I want you to use your voice.
want you to use your hands.
To express your deepest truth.
The personal is political.
I create soul-nourishing, wildly fun opportunities for women to engage with their interior treasures for the benefit of all.
Suzi is an artist, actress, writer, teacher, community organizer, and mom. She’s devoted to illuminating the gifts within each woman she meets and providing a sacred space for those gifts to be experienced and shared. She is the editor and publisher of An Anthology of Babes: 36 Women Give Motherhood a Voice, and has written for Literary Mama, Rebelle Society, Studio Mothers, Mother Writer Mentor, Asbarez, Story of Mum, Creative Mothers at Megan Gray Arts, the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts and she is a monthly contributor to Berkshire Family Focus.
Suzi is also the producer of Out of the Mouths of Babes for the annual Berkshire Festival of Women Writers. She has written for and performed in Motherhood Outloud at the Unicorn Theater and for Boston production of Expressing Motherhood, and has a long history in theater in New York City. A multi-talented creative, Suzi has run her own couturier business, sewn for the Martha Graham Dance Company and the creative team of the Muppets, and served as a garden instructor for the Great Barrington Rudolf Steiner School.
Today, Suzi inspires hundreds of women every year into creative practices that connect them with their truth toward a joyful and nourishing sense of service to one another, their families, and their communities. Learn more about her offerings here. We’re stronger together.
In addition to being a practicing yogi and a long-time student of meditation, mindfulness, and non-violent communication, she is a devoted wife and mom to two big kids and lives with her family in the Berkshires of western Massachusetts.
“Creative inquiry is an inside job. We are often inspired by the beauty of nature, art, and craft, color and materials. But it is in taking time, taking stock, and valuing or own sensations, perceptions, experiences that reveals to each of us our own voice, our own purpose. When we recognize, reclaim, integrate our orphaned experiences, we re-establish broken inner connections in ways that restore us to wholeness.
Suzi’s work speaks to the power of this recognition. Holding space for people to tap into their creativity, to see that space as sacred, to experience it as their best resource, and to then form communities for the sharing of the gifts from that resource has become her life’s work.”
– Sara Eisenberg, Healer and Founder of A Life of Practice
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