The Creativity Workshop in Prague

July 18 - 22 , 2016 9 AM to 12:30 PM each day

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Early registration: $100 off if you register by January 15, 2016.

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Program Overview

  • The Creativity Workshop in Prague will help you become more creative in your personal and professional life; the creativity training we provide uses the tools of creative writing, memoir, art, photography, storytelling, mapmaking, and guided visualization.
  • Participants come from many different countries and professional fields, including business, education, psychology, the sciences,
    and the arts.
  • Many people who have taken the Workshop say that it was a transformative experience, helping them to write their books,start new companies, complete long overdue projects, transition to rewarding retirements, and change the way they look at life.

Program Details

  • The Creativity Workshop in Prague meets for 5 days, 3 1/2 hours per day (from 9:00 AM to 12:30 PM). You will have the rest of your time free to take in this breathtaking city,famous for its blocks of original Baroque and Art Nouveaus buildings.
  • Class will be held at Hotel Paris, a beautiful Art Nouveau building in Prague’s historical center, in a section primarlly open to pridostrlans only. From here,you will be within easy walking distance of Old Town Square and Wenceslas Square.

What Will You Learn?

The Creativity Workshop is an experiential workshop of doing and experimenting. Our exercises and instructors’ talks focus on helping you:

  • Learn practical techniques to stimulate your imagination and innovative thinking.
  • Explore the process of creativity, rather than simply focusing on the product.
  • Discover how to find inspiration in the world around you.
  • Get over creative blocks and the fear of failure.

More on What You Will Learn

Daily Schedule

Here is a sampling of just some of the exercises and techniques we will be working with in class. Participants tell us the time in workshop seems to fly by. The order and kinds of exercises and the instructors’ talks may vary. Some exercises are done individually while others are collaborative.

Sunday, July 17,2016:Arrival. Free day

Time for you to settle in and relax.

Monday, July 18:First day of workshop

Introduction: to the hows and whys of The Creativity Workshop.
Relaxation: Exercises in relaxation techniques to help your imagination flow.
Guided Visualization:Calling forth the vocabulary of your imagination using the myth of the hero’s journey as a framework.
Automatic Drawing excercise: Finding your hidden imagery.
Show and Tell: Retrieving and sharing childhood memories to spark new ideas. This exercise will sharpen your storytelling skills.
Instructors’ talk: How some famous writers, scientists, and artists found their inspiration, and how you can use some of their methods to find yours.

More on Daily Schedule

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Special Offers

Save on packages for The Creativity Workshop with our Special Offers.

Offers are not combinable.

    • $400 off for participants taking the workshop for the third or more times. (Offer does not apply to Workshops in New York, Dubai and Singapore.)
    • $300 off for participants taking the workshop for the second time. (Offer does not apply to Workshops in New York, Dubai and Singapore.)
    • $100 off for participants taking the workshop for the second or more times in New York, Singapore and Dubai.

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    “A new self-awareness came to light for me during the Prague
    Workshop, a realization that the creative and personal issues of
    my life were not there byaccident, that they were in fact central
    to my growth. I reached this awareness due to the Workshop’s
    special exercises focused on Prague. What was remote became
    intimate, and your view of yourself and your perception of the
    past, present and future is amplified.”

    Stephen Bracco, Freelance Writer, Brooklyn, NY

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