Launch your creativity
and train your brain
to think out of the box.
Wednesdays May 5 - 26
10-11:30am PDT / 1-2:30pm EDT
1-3pm PDT / 4-6pm EDT
Option 1: The Creative Launch
I want to create and be inspired.
I want to join a creative writing community.
How it works:
We meet once a week for 4 weeks where we create together. At the beginning of each class you will receive a creative prompt: you will then have ample time to write. You can use this prompt to begin a new story, or to feed a novel, story, or script you are presently developing.
Wednesdays 10-11:30am Pacific / 1-2:30pm Eastern
Let’s hit the joy button
& work out at the creativity gym.
Option 2: The Story Starter Lab
I want to develop and workshop my stories.
I want to complete and publish stories I am already working on.
How it works:
Wednesdays 1-3pm Pacific / 4-6pm Eastern
Bring your writing or a story you are bringing to the stage and present it to our group for reflection and supportive feedback. Each week you come with 8 minutes of writing or performed story to present.
Limited to 6 participants each course.
Receive 33 Creative Writing Prompts to Heal The World
How it works:
Receive a creative prompt EVERY DAY in your in-box for 33 days.
You will receive a video in your inbox that will inspire and feed your muse. These creative writing prompts are designed to nourish your creativity, reflective process, and writing practice. They can be used to explore and inspire writing about your life, or give you ideas for how you develop characters in the creative projects you are already working on.
"I feel honored by the opportunity to work with such an inspired and dedicated teacher. Her approach is transformative and therapeutic. She accomplishes a magical and seemingly impossible feat of facilitation: creating a safe and yet dangerously edgy container for deep exploration and shared reflection. She is a blessing and a treasure."
- Fred Mindlin, Teaching Artist
“This workshop was just the special sauce that I needed. Leah’s process is gentle, intuitive, fun and powerful. She has a wonderful and truly transformative ability to support people in moving people through stuck places and into clear alignment with their own inner wisdom.”
- Camille Nowel
"Leah’s creative prompts have transformed my writing. They have a playful style that encourage thinking outside the box, but more than that, I find that when I regularly engage with the prompts, I develop a creative taproot of sorts. They put me in the frame of mind to notice more, to explore more, and, ultimately, to create more."
- Katie Carey
"Imagine a person who just has a knack for bringing out your gems. Someone who listens for your greatness and doesn’t get distracted by your self doubt. And in their presence, you become more articulate, creative, and in flow. This is what I experience in Leah’s realm. She is a magnet for your truth to blossom in expression. She provides the nourishment, the curiosity, the nudges, and the challenge to step into the discomfort of a new creation with trust and open-heartedness. Some may think of her as a story midwife. I consider her a creativity locksmith: able to design keys through questions and prompts that can unlock aspects who you’ve always known yourself to be but may have forgotten or lost. Come as you are into Leah’s sphere, and if you’re open, you’ll leave more at home in yourself and your expression than ever before. At least, that’s what happened with me, and I couldn’t be more grateful that Leah has graced my path."
- Carey McCray, Storyteller in the 2020 Performance Intensive
Your Guide: Leah Lamb
Leah Lamb is a writer, storyteller, and performance artist who works with story as a tool for healing. She is the creator of the School for Sacred Storytelling, where she teaches a modality of storytelling for self discovery, community building, and addressing trauma. She has toured healing story ceremonies across the country, and is the creator of Soul Stories, a form of mystical storytelling. She produced and hosted The Green Channel at Al Gore’s television network, has written award winning plays, and PSA’s about climate, and her articles about climate and culture have been featured in Fast Company, Spirituality & Health Magazine, Huffington Post, and National Geographic News Watch. She is writing the book series, The Whale Dreamer.
To see a full performance resume, click here.
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