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Creating Wellness through Self-Reflection

The goal of this workshop is to encourage self-reflection. Oftentimes the keys to many aspects of our wellness lies within us. I will encourage attendees to create their own reminders through self-reflection, conversation, poetic expression and sharing that poetic expression. The workshop will bring to the surface simple aspects of self-care that can very easily be forgotten through the movement of our day to day life. Attendees can look forward to both moments of silent reflection and collaboration with fellow writers. The goal is to remind writers and creatives and humans that while part of our purpose is to share our gifts, that takes intention and energy, so we must take moments to center ourselves.

Instructor: Nailah Muhammad aka Vision is a daughter, mother, sister, and friend. She is a Program Coordinator for a Maternal and Infant Health program with Neighborhood Leadership Institute. She is also a Spoken word artist, published author, playwright, and wedding poet. She has been writing and performing in Cleveland and all over the US for over 15 years. She is a member of the OAPN the Ohio Arts Professionals Network recently showcasing at Playhouse Square, The Maltz Auditorium and Severance Hall along with many other locations. Her works have been featured in various publications with Literary Cleveland. She has also recently completed her book "With Vision A Collection of Poetry for Women Who Desire to Be Seen" and believes that words can give life or take it away, so she uses hers to give life and healing for those who stand to listen....


Details: Creating Wellness through Self-Reflection takes place Saturday August 10 from 10 am-12pm in-person at Literary Cleveland's offices, 13002 Larchmere Blvd in Cleveland.

Prerequisite: None

Genre: Poetry

Level: All levels.

Format: Craft talk and interactive workshop.

Location: This class takes place Saturday August 10 from 10 am-12pm in-person at Literary Cleveland's offices, 13002 Larchmere Blvd in Cleveland.

Size: Limited to 35 participants.

Scholarships: Two scholarship spots are available for this class for writers in Northeast Ohio. Apply by April 15.

Cancellations & Refunds: Cancel at least 48 hours in advance of the first class meeting to receive a full refund. Email


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