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Join us for a two-part workshop where you will explore your inner landscape through the art of storytelling. Leah Lamb, known storyteller and performance artist, will lead you through this experiential and interactive workshop. Carefully crafted exercises and activities will provide you the time to tap into your creativity, and to reflect and explore your personal story through writing, sharing, and performing. The mountains and rivers of Colorado will be our guide as we explore the connection to the natural world and your wild nature. No writing or storytelling experience necessary, and all forms of storytellers are welcome.

Days 1-3, Part 1, will explore developing your creative process, addressing and playing with the inner critic, the of use nature to inform our storytelling, and using symbols and metaphors in story.

Days 4 and 5, Part 2, will go deeper as we focus on how to develop and use intuition to connect with creative source. We will explore several different techniques, and deepen the work of using symbols in nature.

Come for just the first three days for $490 or stay for all five for $675. Prices include all programming led by Leah Lamb, lodging, meals for your stay, and are based on double occupancy. Single occupancy rooms and cabin stays available for an additional cost.


Check-in begins on August 13th at 3 pm. Participants in Part 1 only check out after breakfast on August 17th by 10 am. Participants in the entire program enjoy a late check out August 18th after the conclusion of the workshop at 12 pm (lunch is not included on the 18th).


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Leah studied at the Neighborhood Playhouse in NYC and with many masters of story in theater, film, and the ancient art of storytelling. Her storytelling spans the mediums of theater, film and writing; she launched The Green Channel at the Emmy award winning television network Current TV, and has written for National Geographic News Watch, GOOD Inc, Planet Green, and The Huffington Post. She is in the process of completing her first novel, The Whale Dreamer. Ultimately, her work is about helping people understand the power of story in their life, connect to their divine self, and reclaim the stories we tell each other in our day to day lives.