Writing for Wellbeing with Poonam aims to help you in a positive and creative way.
Thursday 12 November
6.30 – 8.30pm
£35 per person
In this two hour Wellbeing workshop Poonam guides you through specific writing activities designed to help release the words within you in a positive and creative way. You will also discover how you can use these writing activities throughout life.
Writing doesn’t always have to be a solitary experience. And that is what makes group workshop so great; they are enhanced by the support and energy of other participants. We will also be sure to begin with warm up writing games to chase away those “I can’t write anything” jitters.
No previous experience is needed. And what’s more, it all takes place in a supportive, nurturing, non-judgemental space. You never have to read out anything you have written—so take comfort in writing whatever you want and in whatever style you want!
Writing for Wellbeing with Poonam will help you
- Focus on the key aspects of wellbeing: positive thinking, calmness, and mindfulness
- Encourage staying in the present
- Increase your self-awareness
- Inspire a fresh sense of perspective
- Improve your mood
- Unlock your creative potential
- Promote kindness, clarity, and insight
- Enhance your decision-making and ability to achieve your goals
- Prioritise self-care
- Release your anxiety and stress
About the Tutor
Dr. Poonam Madar is a visual sociologist, life coach and writer. She specialises in the Sociology of Emotions and writes on social issues and factors that influence our human condition. For two years (2017-2019), Poonam was a Sprint coach and mentor; an immersive personal development programme that aims to inspire and empower women in achieving their goals.
After winning a research scholarship at the University of Warwick, Poonam obtained a PhD in Sociology in 2013. Since then, she has lectured across Universities in and around London as well as featuring as a guest speaker at a number of speaking events in the UK and beyond.