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Phyllis Braxton

October 28 - October 31

Join Miraval Arizona thought-leader, Phyllis Braxton who will guide you in discovering what barriers exist that inhibit productivity and will ensure all members of your community feel valued. Enjoy lectures, and a Q&A session with Phyllis that teaches you new content and skills lead you on a journey towards building a culture that is equitable and just for all.


Contact our Experience Planning team to add this exceptional immersion to your itinerary.

Enjoy $175 nightly resort credit, all meals, and unlimited outback hiking, mountain biking, fitness, yoga, meditation classes, challenge course activities, climbing wall, and more.


    All Packages Include:

    • Delicious and healthy gourmet meals served daily in our Cactus Flower Restaurant.
    • Complimentary daily wellness activities, lectures, yoga, meditation and fitness classes.
    • Luxurious, casita-inspired accommodations.
    • Unlimited fresh smoothies, tea, coffee, and freshly prepared grab ‘n go snacks served at Palm Court Cafe.
    • In-Room Dining & all non-alcoholic beverage service.
    • Stay four nights, receive the fifth night for free. *Restrictions Apply
    • $175 nightly resort credits to use toward spa services, private sessions, equine, and culinary experiences.
    • Complimentary shared shuttle airport transfers from Tucson International Airport.
    • Miraval is a non-tipping resort.

    Schedule of Events

    • Friday October, 29

      • 3:00 PM - 3:45 pm | Being Authentically You: 7 key steps to success 
    • Saturday October, 30

      • 2:00 PM - 2:45 pm | Facilitating Cultural Change
    • Sunday October, 31

      • 11:00 AM - 11:45 am | Lunch & Learn: Q&A with Phyllis Braxton

    Meet your Leaders

    • Phyllis Braxton, CEO & Founder of PINK consulting, LLC and Authentic Circle Member

      Phyllis Braxton-Frierson is the CEO and Founder of PINK Consulting, LLC and The PINK Brand, and a Miraval Authentic Circle Member. She has been in the DEI field for nearly 25 years. Phyllis was an adjunct professor teaching graduate-level courses in diversity, received her master’s degree all at the University of Minnesota, and earned her
      bachelor’s degree from Morris Brown College in Atlanta, Ga.