The meditative writing Workshop
The process of creativity & Story Mining
MEDITATIVE WRITING Level One
The Process of Creativity & Story Mining
At the intersection of science, art, and meditation we build an approach to writing that draws from the most powerful part of your mind.
Cognitive and meditative exercises will be crafted specifically to help you get the most out of every writing session and discover the deepest truth of your unique voice.
These tools can also be flipped upside-down to create profound storytelling techniques and build structure in your scripts.
Classes are built around the needs of the writers. Subjects might include...
Every class also includes a classic meditative writing session that will generate pages upon pages of new story, characters, explorations.
4 Week Workshop
Writers of All Genres Welcome
Saturdays, 3pm - 5:45pm EST
Starting Jan 4th 2020 (skipping Jan 18th)
Mondays, 7pm - 9:45pm EST
Starting March 9th
In Person at 39 W 29 Street 2nd Fl, New York, NY 10001, or
Live Online Video Conference
The November Class is SOLD OUT!!
Join us next round starting January 2020!
Writers of all forms and genres are welcome including but not limited to; screenwriters, novelists, comedians, poets, nonfiction writers, playwrights, sketch writers, journalists, songwriters, short story writers etc.
Next Round: Saturdays, 3pm - 5:45pm EST
Starting Jan 4th 2020 skipping Jan 18th
EARLY registration (by Dec 20th) - $325
LATE registration (Dec 21 - Jan 1st) - $425
Registration closes Jan 1st 2020
“Meditative Writing truly is “assisted self-discovery.” For the same reason writers should take acting classes, Meditative Writing helps you get down into your body, to work a scene or character from the inside out. The practice has applications even beyond writing, into directing, pitching, and just being in the world. This class and subsequent practice has been extremely helpful to me in my work.”
– Christine Boylan, Writer/Producer at Marvel/Netflix
“With [Jess] I’ve always felt the deep pleasure of collaborating with someone of genuine seriousness and dedication. Actors find her work challenging and emotionally nurturing and her colleagues appreciate her deep commitment to the truth.”
– Christopher Shinn, Pulitzer Prize Nominated Playwright
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