WHO WE ARE: Self-Care Sisters is a private Facebook community created with you in mind. It's a space of collective energy and positivity, it is safe and our goal is to support, promote, nurture, and cultivate the different ways we can practice meaningful self-care and lean on one another when needed. You are welcome (actually encouraged) to invite your female friends to join this group - individuals who would enjoy participating in a community of positivity, love, and kindness. The community is open to all races, ages, religions, and sexual orientations. We are committed to LOVE, acceptance, and safety.
Do you know someone that could use some support, a safe place, and a strong group of amazing ladies? It’s a tough time we need each other more than ever.
Here’s a little more about the co-founders: Marcy, Marla, Joan, and Tracey.
Marcy Cascio-Hale is a wife and mother based in southern Illinois. She is an attorney and entrepreneur, loves her family and her puppies. She is passionate about bringing positivity to the world and helping individuals grow their confidence through natural beauty. Self-care is important to her because it brings her back to gratitude, helping her focus on the joys in her life.
Marla Zack is a wife, mom, breast cancer survivor, and television industry veteran based in Southern California. She is passionate about ice cream and helping others. Marla has said that, “Ice cream is the perfect food and helping others feeds her soul.” Self-care is important to her because it allows her to be a better version of herself and allows her the ability to give more to others.
Joan Sherwood is married with 5 children (yours, mine and ours), 6 grandchildren and 2 cats living in southern Illinois. She is a yoga instructor and doTERRA wellness advocate educating and sharing self-care knowledge. Self-care is important to her because it brings this sometimes hectic life back into focus.
Tracey Yokas, M.S. is a wife and mom who creates stuff. When she isn’t writing, she can be found playing with paint, glitter, and glue. Tracey teaches creative art journaling and is working on her first book. Self-care is important to her because it’s the vehicle through which she meets a like-minded tribe and is becoming her most authentic self.
WHAT WE DO: Our time in the group will be spent cultivating a self-care spirit, sharing resources, and empowering others to be their best, most authentic selves. We want to embrace self-care as a state of mind rather than a to-do list item.
Self-Care Sisters is about sisterhood and it’s about community. You can find guidelines for posting and participating in the pinned announcement at the top of the Facebook group page, HERE.
More information on Self-Care Sisters LIVE events can be found below.