Rhythm of Language.             Rhythm of our Bodies.            Rhythm of the earth.

How do we learn to slow down and listen? What wisdom can we access when we bring our full attention to our bodies and the earth? How might we create a personal and collective response to climate change?

Now more than ever is a time to come together to connect, write and build community. This workshop invites an intimate exploration of our interconnection with nature. We will open into the wonder and beauty of the earth, as well as the grief and unknown of climate change and the current pandemic. Through mindful meditation and writing through the senses, we will allow our curious and receptive attention to guide us into authentic and courageous response. Join us for these powerful sessions of writing and expression.

Details: Sundays April 5, 12, 19, 26 from 2pm to 4pm.

You will need to download zoom as we will be using this for our class.

Cost: $60 for 4 classes (If this is a challenge for you, please let us know.)
Maximum 10 participants.

If you have a friend who would be interested, feel free to share this with them.

To register, email ahavashira@gmail.com. Please register by Wednesday April 1, 2020.

Claire and Ahava facilitate writing workshops and retreats on Salt Spring Island and in other communities in the Pacific Northwest. They are passionate about creating safe, supportive spaces where diverse voices are shared, witnessed and valued.

Ahava Shira is the author of Weaving of My Being (1998), Love is Like This (2010) and co-author of Writing Alone Together: Journalling in a Circle of Women for Creativity, Compassion and Connection (Butterfly Press 2014). Ahava is currently writing a memoir. www.lovinginquiry.com

Claire Sicherman is the author of “Imprint: A Memoir of Trauma in the Third Generation” (Caitlin Press 2018). Claire examines how the body holds memories of traumatic experiences, and the importance of breaking the silence of family stories. www.clairesicherman.com