Body Love Creative Writing Workshop
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About the Event
Join us for a workshop on body love through creative writing led by body liberation coach & musician Talia Cooper and singer-songwriter and teaching artist Eli Conley. We will counteract the negative messages we’ve received about our bodies with new information and community support. Then we’ll write a slew of songs and poems and leave with our personal body love anthems! Register here.
This workshop is for anyone who:
· wants to learn to accept their body
· would like to write (or edit) a love song or poem for their body
· believes in body positivity theoretically, and wants to start on the path of embracing it more fully
· enjoys being creative in community with others
Open to folks who’ve never written a line, lifelong poets and songwriters, and everyone in between.
This workshop is for all bodies: all sizes, genders, races, ages, abilities, and sexualities. Wherever you are at with your creativity and feelings about your body, you are welcome here.
Testimonials from past participants of the Body Love Creative Writing Workshop:
"What a special and vulnerable container to get some much-needed reminders about the importance of body love and the power of being supported in writing words/music. Well worth having carved out the time to do this workshop because it already has my wheels spinning for ways to continue thinking about many of these themes into the future. What a special group and so beautifully facilitated!"
"This workshop helped me reconnect with my childlike joy! it reminded me that having a body is a gift. it was wonderful to connect with other people who are on similar body love journeys."
"Talia and Eli helped me unlock a world of body love and liberation that I didn't know was lurking beneath the surface of all these thoughts I was already having. They created a safe, brave, and vulnerable space for growth, reflection, and body love."
"This is a manual for how to love your body, all our bodies, with some simple tools you can put into practice right in the moment!"
Cost: $40. Sliding scale available for low-income folks.