This class explores the fertile intersection of nature and writing—how the natural world inspires our writing, and how writing offers a powerful bridge to a deep and nourishing connection with nature.
What to expect:
Writing is approached as a resource for exploration, illumination, and healing rather than a technique to be perfected; sharing writing is encouraged but not required.
Program includes six live group calls, optional homework, an optional buddy, and the opportunity to participate in monthly drop-in writing groups for those who have completed this series. (Call recordings are shared with participants.)
Led by author and nature connection guide Kai Siedenburg
Limited to eight participants to help ensure a quality experience. No previous training or experience is required—simply interest in writing and openness to a deeper connection with nature.
The series starting on February 23 is full. To join the wait list for a future series, contact Kai.
What people are saying:
“This was a remarkably healing experience. It helped me navigate some of the sadness and hopelessness that seem to seep in even with all of my practices. It also deepened my felt sense of not just being connected to nature but being of nature.”
“I loved this course so much! Kai created an environment that was fun, safe and fruitful… I also learned a great deal about myself and was able to explore some emotionally-charged questions that I had been afraid to ask. I wrote more during this six-week course than I had written in the past six months! Connecting with nature, the writing, the poetry, the grounding… everything about it was thoughtful and purposeful. I didn’t want it to end!”
—Annie, Retired CFO and passionate volunteer
“This class gave me powerful tools to enter into a more loving and connected relationship with nature. It helped me experience places I have visited many times (including a national forest and my own backyard) in new ways, and unlocked important realizations about my relationships with them. With Kai’s gentle and wise guidance, I processed a lot of grief and guilt, experienced healing and deep joy, and discovered how I want to uniquely talk to, play with, and care for the Earth.”
—Akemi, Creative Facilitator
Themes for weekly calls
Week 1: Saying “Yes” to Nature
Week 2: Senses and Presence
Week 3: Motion and Stillness
Week 4: Love and Gratitude
Week 5: Kinship and Communication
Week 6: Nature, Writing, and Healing
View call topics and activities by week.
Questions? Answers? Contact Kai