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Cynthia Michaels is a co-founder of Wrens Nest Center for Wellbeing in Dalton, Ga.

Cynthia Michaels, co-founder of Wrens Nest Center for Wellbeing in Dalton, Ga., will open the sanctuary Saturday, March 11, for a "wordshop" that explores how the spoken and written word can improve healing, health and wellness.

Creative professionals from Wrens Nest and Dalton's Creative Arts Guild will lead participants in stepping beyond the role of listeners or readers to view the spoken and written word as art forms that can lead to better physical and emotional health. 

Participants are asked to bring along favorite words, lyrics or poetry for this interactive experience, the first in a series.

The workshop is designed for adults but ages 12 and older are welcome.

It meets from 9 a.m. to noon at Wrens Nest, 2001 Shields Road.

Cost is $35. Comfortable clothing is encouraged.

To register, go to www.wrensnestcenter.com and click on Events.

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