Flow Writing Day
9:00 am - 5:30 pm CET
Hobrechtstrasse 66, Vorderhaus EG
Writing often tends to get sidelined in our busy, fast-paced everyday lives. Flow Writing Day is an opportunity to practice focused writing and help your current text project move forward. The facilitated work process allows you to dive deep into your writing, experience the flow, and work towards progress.
The Flow Writing Day is a follow-up seminar to the Writing Sweatshop, a full-day writing workshop that was offered back in August, also at Stillpoint Spaces Berlin. Note that those who were not able to join us on that occasion, are still welcome to start now.
This seminar is open to academics, as well as anyone working on a challenging text project. Your text can be in any stage (first drafts, first versions, final versions...). You are also invited to write in any language.
A productive blend of movement, coaching elements, activating breaks, and of course, ample time for writing, will help create your natural flow and set the mind and body in motion.
Let us dedicate a full day to writing and be effective while at it.
Ingrid Scherüb's background lies in cultural studies and Gestalt coaching. As an academic writing coach, she supports scholars to advance on their career paths through motivational group formats. In 2014, as part of the role as a research associate at the Universitat der Kunste Berlin, she founded the Writing Ashram, a simulated monastery environment for writers. Find out more at http://schreibaschram.de/en/ and http://faden-verloren.de/
A discounted price is suitable for students, unemployed, and/or recipients of social benefits.
Members of The Lab at Stillpoint Spaces Berlin have a separate discount on the price of the ticket. Being able to attend events on a discounted price is one of the benefits of the Lab Membership. Visit our website for more information: https://bit.ly/2FWzcwn.
The entrance to The Lab of Stillpoint Spaces Berlin is directly from the street Hobrechtstraße 66. We kindly ask you to arrive at least 15 minutes before the official beginning of the workshop.
The views, opinions, and ethical values expressed by presenters, participants or any other individual in relation to this lecture are not those of Stillpoint Spaces Berlin. We intend to provide a space for an open dialogue between experts in the fields of psychology, psychoanalysis, and border disciplines, and the public. All employees of Stillpoint Spaces are bound by the ethical codes of their respective professions.