Every woman with a story to tell must give herself sacred space and time in which to tell it, because that story – and the process of developing it – has the power to change lives; hers and others’.
My workshops and retreats provide that sacred space and time, in the company of a small, dedicated group of women who are gathering to tell their stories, and help you discover the power in yours.
This experience is perfect for you if you are:
- Someone who keeps saying, “I have a story to tell, I just don’t know how to get started.”
- Ready for time away from your normal routine, to meet new friends, and play with your writing, no matter what comes of it.
- Yearning for a tranquil, focused environment in which to work on a special writing project, for fun or for business.
- All of the above.
You don’t have to aspire to be published to benefit from this experience; you are simply a woman with a story to tell who wants the support of others to get it out of your head and on paper.
After that, all sorts of magical things can happen!
Currently scheduled workshops (click the info to register):
Los Angeles, CA — November 3rd, 2012 — Agape Spiritual Center
Denver, CO — January 5th, 2013 — Mile Hi Church
Upcoming cities include:
Atlanta, GA; Naples, FL; New York, NY; Chicago, IL; San Diego, CA; and Portland, OR (Dates and locations to be determined)
“Women writers need a place to feel comfortable and free to express themselves. What is unique about this particular retreat is that it allows for any type of writer to emerge and expand—from someone who wants to journal their personal experiences, to one who wants to improve their website. I came away with ideas for my writings which I had never considered. The empowerment I received was was far more than I could ever have expected.” ~ Geri Weber, California
“I was honored to have participated in the Write Brain Women’s Writing Retreat. I arrived with reserved curiosity and excitement and left with full-on confidence and inspiration. The support and input were genuine and on point, allowing me to truly improve my work and be open to many new perspectives I might have previously missed.” ~ Gail Richards, Colorado
“I have a greater belief in myself that my message to the world is valuable and I am the only one to tell it.” ~ Stephanie Collins, Colorado