Thursday
Dec102009

December 6, 2009 : Make Room for Mom's Voice - a journaling, storytelling and writing interactive workshop with Jen Lee

 
Motherhood can be both a challenging and a transformative experience. We may uncover new dreams for our lives, or sides of ourselves we haven't before experienced.  At other times, we may struggle to keep a strong sense of ourselves in the chorus of voices calling for our attention.

Time:   9AM- 12PM
Date:   Sunday, December 6th, 2009
Place:  Birth Day Presence
           291 8th Street - 1st Fl (Bet. 5th & 6th Ave.)
           Park Slope, Brooklyn
           917-751-6759
Price:  $45.00 

Space is limited so please RSVP by purchasing tickets online. Tickets are NOT available for sale at the door and all tickets must be purchased in advance online for this workshop.

Make Room for Mom's Voice is an interactive workshop that invites moms of all ages to use journaling, storytelling and writing in daily or weekly practices to strengthen your experience of your own voice and capture the moments you don't want to forget.

If you are looking for a safe place to find your voice or order your thoughts, this workshop is for you.  You will leave with inspiring stories, practical tools and the kind of renewal that only comes from reconnecting with yourself. This is an intimate gathering, so spots are limited.  The workshop is generously sponsored by Birth Day Presence. The 3-hour workshop is $45, and includes light refreshments.

Take Me with You: A Journal for the Journey, a fill-in journal and writing guide, is an optional companion for this class.  It's available for sale online, or at Scaredy Kat, located at 229 5th Ave # A - Brooklyn, NY (718) 623-1839 www.scaredykatstore.com. Attendees will also have the opportunity to purchase a copy at the workshop ($16).

 

Read Momasphere's interview with Jen Lee at 

Jen Lee, the author of Take Me with You: A Journal for the Journey, is a Brooklyn storyteller, writer and mother.  She offers classes and workshops on finding your voice, telling your story, and the creative life.  Jen taught most recently at the internationally-attended Squam Art Workshops in New Hampshire.  She believes everyone has a story worth telling, and she would be delighted to hear yours. Send your stories, requests, comments and questions to: jen (at) jenlee (dot) net.



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