Reflections on Tickle Your Story Bones Workshop





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Published on Jul 13, 2017

“Storytelling is the way for me to preserve memories”

“Like you said, it’s okay to laugh. It’s okay to cry. It’s okay to be Baby Hippo. You can always be a Baby Hippo even if you are 50 years old. That’s what my grandmother taught me.”

“I am still skeptical about whether I’d be able to bind my audience.”

“I have started seeing books in a different way!”

“I’ve done some bit of storytelling in the past but this workshop has brought a lot of clarity.”

“Storytelling is a whole new world. It is not as simple. It’s not a piece of a cake! It requires a lot of concentrated effort, your love and passion to be put together.”

“I came here to explore how storytelling can be used as pedagogy. Now that I’m here I see it is a lot of fun and I enjoy it so much that I don’t mind being a storyteller myself!”

“I didn’t realise that storytelling would be so much deeper!”

#Storytelling is a journey...a journey that takes the teller inward searching for an identity. It is only when they find themselves do they embark on an outward journey empowered enough to touch lives with their storytelling.

Tickle Your Story Bones affects people very differently. Hear from the participants itself...

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