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What’s the connection between the mind and the body when it comes to writing? How might moving our bodies affect the way we feel, think, and express ourselves through language?
JournalTalk listeners are in for a treat this week. Elizabeth Schwyzer, freelance writer, newspaper arts editor, and dance critic, shares a special exercise in this episode to help us combine writing and body movement, for a fuller, richer experience of knowing and trusting ourselves.
Participants in her “Write from the Body” workshops have found great enjoyment and therapeutic release as well as a sense of having freed up their creativity. After listening to her describe the connection between movement and writing, you’ll understand her passion for using both forms of expression to help writers access their truest voices.
To find out when Elizabeth is putting on her next series of Write from the Body workshops, you may keep in touch with her. Or, you may request she bring her workshop to you (or your studio). She’s currently based in the Bay Area, but happy to travel to share this powerful method of connecting with yourself and your story. (JournalTalk, Episode #54, April 14, 2015)
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