Many of our classes are offered on Zoom while others will meet in person at locations in Greenfield, Northampton, Easthampton, Holyoke, and Springfield, Massachusetts.
Please check carefully for location information.
Zoom classes: registered participants will receive an email with instructions for Zoom access the day before the scheduled class.
Registration is required for all Truth School classes.
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Keeping the Light Bright! A Writing Workshop for a Community with Something to Say
February 8 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm ESTFree
With the world turned upside down, worry, uncertainty, and negativity are dulling our senses. This workshop is an opportunity to buff up the creative muscle within you so you can do your best work, be flooded with creativity and flow, and have people take notice of your words and thoughts. Come prepared to do some writing together. You will be given a tool kit of strategies to keep your creative spirit brilliant.<brs:
Sauda Garrett is an intuitive empath and transformational coach. She brings clarity where things are murky and seeks ways for brightening and maintaining one’s own light. She has lived on both coasts, in the Southwest, Southeast, and Western Massachusetts, and found lasting community in all places. She is a writer, mother of two, trained as a midwife in the border town of El Paso, Texas, and is a former teacher of students being held in juvenile detention. Her career has been spent working in populations experiencing the most need, and the most challenges. She was raised with the understanding that the gifts we are given are to be shared, and that serving one’s community is an act of love. Her passion for writing and self-expression is based in kindness and knowledge of self. She believes that knowing who you are is necessary in order to understand those around us, especially those who differ. Sauda loves to sing when there is no one else around, she loves to cook as a form of meditation and she has many stories to tell.