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Let's gather. Let's connect. Let's write. 

Join me for some True Nature Writing!

Gentle into your writing, and into 2023. 
Gather with a small group of writers in an online class:

Online Classes


As we navigate the ups and downs of our lives, and the joys and challenges of our everyday, it can be difficult to stay in touch with what matters most. A writing practice is a great way to tap into our own truth, and the beautiful solid ground beneath our feet. Join me around the virtual writing table, and we'll write. Inspired by poetry, rich prose and nature, and fuelled by the creative magic that happens in a supportive group, we'll write. We'll mine our truths and our stories. We'll feel connected - to nature, to each other, and to our own resilience and vitality. Click here for the full description of True Nature Writing. 

One-off Saturday Sessions: $30 

Try out True Nature Writing via a single session, or, for returning students who can't commit to a series right now, come to a monthly class or two to refresh your writing practice. Have a friend who might be interested? Invite them to sign up too. First Saturday of the month.

  • January 7,  9:30 - 11:00 am CST 

  • February 4,  9:30 - 11:00 am CST

  • March 4,  9:30 - 11:00 am CST 

  • April 1, 9:30 - 11:00 am CST

          New dates may be added. Watch this space!


Multi-week sessions:

Treat yourself to the gift of some writing time. As the new year begins, you can start into or re-commit to your projects and the creative work that has been calling. Join me and a small group of fabulous folks and settle into a regular writing practice. Inspired by poetry and the nature around us, we'll write, we'll notice, we'll tune into ourselves, our stories, and the beauty of our world in winter and as the season progresses.

In each Ninety-Minute Zoom session, we gather, do a short warm-up, then write three times and share our writing. You'll come away with a sense of vitality and gratitude, growing confidence in your written voice, and lots of writing in your notebook. 

Choose your day and the series that work for you:

  • Tuesdays evenings: 7:00 - 8:30 pm CST

    • Winter Series, January 10 - February 28, Eight classes, $200

    • Into Spring Series, March 14 - May 2, Eight classes, $200

    • Summer Series, May 16 - June 27, Seven classes, $175

      • Register for both Winter and Into Spring (Jan 10 - May 2, no class March 7): $380

      • Register for all three series (Jan 10 - Jun 27, no class March 7 or May 9); $540


  • Wednesdays mornings: 9:30 - 11:00 am CST

    • Winter Series, January 11 - March 1, Eight classes, $200

    • Into Spring Series, March 15 - May 3, Eight classes, $200

    • Summer Alive Series, May 17 - June 28, Seven classes, $175

      • Register for both Winter and Into Spring (Jan 11 - May 3, no class March 8): $380

      • Register for all three series (Jan 11 - Jun 28, no class March 8 or May 10); $540


NEW!! Midweek noon hour energizer: Want to write in your lunch break? We'll meet online and jump right in. Each focused Fifty-Minute Zoom session will include two timed writing sessions, inspired by poetry and prompts and supported by the process and others in the group. Your writing will be fast, messy and powerful. Note that you'll need a place where you can have quiet and privacy (e.g. an office with a door). 


Wednesdays: ​12:05 - 12:55 pm CST

  • February 8 - March 1, Four classes, $80

  • April 12 - May 3, Four classes, $80

Additional class times may be added. If you'd like to take part in a class but the scheduled times don't work for you, get in touch and let me know what works for you, and I'll keep it mind for future planning. 

Registration fees in Canadian dollars. Sliding scale available. 

Online classes are limited to 7 participants. 

For more info and to register:

Collaborations and Custom Classes  

I'm happy to bring True Nature Writing to you. I can be a guest at your writing or book club, your workplace staff retreat or professional development day, or a gathering of friends. Via zoom or in-person. Drop me an email and let's see if we can make something work.


I also love to collaborate with other programs and teachers. If you teach yoga, mindfulness, photography, visual art, music, outdoor education, to name a few, and feel that True Nature Writing might benefit your students, let's talk! 


True Nature Writing is part of the Songs4Nature Program, co-ordinated by the Royal Sask Museum. Stay tuned for the next songwriting camp, to be held in spring of 2023. In the meantime, have a listen to some of the music that has been created at these camps:

Register now for upcoming sessions!

Contact me at for updates and to learn more. 

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