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VIRTUAL – Writing for Courage, Resilience and Empathy

In this retreat for women, we’ll create a safe space where you can tune deeply into yourself, develop presence in the moment, find empathy for yourself and others, and call in your own innate courage and resilience. We’ll use a variety of writing techniques to develop what is required of us to move forward with purpose and power. Whether you’re feeling exhausted and facing burn-out or feeling motivated to voice your convictions and speak your truth, this retreat will offer a safe space to hold the tension of the moment, experience the power of your own words, and find solace within a supportive group of women.

2021 Dates:
Thursday, January 21,
Friday, January 22,
Saturday, January 23

9:00 a.m. – Noon MST each day
(3 sessions x 3 hours)

This workshop is limited to 12 participants. Register now!

From a previous participant:
“The workshop was one of the best I have ever attended. Kelsea is a terrific leader, empathetic listener, wonderful story teller and poet, and writer. Most of all I loved her prompts – which really encouraged me to write each day. I give this workshop a 110 out of 100! Thank you for sponsoring this dynamic workshop.” – Brenda Broussard
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Instructors

  • Kelsea Habecker
    Kelsea Habecker

    Kelsea Habecker is a poet, writer, and teacher. In 2007, her book of poetry, Hollow Out, was selected by U.S. Poet Laureate Charles Simic for publication. For five years, she was a teacher in an Inupiaq Eskimo village in the arctic region of Alaska, where she used writing as a form of self-awareness for high school students. She earned her MFA in poetry from Bennington Writing Seminars and her BA from Randolph-Macon Woman’s College. She teaches graduate writing courses as well as community poetry classes in Seattle, WA.

Date

Jan 21 - 23 2021

Time

9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Cost

$125 (Optional +/- $30 scholarship support)

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