Developed and taught by Madelyn Kent, former Creative Writing Faculty at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts.
Sense Writing is a groundbreaking neuro-sensory approach to writing that anyone can use to unleash their creativity, taught at leading conservatories, universities, and retreat centers, including Kripalu Yoga Retreat and NY's Open Center.
"Okay, what's a less dramatic way of telling you that this class has changed my life? I have a BFA in Playwriting but struggled for years to feel that "flow" where the magic lives. With these very precise, low-key sequences, I was able to access an unstressed, honest voice. I was initially skeptically of the woo-woo (this despite being a yoga teacher myself...) But I noticed from the very first weekend that the stuff I was writing was-- how to say this-- more my voice than anything I had written for years. Since then, I've done Sense Writing II and III in Brooklyn, and the way I write has been totally transformed. This is no exaggeration." -Olga Kreimer, Columnist, Los Angeles Review of Book
"Madelyn Kent’s workshop challenged Struggle’s worth and reminded me of the original impulse that led me to make my life about writing.” -The Elephant Journal
In a supportive environment that integrates accessible physical and writing exercises, you will:
*Work with the nervous system to interrupt body and language patterns that inhibit writing
*Find pleasure in all the stages of writing
*Refine your craft
*Complete two pieces of memoir and/or fiction.
For aspiring and experienced writers.
Jerusalem: 27 & 28 February at Shala Yoga, Rabbi Arye 15
Thursday, 10:00-14:00 and Friday, 10:00-14:00
Save 10% when you register with a friend.
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