Off the coast of the\u00a0Baltic Sea\u00a0in the Raseborg region of\u00a0Finland, there is a woman only island that serves as the headquarters for the female enclave of SuperShes.\u00a0\r\nThe SuperShe community\u2019s founder, Kristina Roth, bought the 8.47 acre island entirely out of pocket in September 2017 to give her women\u2019s network a home base.\r\nMembers of the 6,000 strong female tribe will congregate on the property during the season for retreats costing up to $7,250 (\u00a35,356) that are replete with activities that strengthen the body, mind and soul such as kayaking, breathing exercises, nutritional foods, massages and sisterhood will be at the forefront of every island affair.\r\nThink Themyscira \u2013 the island in\u00a0Wonder Woman\u00a0\u2013 but with\u00a0yoga matsand smoothie bowls.\u00a0\r\nIn 2015, Ms Roth\u2019s consulting business, Matisia Consultants, landed the number seven spot on Forbes\u2019 fastest growing women owned businesses list. The company\u2019s revenue at the time was at $45m. She sold it a year later and launched SuperShe.\r\nMs Roth did not launch it as a business (not one dollar in revenue has been made yet since its inception), but as a blog platform to build content and spotlight interesting women. It eventually blossomed into a networking community and now, an island settlement.\r\nThe community has held four retreats before the island was purchased, which have operated much like how Ms Roth hopes her island retreats will. There have been two in\u00a0Hawaii, one in\u00a0Turks and Caicos, which is the most recent event and one coed gathering last June on\u00a0Richard Branson\u2019sNecker Island, attended and co-hosted by the Virgin founder himself.\u00a0\r\nThe SuperShe community, Ms Roth said, is comprised of financially and emotionally independent women that strive to be the best version of themselves. The application to become a SuperShe is fairly simple: the form listed online contains five mandatory fields to fill out, but Ms Roth said the most important part is telling her your story.\r\n\u201cWhen women write their story and it\u2019s in sync and resonates with the SuperShe DNA, then it\u2019s a go,\u201d Ms Roth said.\r\nEvery woman in attendance at SuperShe retreats thus far and those that will attend the island retreats, went through a vetting process and was handpicked by Ms Roth herself. This exclusivity has spelled heavy criticism for SuperShe, with some accusing the community of being an elitist and privileged colony, designed specifically for affluent women, that excludes men and discriminates against the LGBTQ community.\r\nMs Roth said, however, that anyone who identifies as a woman is welcome to apply.\u00a0\r\n\u201cThe island is elite, not everyone can buy an island, but the island is really just the tip of the iceberg,\u201d Ms Roth said. \u201cThere\u2019s definitely so much more to SuperShe and what I would like to accomplish with it.\u201d\r\nThe season extends for 12 weeks starting in June and the island\u2019s four cabins can house a maximum of 10 women at any given time. Meaning that only 120 of the 6,000 existing SuperShes can attend the island\u2019s one week long retreats for the upcoming season.\r\nThere are three pricing packages for a spot on the island, ranging from $3,500 to $7,250 or between \u20ac2,900 \u2013\u20ac5,900. A few nominated women will also be offered an opportunity to stay on the island for free, Ms Roth said.\u00a0\r\nThe most basic package is $3,500 and will get you one of two twin beds in a shared room in a four-person cabin.\r\nUp a notch is the $4,790 deal, which will get you one of two twin beds in a two person cabin. The big kahuna costs $7,246 and will get you a cabin for yourself.\r\nAll three packages are all inclusive, except for flight fare and cover food, massages, facials and airport pick up by car, though you can opt for a 20 minute helicopter ride for extra if you wish.\r\nMs Roth said she has more affordable one day SuperShe island programmes in the works as well.\r\nThe tentative schedule for these retreats would start with guests being shuttled from Helsinki Airport to SuperShe Island.\r\nFor the bulk of the day, the women would keep moving with kayaking, bicycling, hiking and yoga. A nice facial and\/or a massage, with access to Finnish saunas, would be waiting for them at the end of at least every other afternoon said Ms Roth.\r\nWhile being on the go during the day will strengthen the body, workshops will be held every day that will strengthen the mind. Speakers will Skype in to connect with the SuperShes and discuss topics such as nutrition and sex.\r\nThe retreat\u2019s menu would be nutrient dense and healthy. The idea is to detox and hopefully lose a little weight by the end of the week. The island is a substance free zone, which means this is one retreat that will not be supplying alcohol.\u00a0\r\nIn its stead will be sunshine, female empowerment and views of the Baltic Sea. Not a bad trade-off.