CBS’ 60 Minutes profiled this National and International Slam Poetry Champion, Renowned Teaching Artist, TEDEd Speaker (with over 450,000 views), and Grief Guide, Gayle Danley, and now she is providing sacred space for you in her Zoom Room.
This one on one 'Zoom in' is for all of us seeking relief from the isolation of the pandemic.
Specifically it’s for those of us who want to:
- Feel alive, beautiful and loved during QuaranTime
- Take our writing to the next level of passion and impact
- Face down writer’s block...and win
- Write (for process or presentation) but don't know where to begin
- Become more effective presenters, performers and storytellers
- Laugh, cry or express difficult emotions freely and without judgment
Gayle will provide a personalized session to meet your particular needs.
"I had the great pleasure of watching Ms. Danley present to all sizes of groups from 25 people in a room to over 300 people at a conference. Regardless the size and type of the audience, Ms. Danley made each individual feel that she was speaking to them alone. By sharing her words, her poetry, herself, she transformed an audience. Many in the audience remember their school years’ experience with poetry as tortuous. By the end of her presentation, participants were competing with one another to share not only their poetry, but their lives, experiences and feelings. They discovered the possibility of transformation through their words and stories. Ms. Danley is a gifted presenter, teacher and also a little magical!"
- Linda Oney
Training Manager for Recovery Peer Workforce
"I have never experienced a person as powerful and dynamic as Gayle Danley. Her ability to touch the hearts and souls of her audience and bring them to their knees with her words is pure magic. The range of emotions she projects on stage captivates and transforms those who listen, and puts them in touch with their own emotions. She is genuine, passionate, humorous and inspiring. She is truly a wonder to behold."
- Concetta M. Pisano | Materials Manager
Carroll County Public Library
Photo Credit: Mignonette Dooley