Wild Women, Wild Voices

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“Wild Women, Wild Voices – Writing Your Authentic Self” in association with Well-Written Writing Group 

Writing workshops for women of all ages and backgrounds in the Wellington region starting May 2019.

What do the words ‘wild’ and ‘woman’ conjure for you?

Free and unpredictable, strong and uncontrollable, natural and fierce, deep dreaming and farsighted. Boundlessness, energy and creativity, joy and freedom. Risk taking, curious, brave, wise, feral, and extraordinary in her splendid glorious way of being.

Taking inspiration from the words of Dr. Clarissa Pinkola Estés, Judy Reeves, Maya Angelou, Rupi Kaur, Anne Lamott, Sharon Blackie and many, many other wild and empowering women writers, we can help each other to find our own Wild Voice through our writing and creativity. 

Toi Pōneke Arts Centre 
61/69 Abel Smith St, Te Aro, Wellington 6011
in Meeting Room West 
10:30  – 12:30 every second Saturday of the month 

Dates for your diary: 

11th May
8th June
13th July
10th August
14th September
12th October
9th November
14th December

Sessions include: Claiming the Wild Woman, Finding and Listening to Your Voice, Creative Connections, Expressing the Wild Woman, The Geography of Our Lives, Life Journeys and Lessons, The Voice of the Senses, Intuitive Wisdom – the Wise Woman. 

Sign up for our mailing list to keep in touch: http://eepurl.com/gi_86D

All queries to wellwrittennz@gmail.com

These workshops are completely free.

Donations towards room hire costs will be gratefully received but are not expected in any way. 

*  You are not required to come to every session, however you must let us know in advance which dates you will attend. 


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