Upcoming Events with Dr Natalie Lancer….
Brain Fuel Writing Retreat
When: 11th-14th July 2022
Where: A 4* hotel near Stratford Upon Avon.
What: Writing retreat for Doctoral and Master’s students led by Dr Natalie Lancer (a.k.a The Uni Coach)
Join our small group in Stratford-Upon-Avon to empty your head of everything but your academic work for a four day creative, structured, in person writing retreat.
Natalie helps delegates set goals for the day, leads group coaching creativity exercises, and gives a one-to-one coaching session to each delegate. On the first two evenings, there are evening workshops encouraging big picture thinking on your academic work or book.
By the end of the retreat, you will achieve clarity on your topics and arguments, you will build an extreme amount of momentum and you will have taken strides in your writing. It’s a productive, immersive and energising experience.
Each delegate will get:
- Four days of an intensive and productive writing environment
- Fast-tracking techniques to get your ideas on paper though daily writing exercises
- A one-to-one coaching session from Natalie Lancer, an award-winning Chartered Coaching Psychologist to burst through any obstacles or limiting beliefs
- Undivided attention and support for four days in an intimate group setting
- A motivating environment, surrounded by like-minded individuals to get your creative juices flowing
- Ample designated, focussed writing time without any external distractions
- Beautiful surrounding in which to have breaks
- Lovely food to sustain you! All dietary requirements are catered for.
To reserve your place or to ask any questions, please email [email protected]
Brain Fuel Writing Retreat
With Dr Natalie Lancer
If you would like to know dates for the next retreat please email [email protected]
On April 11th -14th 2022 we are holding our first in person Brain Fuel Writing Retreat in a secluded retreat house outside Newcastle.
Natalie has been there many times and each time got loads of work done.
If you have been to a Mega Study Hub then it will be similar but IN PERSON!!!
Lots of creative and motivational exercises, plenty of time to write in a group, one to one coaching, lots of delicious food, beautiful Northumberland walks and you will be in the company of 18 ideas people – mostly PhD students and a few writers and thought leaders who need the space and time to think.
Places are strictly limited to 18 people. To book please email [email protected]
Price is £550.
Please note you will have to arrange your own transport to Newcastle Station and then a taxi to the Retreat House. You are welcome to drive as there is plenty of parking.
All dietary requirements are catered for.
Monday 11th April 2022
Arrive by 3pm for welcome tea and cake. Check in to rooms at 4pm. Start our creativity and motivational exercises and writing at 430pm.
Dinner 6pm. Evening workshop given by Natalie.
Tuesday 12th April 2022
Breakfast, Lunch, Tea, Dinner, study sprints, walk after lunch, one to one coaching, creative and motivational exercises, evening talk given by Natalie.
Wednesday 13th April 2022
Breakfast, Lunch, Tea, Dinner, study sprints, walk after lunch, one to one coaching, creative and motivational exercises, evening workshop given by Natalie.
Thursday 14th April 2022
Breakfast, study sprints, creative and motivational exercises, Lunch at 12.30
End of retreat 1.30pm
If you need to cancel, you will be offered a place at the next online Mega and usual Study Hubs.
If you have any questions please email [email protected]
Rhetoric and Smart Self-Care for Thesis Writers
With Professor Rowena Murray and Dr Natalie Lancer
Are you a Doctoral or Master’s student who:
- Feels they don’t write enough?
- Is not confident about what they are writing?
- Is spiralling out of control?
If so, come and hear Professor Rowena Murray and Dr Natalie Lancer discuss ‘Rhetoric and Smart self-care for Thesis writers’.
Anchorage Educational Services
Wednesday 12th May 2021: 8-9.15pm (London GMT)
Please pay here: https://natalielancer.lpages.co/when-what-works-stops-working/
· Do you feel resistant to writing?
· Is your creative process unravelling?
· Do you want to regain control over your writing?
Academic writing retreat hosts Professor Rowena Murray and Dr Natalie Lancer take a pragmatic approach to jumpstarting your thesis writing. In “When ‘what works’ stops working”, we discuss:
· How the ‘stops working’ presents
· Why it happens and
· What to do about it
You will gain lots of practical tools to get your writing back on track.
We will email you the Zoom link upon payment. Please check your junk folder. Go here to pay: https://natalielancer.lpages.co/when-what-works-stops-working/
If you have any questions please email Natalie Lancer on [email protected]
I am running a programme which will equip you to have conversations with your delegates that enable them to think creatively about what it is that they are doing. I have skills, models, tools and exercises to impart, which you can take, adapt and use in your own contexts.
Tuesday 4th May 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 11th May 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 18th May 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 25th May 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 1st June 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 8th June 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 15th June 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 22nd June 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 29th June 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
Tuesday 6th July 2021, 7.30-9.30pm
10th February 2021: 8-9pm (London GMT)
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Retreat hosts Professor Rowena Murray and Dr Natalie Lancer offer strategies to rekindle the joy in your academic writing.
Do you need to rekindle the love of writing?
Does thinking about writing your chapter or paper fill you with dread?
Is writing something you put off to avoid the pain?
Professor Rowena Murray and Natalie Lancer get to the nub of these issues. Join them for an informal evening, full of writing tips to bring the joy back in to your work. They will be talking about:
The joy of privileging writing over everything else – what that means and how we do it.
The joy of just writing – not doing several things at once, as writing is itself doing several things at once.
Why it is motivating to have specific writing goals and to achieve them.
The joy of writing with others – productive talk and productive silence.
The joy of ‘discipline’ – fixed times and proper breaks.
The joy of doing intellectual work.