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9th Annual Storytelling Retreat and Adventure with Connie Regan-Blake

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9th Annual Storytelling Retreat and Adventure with Connie Regan-Blake

Time: August 3, 2014 at 6pm to August 9, 2014 at 7pm
Location: StoryWindow
Street: Chunns Cover
City/Town: Asheville
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Phone: 8282581113
Event Type: storytelling, workshop
Organized By: Connie Regan-Blake
Latest Activity: Jan 24, 2014

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Join Connie Regan-Blake this summer for our 9th Annual Storytelling Retreat & Adventure – 7 days of practice and performance, feedback and discovery.

Every gardener knows that plants need two things: time and sunlight. The same is true for stories. Join us for this week-long storytelling workshop in Asheville, NC and encourage your stories to come out of the shadows.  Enjoy a whole-life approach to being a teller, one in which “telling” is as much about listening to yourself and the world around you as it is about skills and preparation to tell, whether it is a family gathering or a festival audience. You will engage in exercises, conversations and ‘deep listening’ that nourish your being and your stories while bringing them into the light.

The StoryWindow Workshop welcomes all levels of expertise; from beginner to experienced teller.  In a supportive and encouraging atmosphere, participants will develop skills to:

  • Find, create, learn, and polish stories.
  • Effectively integrate voice with image, gesture, and emotion.
  • Embody a story and break free of memorization.
  • Engage in companion listening and appreciative inquiry.
  • Activate your body as a key component of a well-told tale.
  • Use your voice, breath, and silence to support the audience’s journey as they listen.

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