Welcome to the Refuge!

This confirms your purchase for this Sunday’s Writing Refuge: Online! 

Thank you for registering; I’m so glad that you will be joining us! 

Together we will create a container of time and space to attune to our writing. 

Get ready to get calm and go deep or, as I like to say, let go and lean in… 

Writing Refuge: Online happens on the last Sunday of the month, from 1-3 p.m. 

To prepare for our time together please… 

  • Set up your space in advance–notebook, pen, tea or coffee, snacks, whatever you need–so that all you have to do is arrive
  • Come 5-10 minutes early so that we have time to get everyone on the call and settled in before beginning
  • Bring curiosity and a spirit of play… you never know where writing to prompts will take you!
  • Review our cancellation policy and other information in the FAQ
  • Watch your email for the ZOOM link! 

Frequently Asked Questions

I suggest having a notebook to write longhand as I believe that this enables us to connect on a more physical, intuitive level with our work, but if you’re more comfortable on a laptop, have at it! Plus, snacks, a drink, and any items that will help sharpen your creative focus (a lit candle, for example). And, of course, an attitude of curiosity and playfulness always helps 🙂

The enrolment fee is non-refundable so please sure you can come! If I have to cancel due to low numbers (I need a minimum of three) or other reasons, you will be completely refunded (or you can opt to apply your payment to the next Refuge). 

You can, but you can also come in with an attitude of curiosity about what will arrive on the blank page. This is a space for creative connection and ‘letting go and leaning in’… see where the words take you! 

I’m available to answer them! You can shoot me a note at lauren@wildgroundwriting.com or book a call with me by following this link

Wild Ground Writing Retreats’ head office is located on Treaty One Territory, the traditional territory of the Anishnaabe, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dene, and Dakota peoples and the homeland of the Red River Metis. As treaty people, we are grateful to make our home and livelihood on this land and endeavour to act in support of reconciliation.