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Using Yoga Principles & Practices in Storytelling | 1-Day Online Writing Seminar

Sonia McCallum Saturday, Feb. 5
10a-12p ET
7a-9a PT
9a-11a CT
1 class session

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Using Yoga Principles & Practices in Storytelling allows writers space and time to strengthen their voice and develop their craft, using principles and practices found in traditional yoga practices.

Participants will explore their identities, familial structures, social and formal relationships, and reflect on their emotional experiences in a way that invokes their imagination and creativity.

It will begin and end with meditation and mindfulness practices that allow students to become grounded in preparation to write. Writers will be expected to actively engage in guided yoga practices during each session.

All class meetings will be held via Zoom. The link to join your Zoom classroom will be provided on the morning of your class. Please check spam folders if you do not receive an email confirmation upon registration. For more information on how to download or use Zoom, please click here.

Meet Your Instructor:
Sonia McCallum

Sonia McCallum is a writer and poet who resides in Charlotte, NC. An avid reader, yoga teacher, and art enthusiast, Sonia has worked as a Technical Writer for banking, finance, and industrial manufacturing organizations in North Carolina and Florida for over 13 years. With a passion for fiction and poetry, her writing centers coming of age and young adulthood from the perspective of women of color. Her poetry is published in volumes I and II of Sistories literary magazine. In February 2020, she served as a contributing author to the book “Mind Your Mental Health: 21 Empowering Stories of Growth and Healing”. Sonia is the owner and CEO of The Word Yard, LLC, a professional writing boutique established in 2015 that specializes in resumes for mid-level professionals looking to grow their careers.