Full weekend workshop: Saturday, September 7 • 9am-4pm and Sunday, September 8 • 9am-4pm
"As we write, we are both describing and deciding the direction that our life is taking." - Julia Cameron
Learn how to tell your story of life and loss in this small-group writing workshop with award-winning author, performer, and teacher Ann Randolph. Ann is a master at sharing stories from the heart in ways that are funny and inspiring.
In this weekend workshop hosted by Mission Hospice, you will discover your own unique and powerful story – and the profound transformation that occurs when you speak it out loud. You'll learn to trust your creative impulses. By becoming the author of your own life and learning how to tell your own story, you will also unleash a sense of purpose you never thought possible.
We will support one another in creating and speaking our stories of life and loss – through writing exercises, group discussion, and improvisation. All you need to bring is your notebook or laptop and a bag lunch.
This special weekend workshop is limited to 15 people – reserve your spot today! 13 CEUs available for RNs, HHAs, MFTs & LCSWs.
Ann is considered one of the most gifted and innovative writer/performers in the U.S. Her Ovation Award-winning solo show, Squeeze Box, was produced Off Broadway by Mel Brooks. She was named "Best Solo Performer 2011" by the LA Times for her show, LOVELAND. Her personal essays have been featured on NPR, BBC, and PBS. She teaches at Esalen, Kripalu and theaters throughout the country. For more information, visit www.AnnRandolph.com.
Tickets are $320 and are available here.