Writing for Wellbeing

woman-beachMany people write journals as a way of keeping track of their lives and working things out. Writing can be a powerful means of tapping into your unconscious mind and making discoveries about yourself and your world that you were previously unaware of. Writing is also increasingly used as a tool for healing.

This day will explore the different benefits which holistic writing can bring and give you the means to tap into your inner resources.

We will look at methods to:

  • Discover what is really important to you
  • Bypass your internal censor
  • Come to terms with events
  • Find direction.

Who should come on the course?

The course is aimed at anyone looking to get more from life, and who is prepared to explore and discover in a group situation.

Writing for Wellbeing Group 2017/18

Starting Thursday 30 November 2017 for six evening sessions

Wilmslow Guild, Bourne Street, Wilmslow, Cheshire SK9 5HD

£28 for six sessions.

Sessions to follow up on the one-day Writing for Well Being courses. No previous experience needed and newcomers very welcome.

Bookings and more info available here. Course content enquiries to Judi on 01625 439000

Wellbeing Retreat for Mind, Body and Spirit

28/29 April 2018—10am on Saturday to 4pm on Sunday

Venue: Palace Hotel, Buxton SK17 6AG

£250 including accommodation and meals.

Spend two glorious days in the spa town of Buxton exploring strategies to build health and happiness. A mix of writing for wellbeing and meditation techniques to access your inner wisdom. Located at the elegant Palace Hotel where we can swim, dine and relax in style.

With Judi Goodwin – Writing for Wellbeing and Life Coach and Angela Slattery –Therapist and Motivation Consultant

Bookings and more info available here. Course content enquiries to Judi on 01625 439000

What people say about this course:

“Stimulating, non-threatening, enjoyable”

“Fascinating, absorbing …. and extremely well-tutored. The format is so different to anything I have done before and it has opened my mind.”

“Skilful, profound and encouraging. I discovered a source within myself I had not suspected”