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Montage Well Living Weekend

2022 Practitioners, Healers and Experts

We welcome you to experience our first Well Living weekend of the year, A Joyful Reset. Wellness practitioners Charlotte Hardwick, Lindsay Bomstein and Katie White have partnered with us to present a women’s focused weekend of movement, art and connection. We know you will see and feel the magic in this collaboration and will leave wanting more opportunities for a sacred pause, a deep exhale while nourishing the mind, body and soul!

Charlotte Hardwick Well Living


Charlotte Hardwick has been teaching yoga and nutritional cooking classes for the past twenty years. She also leads wellness retreats in San Francisco, Maine, Blackberry Farm in Tennessee, Costa Rica, and Mexico. Charlotte offers a proven practice built upon her studies with some of the world’s top health and wellness experts with the Integrative Institute of Nutrition in New York. With over 600 hours of yoga training in teaching methodology, physiology, and philosophy. She shares authentically and from the heart and her classes are full of grace and ease around health both in the kitchen and on the yoga mat. She inspires her clients to slow down and begin where they are while encouraging them to find freedom and space in their bodies. She teaches her students to cultivate a deep awareness from a place of ease and softness. Her restorative and fluid approach to yoga is accessible and healing to everyone. At the heart of her work,  she hopes to help others find a sustainable, life-long yoga practice and healthy, easy habits in the kitchen.

You can visit flowandnourish.com to find out more about Charlotte’s upcoming events and programs.

Lindsay Bomstein Well Living


Writer and Creator of the Blog SitandSmile

Lindsay is the writer and creator of the blog sitandsmile which is dedicated to pondering the meaty, messy, meaningful, and sacred stuff. Having written in journals her whole life and after studying creativity and innovation during her graduate studies in spiritual psychology, she believes creative expression through art, dance, music, and writing to be hugely beneficial to our overall well-being.

In addition to creative journaling and mindfulness workshops, she also works as a personal life coach and facilitator of women’s groups and circles in Tampa where she lives with her husband, Josh, three kids, one dog, and one naughty but cute cat.

As an ongoing student of spirituality, positive psychology, creative expression, mindfulness, and human growth and development, her work is centered around matters of the soul and helping others find more meaning, authenticity, and peace in their lives. Her core belief is that there is always more right with us than wrong, and that we are much more than our diagnoses, flaws, and circumstances. “We are already whole and worthy of living a vibrant life imbued with peace, profound joy, connection, and deep meaning.” It is about moving away from the need to change and fix and moving towards the practice of acceptance and compassion.  And remembering that we are not human beings having a spiritual experience. We are spiritual beings having a human experience.” – By Pierre Tielhard de Chardin

katie white well living


Katie’s art is heavily inspired by nature. Each creation takes on its own life, much like nature does when it unfolds. Many of her pieces greet you with a soft, serene atmosphere evoking a peaceful emotion, while others pull you in with the bold colors, telling their own story.  She is drawn to the horizon line, the space where land or water meet the sky, a quiet pause at the end of the day as the sun sets, a deep exhale or a place to root yourself to the earth. It reminds her of how important it is to stay grounded in the world we live in today.

Katie received her BFA in Illustration from Washington University in St. Louis. She taught elementary art for many years and has been a professional artist for the past 5 years. In addition to Katie’s studio practice, she leads watercolor workshops and retreats. This work allows her to connect with women, teaching them to use the medium as a tool to ease anxiety. Katie’s painting practice is what grounds her daily. She loved sharing with others how to set intentions and being mindful with their own creativity.

Katie’s work has been shown in several galleries including Art House Charlotte (Charlotte, NC), The Scouted Studio (Charlotte, NC), Four Seasons Gallery (Homewood, AL), Sarah Gormley Gallery (Columbus, OH), Anne Irwin Fine Art (Atlanta, GA), and many local shops in Tampa, FL. She is self-represented directly from her studio and has sold some of her work in well-aligned national home decor stores such as Pottery Barn, William Sonoma Home and Ballard Designs, as well as HGTV. Most recently her work was selected in three juried shows. Clouds at Mize Gallery in St. Petersburg, FL. (Fall 2020), Orange at the Morean Art Center in St. Petersburg, FL (June 2021) and Small Works 2021 at Main Street Arts in Clifton Springs, NY (currently showing through December).