Write to Heal – Writers Workshop

WRITE TO HEAL

A WriteWell Workshop Series

 

Unleashing the power of creativity for personal transformation

“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” Maya Angelou

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Writing has the power to transform, inspire and restore a sense of wellbeing! Come and learn some practical tips on how to incorporate the power of words, music, art and meditation into your creative self-expression and personal growth practices.

 

Four sessions

Tuesdays:  Sept 10th – Oct 1st

6:30pm – 9:00pm

Located in the house at Joshua Creek Heritage Art Centre

$110 when you pay upfront for all four sessions 

OR

$30 per session pay-as-you-go for 

Space is limited.

To register and reserve your spot, contact [email protected]

You will be provided with techniques to empower the creative expression of their stories through the use of literary and other creative artistic tools.

Story telling and artistic creative expression are tools that help to give voice to capture the human experience, literally and visually. By creating a safe space that supports the growth of self-expression the workshop provides an environment that is enriching and transformative.

Techniques are shared to help tap into creativity to awaken the artistic muse. The workshop sessions include hands on exercises followed by feedback and discussion.

Writing, art, music and mediation have the power to transform, inspire and restore a sense of wellbeing. The Write to Heal Workshop Series will explore the integrated creative process of writing along with other creative outlets (Art/Music/Meditation); provide practical tips on how to harness creative power for self-expression and personal transformation.

 

Highlights:

  • Tap into creativity to awaken the artistic muse
  • Creative space for writing
  • Hands on writing exercises
  • Forum for discussion & feedback
  • Prompts

Benefits:

  • Expand your self- expression and personal growth.
  • Connect with fellow writers.
  • Take in the creative energy of writing with others
  • Write in a scenic historic setting that unleashes your creative force.

 

Contact Susan to RSVP 

[email protected]

www.mywordsnow.com

 

 

ABOUT THE FACILITATOR:

This workshop is presented by:

Susan Ksiezopolski, an award-winning writer. She is the Founder and President of WriteWell, established to support organizations and individuals in creating a path to success and wellness by unleashing the power of creativity. Susan has published two poetry books and “The Writer’s Workbook, Free the Writer Within” a creative writing aid. The focus of Susan’s writing is not solely for telling her own stories and for her own self- expression but to also help others to be inspired to tap into their writing voice to capture their stories.

Susan is a member of the Mississauga Arts Council, Canadian Authors Association, The Canadian League of Poets, The Ontario Poets Society, The Mississauga Writer’s Group and a graduate of the Humber School for Writers. She has been featured in Canadian Immigrant magazine and numerous other on-line platforms. Susan is also a Lead Facilitator with the Toronto Writer’s Collective, delivering workshops that “encourage voice and illuminate undiscovered strength in the most vulnerable communities to transform lives”.

Susan developed the WriteWell workshops and has been delivered them across the GTA since 2009. As a certified HearthMath® Building Personal Resilience Coach and a Jack Canfield Certified Trainer, Susan incorporates resilience and success principles tools into her writing workshops.

 

WriteWell is a non-profit organization, established to deliver workshops that empower individuals to tap into their untold stories to create and cultivate their ability to be resilient. The inaugural Creative Resilience sessions are designed to inspire increased awareness and consciousness allowing workshop the participants authentic self to shine. Personal coherence techniques are used in the workshop to unleash the power of untold stories.

“By tapping into expressive writing we can claim our power for personal resilience.” – Susan Ksiezopolski, Founder

 

 

Reviews by previous participants:

“Susan was informative and reassuring. Her ease of style, organizational structure and tips of the trade helped me to have the confidence to begin writing in different ways.”

“Susan’s workshops are presented very well and I enjoy the hands on experiential learning. It was interesting and fun.”

“Deepest gratitude Susan for unlocking a new untapped channel. A wonderfully inspiring workshop.”

 

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HOURS & LOCATION

1086 Burnhamthorpe Road East,
Oakville, Ontario Canada L6H 7B2

(1 km East of Trafalgar Road)

Phone: 905-257-4730

Email: [email protected]

Hours: Tuesday to Sunday 1:00 pm to 4:00 pm, or by appointment. Closed Mondays.
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