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Yoga + Writing Accountability Bootcamp with H.V. Cramond


Join us IN-PERSON for our yoga and writing class this summer.

Start Date

July 6

Class Times

6:30pm – 9:00pm CT

Day(s) of the Week



Chicago Studio






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If you have been struggling to start or make progress on a project, or if you tend to lose focus in the summer, this is the class for you. Each week we will start with a physical yoga practice. Then, students will share their goals or intentions for the session. Prompts will be provided, and starting in week 2, prompts and readings will be tailored to students’ individual project goals and productivity blocks.

Some sample readings might include selections from Anne Lamott’s Bird by Bird, Ranier Maria Rilke’s Letters to a Young Poet, or Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi’s Flow.

At the end of each session, students will share their progress and goals for the upcoming week. Accountability check-ins with the instructor will be available in between classes. By the end of the class, students should have developed a regular writing practice that fits into their own life and supports the goals of their project.

THIS IS AN IN-PERSON CLASS. Please review our vaccination policy. If you register for class, we’ll follow up and request proof of vaccination before confirming you in the course.

About Heather Cramond

H. V. CRAMOND is an RYT-500 yoga teacher and holds an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She currently teaches writing at Loyola University Chicago and Columbia College and has taught classes from her Upward Facing Writer Series, which combines yoga, meditation, and writing, at Story Studio Chicago and Yoga Tree. She was the founding Poetry Editor of Requited Journal for 10 years. Tenure Track,/i>, the musical she co-wrote with Cayenne Sullivan was featured in the Premier Premieres festival of new musicals in June 2016. Some recent and forthcoming work can be found in Soundless Poetry, Ignavia, death hums, Crack the Spine, BlazeVOX, Menacing Hedge, Adanna, So to Speak, Thank You for Swallowing, Dusie, Masque & Spectacle, Matter, and elsewhere. You can read more of her writing at hvcramond.com