We all have a natural ability to nourish ourselves. However, when we feel stressed, we tend to limit ourselves, and hold back our gifts, talents and skills.
This workshop is designed for those of us who are ready to nourish our souls, express ourselves, and tap into our creativity.
During the radically nourished workshop we will:
- Participate in four writing activities designed to explore how we can radically nourish ourselves
- Gain a deeper understanding of what we yearn to express by processing our experience on paper
- Uncover insights about our past and present experiences
- Share our writing with a community of international women writers
After completing Pink Pangea workshops, women have written for major publications, launched their own blogs, or continued to write in their journals. Others have simply enjoyed trying something new. All participants will receive a recording of the workshop.
Time: 1 hour
Cost: $12 USD
Purchase the workshop in the link above and we will send you the workshop within 24 hours, to your PayPal email address. You’ll have access to view the workshop from anywhere in the world. Questions? Email us at [email protected]
Pink Pangea Workshop Reviews
“As I am on this intense but fulfilling journey of self-discovery, finding my soul’s purpose in life has led me to travel writing, as I am a life-long travel enthusiast. Fortunately, this journey has also led me to Pink Pangea. When I saw the information for the workshop titled “A Woman’s Worth”, I instantly knew I had to register.” — Jen Lucas, A Woman’s Worth Writing Workshop (Read Jen’s full review here)
“This workshop helped me and lit an inner flame, especially as a writer whose passion lies in writing memoirs. Not only did I call both of my grandmothers after this workshop to ask them about life in their 20s, but I took an honest look at myself as my 20s are shortly coming to an end. Have I done enough, have I made my imprint on the world as a woman writer? Are there more stories I have to tell? Thank you, Pink Pangea, for another eye (and heart) opening writing workshop.” — Raquel Reyes
“I came out of it a different person than I went in…[Jaclyn] made us linger in our discomfort long enough to compel us to make a change. In fact, she had to relinquish control in order for it to be a catalyst. That’s a mark of a great teacher.” – Stephen Elliot