You will experience a range of writing activities and the opportunity to put your dreams and hurdles into action on the psychodramatic stage. Perhaps you already write in a journal, write stories or create poems or perhaps you are a complete novice to writing. Whatever your experience this workshop will give you time and space to write and enact moments. In this group, we will write of our own inner and outer worlds in a way that engages us with the deep truth of who we are. This will be a small workshop limited to eight participants. You can apply to attend by filling in the enrollment form accompanied by an application letting us know your previous group experience, writing experience and what you hope to develop in yourself.

There will breaks for swimming, and walking, kayaks and bikes available.

Workshop Information

Date & Time: 6:00 PM Friday 30th November to 4:00 PM Sunday 2nd December 2018

Fee:       $ 400.00 inc GST.

Where:  The venue for this workshop is beautiful Onerahi on the outskirts of Whangarei overlooking the harbour, walking distance from Whangarei airport and a couple of hours drive north of Auckland.  The tranquil setting and convenient writing spaces should get your creative juices flowing.

Accommodation: You can make your own accommodation bookings. There are a range of AirBnB’s available in Onerahi  (we can pick you up and drop you back if they are not within walking distance) and there are two double rooms available at the venue; both would also be suitable for a couple.

Meals:     These meals are included: a light supper on Friday night; lunch and dinner on Saturday, lunch on Sunday; all morning and afternoon teas and snacks. Breakfasts will be self-catered.

Sara Crane

Sara Crane

Sara started writing as a child and has published two books of poetry, loves creating children’s stories and challenges herself to produce professional articles about her work. She delights in encouraging others to enjoy writing.

Marilyn Sutcliffe

Marilyn Sutcliffe

Marilyn has been running Journal Process workshops for over 20 years. She sees psychodrama enactment and journal process as kindred experiences where the heart, mind and body are integrated.