Thu, 04 Nov

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Exeter

Storytelling for Recovery - 6 sessions | FREE (DRLC)

Make your voice heard through the creative Art of Storytelling! Discover how stories can bring empowerment for mental health and wellbeing. In partnership with the DRLC / NHS. Open to everyone, no experience required. Dates: Nov 4, 11, 18, 25 & Dec 2, 9 Entry: FREE

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Storytelling for Recovery - 6 sessions | FREE (DRLC)

Time & Location

04 Nov 2021, 13:30 – 16:00

Exeter, Palace gt., Exeter EX1 1JA, UK

About the Event

Storytelling is a practice used in human  communities since the beginning of times for the sharing of news, education,   and community building. 

In a fun, no-pressure environment, this course takes you to the magical world of Stories, a space that reaches out to all. 

Through stories of resilience and recovery explored in an inclusive and supportive atmosphere you will learn the ancient art and craft of the Storyteller and develop your expression, confidence, creativity and imagination. 

By working with stories you will also discover how to make your own story shine and how to share it using your new skills. Conscious Storytelling is a gateway to the  heart and it brings empowerment as well as connection, bonding, and recovery.

Marie is a Conscious Storyteller and recovery practitioner whose passion is to work with groups of all ages to share the tools of self-empowerment brought by ancient and natural practices.  She has been leading groups and individuals for recovery for 11 years with  love and care, always in an atmosphere of acceptance, inclusion and relaxed  fun infused with deep heart-learning.

Participants must book for the 6 sessions of the course.

Dates: Nov 4, 11, 18, 25 & Dec 2, 9

(6 Thursdays starting Nov 4th and ending Dec 9th)

Time: 13:30 to 16:00

VENUE: St Sidwells Community Centre, EXETER  

No horses involved here – except the ones we will create in stories!

This course is offered in partnership with the Devon Recovery Learning Community and the NHS, as part of their programme for supporting mental health recovery and wellbeing. It is open to everyone (adults only) and entry is FREE. 

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