Thursday, December 16, 2010

Give yourself the gift of restorative writing

Write To Connect—life writing workshops
 in the disability community

Write To Connect means restorative writing, an experience of the body being met in words and artful experiment, an experience of opening and moving in new ways through writing.

Use Write To Connect
-- as a way to reach new spaces
-- as a friend builder
-- to focus your communication skills
-- as a path towards more meaningful work
-- to let go of old ideas 
-- to find new forms for your voice or vision

This class is designed for writers and non-writers of all (dis)abilities. Emphasis is on exploring new processes, instead of putting out written products.

The dates for the next series are January 8, 15, 22 and 29. These Saturday workshops will happen at the LightHouse for the Blind and Visually Impaired in San Francisco from 12 – 2pm. $5 - $15 suggested donation per class. No one turned away for lack of funds.

Contact Amber with questions., 415 867 1124. RSVP by January 2!

Write To Connect: life writing for radical and everyday embodiments
Support WTC participants by donating on the WTC website via PayPal.

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