Curiosity about what and who is around the next bend or beyond the curve of the horizon has fueled Lisa Alpine's voyaging since she left home at 18 to live in Paris. She has owned an import company, published a newspaper and, for the last quarter century she has been a professional writer. Her short stories appear in numerous anthologies, from I Should of Stayed Home, Hyena’s Laughed at Me and Now I Know Why, to Lonely Planet’s Tales From Nowhere. Lisa teaches writing at The Writing Salon in San Francisco and at her home studio in Marin County. For details on her writing workshop calendar, visit www.lisaalpine.com
Lisa has also been teaching dance as a healing art form for over 16 years at retreat centers around the world. She is known for her intuitive ability in assisting people in opening up their bodies in order to free their expressive ability. Visit www.danceweaver.com for details on dancing activities and offerings.
Dancing, writing, whitewater kayaking, gardening, swimming in the ocean.
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