The Somatic Memoir Lab: 

Free Masterclass

Ignite the Spirit of  Your Book:
Nine Steps to Write and Publish a Memoir or Nonfiction Book with Somatic Writing 

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Free Somatic Writing Circle

Writing with the Ancestors 

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The Somatic
Writing Circle

The Somatic Writing Circle is an intimate writing experience. It's a space to be seen, witnessed and to engage deeply. If you are planning on attending, please set up in a quite place, with your Zoom camera on. Bring pen and paper so you can write by hand.

“Memoir Lab is getting me writing and taking me deep into my story in a way I couldn't or wouldn't have done on my own. It works! 

Tanya has a gift and that gift is to help you find the deepest truth, and then she holds your feet to the fire until you tell it to the best of your ability. 

Being in the group is so supportive -- taking the isolation out of being a writer, and also out of the past I’m writing about in which I felt so alone. It's helping me find the voice I lost as a child, or probably more accurately never had or developed, and giving it the space to develop now.”

~ Diana Lightmoon,

Psychotherapist & Writer 

“Tanya is at once gentle and challenging. I have faith she can coax out the real story that wants to be told. She understands how we stop ourselves and how to bypass those obstacles. I’m coming to understand that the story doesn't have to be about ‘how I became a perfected being;’ it can be about the angst and doubt and messiness of who we really are.”

Juliet Calabi,


“I have been coached and trained by over 50 writers across the world, some with huge international recognition, and not one has ever opened me to myself the way Tanya does. Tanya is a powerful guide through the chaotic and often painful journey of writing and discovery.


If you've decided to write directly toward the truth no matter where it goes and you've found it challenging, lonely or scary... this is the answer. If you are a writer or aspiring to be, and you want a safe and powerful container to find your voice in writing, I can't recommend Tanya enough.”

Andrya Allen,

Founder of Vox Verba & Writer