Explore the Landscapes of Story & Telling in 4 Weekly Sessions

The Story Landscape afternoon sessions in March 2022 were a success & plans are underway to schedule another series.
Check back for dates.

Wednesdays: 2:00pm-4pm EST (check your timezone)
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Connie is excited to offer a new online learning opportunity to grow your storytelling voice and creativity! Join her on Wednesday afternoons (check your timezoneto explore

Very encouraging—I can do this!

This was an excellent training session. I can’t wait to utilize my new ‘knowledge’ thank you.

If you want to become comfortable with yourself telling stories to others, this is the way. Connie is very good at teaching. I am shocked at how far I came!

Class Participants

 “The Landscapes of Story and Telling.” These four story-work sessions with a weekly format allows for skills to grow over time while encouraging a consistency in discovering, revisiting and refining your stories.

During these weekly sessions participants are invited to:

  • Draw on memories & traditional stories in developing and growing your stories
  • Work with partners and in small groups to illuminate new viewpoints
  • Expand practice of deep listening and appreciative feedback
  • Increase confidence in giving voice to your stories
  • Cultivate your skills and delight in telling stories

All are welcome: Connie’s current and former students as well as newcomers.

Please join us on Wednesday afternoons on Zoom as we create an encouraging, playful and appreciative community in celebration of stories and creativity.

Explore the Landscapes of Story & Telling

Week 1 – Seedlings & Roots

Week 2 – Vistas & Viewpoints

Week 3 – Pathways & Guideposts

Week 4 – Horizons


$195 for all 4 sessions
“Bring a Friend” discount (Bring a friend who has not studied with Connie and both receive a 10% discount)
Register Now!

As a teacher, Connie Regan-Blake creates a fun, welcoming environment while guiding her students to new heights of creativity, exploration and learning.  Her teachings can be useful in your professional life in the business world, with family and friends around the supper table, in a virtual setting, or an in-person stage performance.  These storytelling classes can benefit writers, teachers, sales professionals, poets, grandparents, storytellers, youth workers, ministers, students, attorneys, presenters, & all those curious.

I appreciate all the heartwarming take-aways. I am leaving with a more open heart and mind. It has transcended not only my role as a teller and listener, but also my role as a friend, neighbor, community member, teacher, and so on. – Workshop Participant

More details: Promo photo of teller needed for early publicity. Contact Connie for suggestions and options.  This workshop is limited to six participants, so reserve your place now with a $150 deposit (fully refundable until 10/8/2020.).  Make checks payable to Connie Regan-Blake and mail with the Printable Registration Form to the address listed on it. If you would like to pay with credit card/PayPal (with a 3% service charge), please email Connie the information on the Registration Form.
Early enrollment encouraged, space is limited (minimum 10 participants)

WHAT: 4 weekly story & telling sessions, two hours each with Connie Regan-Blake

WHEN: Wednesdays 2-4pm EST (check your timezone)

WHERE: Zoom (register to receive link to the story sessions)

CEU CREDITS: Check with your local unit for prior approval. Asheville City Schools call 828-350-6112; Buncombe County call 828-255-5883.

CONSENT: By registering and participating in this event, you consent to the recording of your likeness, image, and/or voice and authorize StoryWindow to use photographs, video, and audio recordings containing your likeness, image, and/or voice in any medium for any purpose.

Still not sure if this series is for you? Feel free to contact Connie with any questions through the form below.

Your masterful storytelling leads the way for each of us to develop into individual storytellers that continue the oral tradition in the best way possible, by sharing our own stories.

I am so excited to welcome Connie Regan-Blake’s storytelling students. Connie holds a very special place in my heart, and so does storytelling. In the words of our beloved Appalachian storyteller Ray Hicks, and Connie’s license plate: Tell On!

Laura Hope-Gill
Director of M.A. Writing Program
Lenoir-Rhyne University

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