Radiating strength, instilling confidence and empowering change

World Muse inspires women to create positive social change from within. Their mission is to connect women to their own sense of purpose as well as to each other, and to provide the tools and support they need to create positive change in their lives, in their communities, and in our world.

Each March, Muse Conference brings together an amazing array of visionaries, artists, global thought leaders, and every-day activists into Bend.

This year was no different.

Conferencegoers this March heard from an 11-year-old journalist in Palestine, a 96-year-old activist who is still going strong as well as an array of front-line activists, artists, teachers, athletes and student leaders.

While Muse Conference 2019 is still in the planning stages, the Muse movement offers plenty of opportunities for inspiration and empowerment throughout the year.

Muse Camp 2018, is Aug. 24-26 at Blue Lake near Sisters. A three-day women’s retreat devoted to inspiring positive change in personal lives, in communities, and in the world, Muse Camp offer workshops, talks, and community building opportunities to provide women and girls with the inspiration and support necessary to start creating change from the inside out. Yoga, creativity, community, the call to service, and the beauty of the great outdoors are all utilized to tap into attendees’ inner awesome.

Muse also offers a four-day summer camp for teenagers girls between the ages of 10 and 16.

The 2018 Teen Muse Summer Camp is July 9-12. Teen Muse Summer Camp offers a fun summer camp setting that empowers and encourages girls to find their voices, move their bodies, and make a difference in themselves as well as the world around them. Activities include learning to paddle board and to “go with the flow,” which sets the stage for finding the fun in uncomfortable or new situations. Being able to continue “paddling upstream” gives teens the confidence to stay course and follow their dreams and goals, even when the going gets tough.

For more information on World Muse, go to theworldmuse.org and follow World Muse on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Vimeo.