OARS in the Water: Courage
July 12th 7:00pm-8:30pm EDT
Hosted by Noa Baum and Regi Carpenter
Presented by: HSA
Courage is the ability to do something that frightens us, or to display strength in the face of pain or grief. Join us to explore stories of courage and fear in our lives, our work and our communities.
OARS in the Water is a facilitated Zoom gathering on the second and fourth Wednesday of the month offered by Healing Story Alliance to create a listening space to share the experiences and stories that have emerged through turbulent times. This is not a therapeutic circle but we do hope it will be healing, supportive and inspiring. Admission is free, although donations are deeply appreciated and help support our programming. Your tax deductible donation can be made here:
We’ll gather via Zoom. Here is the NEW link:
About our Hosts for July 12th
Booklist describes Regi Carpenter’s work as “an empathic voice that leaves you wanting more.” Regi is an award winning international storyteller, author and coach. She is working with medical professionals to include stories as medicine that calms and comforts. Her award winning book “Where There’s Smoke, There’s Dinner” chronicles growing up in a small town on a big river with an undercurrent.
Noa Baum is described by the Washington Post as someone who “spreads cultural truths that eclipse geopolitical boundaries…”. Born and raised in Israel, Noa is an award-winning storyteller, author and coach focusing on the power of narrative to heal across divides of identity and build bridges of peace. She was an actress at Jerusalem Khan Theater, studied with Uta Hagen in NYC and holds an M.A. from NYU in drama therapy. Noa presented at The World Bank; Mayo Clinic; NSA; National storytelling Festival, Kennedy Center; USDA, and Stanford University. Noa’s memoir A Land Twice Promised won several awards including the Anne Izard Storytellers Choice Award. How the Birds Became Friends is her new children’s book.
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