Change Your Story ... Change Your Life
It is in the telling of the story where we can claim the wisdom of our elder self, where we can claim our voice when we might not have had it, and bring meaning so that the learning may ripple out into the world.
This workshop is specifically designed for people who are working with a story in their life they are ready to take on. Through play, writing exercises, improv, solo time in nature, we will examine these stories and find a new way to meet them.
Join a group of people from around the world for a dynamic video conference
workshop experience. We meet for 3 Mondays in a row beginning December 3rd.
For those who want to engage their story in a mythic form: I offer personal Soul Story sessions. A Soul Story if a mystical form of stoytelling where a story is divined for you. It provides insight and guidance though symbol, myth, and metaphor. This can be a delightful way to deepen and prepare for our workshop together. If you choose to add a Soul Story session to your workshop, I provide a $50 reduced fee when combined with the workshop.
Register me fee for 3 week online course + 1.5 hour Soul Story session.
"LEAH LIVES IN STORY, IT RESONATES IN HER BEING – AS A TELLER, AS A WRITER/THINKER, AS AN ACTIVIST/WORLD CHANGER, AS A CONTEMPORARY ARTIST ROOTED IN THE ANCIENT. SHE KNOWS THE ALCHEMY OF MYTH AND THE MIRACLE OF LIFE, AND THE TANGIBLE MAGIC OF LANGUAGE PERFORMED."
~Joe Lambert, Founder of The Story Center
Leah Lamb, MSW, experiences story as a tool for personal transformation and social change, and views the artform as a mystical expression of the connection between earth, people, and all life forms.
Her storytelling lives in several mediums. She has authored short stories, documentaries, and award-winning PSA’s about the environment. Her articles about culture and the environment have been featured in Fast Company, Spirituality & Health Magazine, National Geographic News Watch, and Huffington Post. She produced and hosted The Green Channel on the Emmy-award-winning television network, Current TV.
Her education in theater includes studying the Eric Morris technique, the Meisner technique at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC, and apprenticing at The Williamstown Theater Festival. Her love of the arts as a doorway to social change came alive when she began writing and producing, but it is her love of the wilderness that brought her to the threshold of listening to where the stories live. She worked as a wilderness guide for seven years, traveling from Alaska, to Nepal, to Mexico, and to the deserts of the southwest. Leah created the format of storytelling ceremonies, which have toured in LA, San Francisco, and NYC. Her mystical storytelling, known as Soul Stories, provides people another tool to explore their archetypal structure and examine their lives through the metaphors and symbols that present in their consciousness. She has consulted on communications for many leading environmental organizations, and has led seminars on storytelling at Google.
For more information about Soul Stories head on over to: www.medicinestories.com