Proprioceptive Writing

Proprioceptive Writing

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For writers and non-writers alike, Proprioceptive Writing (PW) is a pathway to increased self awareness that combines elements of meditation, music, and neuroscience to create a space in which spirit may rise.

Unlock your Authentic Voice and discover the richness of your own life experiences

Developed in New York City in the 1970s by Linda Trichter-Metcalf and Tobin Simon, this method of inquiry into language is a mindfulness writing practice used by people all over the world to locate themselves in their thinking.  All it takes to “have a write” is a 20-25 minute playlist of Baroque (Bach) music, blank white paper, a pen, a candle, and a few very simple instructions.

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CONSCIOUSNESS RAISING WITH PW©

Thursday evenings in September, 8-9pm EST

Phone-in conference call class with certified teacher Lulu Ekiert, this course introduces students to the Proprioceptive Writing Method as a tool for clearer thinking, better listening, and accessing the authentic self.

$5-10 drop-in fee (or equivalent energetic exchange)

email lulu.ekiert@gmail.com to register and get conference instructions


PRIVATE COACHING

Usually done over the phone and via email exchange, learn how to make space for a Proprioceptive Writing practice of your own, receive guidance on maintaining your PW practice, and delve into concepts like identity, race, gender, class, culture, and language with one-on-one attention from certified teacher Lulu Ekiert.

$300 for six sessions / $60 for one session

email lulu.ekiert@gmail.com to schedule your private session


Proprioceptive Writing is a method for facilitating emotional health, spiritual awakening, creative breakthroughs, and better writing.  A technique for exploring the mind through writing, it is so easy that anyone can learn it.

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PW is widely recognized as

  • an adjunct to the therapeutic arts
  • a form of meditation
  • a valuable tool, both for people wishing to write and for those facing writing blocks