maine for women building wealth and wellbeing.

Connect, grow, and give back to your community.

Event Includes:

  • 10 am Mat Pilates Class by Kendra Logan
  • 11 am Brunch and Networking
  • 11:30 am Mindset in Business Workshop feat. Sarah Harmon
  • 12 pm Business Coaching with Kat Cynewski
  • 12:30 pm Intentional Networking with other incredible local, like-minded business owners
  • First come first serve chair massage by Elaina Wagner 



Kendra Surette is a certified Pilates instructor and has been practicing for over 6 years! She is a Boston native who relocated to Maine in 2021 with her partner and pup, Kida. You could say group fitness has always been her jam! She believes that the community and energy found in the studio is unmatched. Outside of class, you’ll find her exploring the outdoors hiking, skiing, and camping, binging the latest Netflix series, or sipping a vanilla latte by the lake.

Connect with her on Instagram: @kensslogan

Class bio:

Pilates sculpt is a full-body workout that pairs the intentional movements of Pilates with the high-intensity exercises of strength training. This class is designed to create lasting results while elevating your mind, body, and soul. Low on impact, high on vibes. Guaranteed to leave you sweating for more.

Sarah Harmon is a licensed mental health therapist, mindfulness teacher, wellness expert, and founder of The School of MOM (Mothering Oneself Mindfully) and the Postpartum Wellness Group. She’s also a mom to 2 girls - Libby (5) and Sage (4). She is passionate about supporting humans on their personal journeys of becoming more conscious and mindful parents, which starts with taking care of themselves.

Connect with her on Instagram: @the.schoolofmom

Kat Cynewski is a holistic business & leadership coach for soul-led women in business, coaches, creatives, and wellpreneurs, founder of Be Well Events, host of The Wealthy and Well Woman Podcast, and a 700hr certified yoga instructor/YACEP trainer. After getting a BA in Psychology and working in corporate sales/management she leaped into full-time freedom as a soul-led entrepreneur. Kat believes energy is your business superpower so doing what lights you up, fueling your body well, prioritizing movement, and nurturing yourself through self-care are just as important as systems and strategy—and you need both to thrive.

Connect with her on Instagram: @katcynewski

Elaina Wagner (BS, LMBT, E-RYT, NMT) is a New England native who grew up in coastal Maine on a small organic homestead. Her journey to healing and wellness began as a child through her connection to
consciousness, energy and living beings. After an accident and some health challenges, Elaina came to find yoga as a place of serenity and pain relief. She then trained to be a 500-hour registered yoga
teacher and went on to study Psychology. Upon graduating with honors, Elaina embarked on a mission to learn more about the human condition, and how to heal. She came across Thai Yoga Therapy and fell in love with the practice as she went on to receive 3 certifications and open Conscious Cure in 2015. The feedback was so great around Thai, that Elaina went on to become a Nationally Licensed Massage Therapist. Today, she offers massage, yoga, and integrative nutrition coaching to her community through her studio Conscious Cure, located in Cumberland Foreside, Maine.

She will be offering first come first serve chair massage at the event.

Find Elaina on Instagram @ConsciousCure.

The Yellow Tulip Projects Mission

We are a determined youth-driven movement tired of the silence surrounding mental illness — and we’re ready to move mountains to bring change and to remind folks that there is help and hope out there. We are tired of the deafening silence around this topic. We are tired of the stigma that keeps people from reaching out and getting the help they need. We are tired of suffering in silence and we are tired of losing our friends to suicide. We are ready to address the elephant in the room that no one wants to talk about, even though one in five people worldwide suffer from mental illness.

Our mission is to smash the stigma surrounding mental illness and to build a community of people who realize that hope happens when youth and community leaders work together. We hope that someday mental illness will be as normal to talk about as any physical illness, and are fiercely dedicated to making this goal a reality.