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by | May 11, 2018


Members OnlyWant to boost company morale? Consider a private island.

Two years ago Kristina Roth was running a multi-million dollar consulting business. Now she’s the head of an exclusive community with one rule: no boys allowed.

Last year Roth bought an eight-acre private island about seventy five minutes from Finland. It now serves as headquarters for what she calls the SuperShe community—a network of women who need somewhere to go to revitalize their bodies and minds.

For about $7,200, members of the six-thousand-strong female tribe can head to the island for a much needed getaway. Available activities include kayaking, massage and yoga.

And here’s the best part: anyone can become a member of the SuperShe community, with the obvious exception. All you do is fill out the online form and tell Roth your story. And it had better be a good one. It’s a tough club to join and with only four retreats a year that means only one hundred and twenty of the six thousand members will score a ticket.

Now that’s an exclusive offer.

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