Welcome to Lifeprints

What's happening now . . .

Welcome to Lifeprints, offering pathways for personal growth in the Northern Colorado area since 1985. If you have found this site by one means or another, you are most likely a lover of language, perhaps someone to whom writing is important. Please visit these website pages to see what is currently happening at Lifeprints.

            Misty Moon and shimmering clouds                              

While this picture of the full moon will stay on the site for awhile (I love the moon!), the labyrinth is no longer open.   I encourage you to find a labyrinth near you and walk it.  There are several in the northern Colorado area.

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Lifeprints activities are suspended through the rest of 2012.  I'm taking a much needed sabbatical from teaching, so I can spend greater amounts of time on my own writing, as well as dealing with some family business that has become necessary.

The Italy Women trip is full and we leave September 6, returning September 23.  We're all very excited about our time in this beautiful country, and  will return with photos, writing, and wonderful memories.

We have a fantastic group of women traveling this time..  Rome, Florence, Siena, Lucca and Venice are our major stops for this exciting return to Bella Italia!

The menu on the right side of this page directs you to information about Lifeprints, and links to other interesting art-word sites around the country. I hope you will visit the various sites for information, writing prompts, and other information about Lifeprints.  

As I begin to insert classes beginning in 2013 for next year, you will be able to register on-line, respond to the writing prompts or quotes in your own journals. And of course you can always communicate with me by e-mail, snail mail or by phone.

Go to Workshops and if you do not see specific dates for a workshop you are interested in, please click on "request info" to contact me, and I will add your name to others' who want that class. We will then plan a schedule that works for everyone.  Since I won't be teaching any new courses until early 2013, having a list of your interests will be very helpful to me. 

I will definitely teach The Artist's Way beginning early next year, and if you would like to join me, please let me know whether morning, afternoon or evening will be best for you.  I often have more than one group, so your time preference is also helpful.

Please let me know if you have questions or comments about the site or the course offerings. We try to make the links easy to access, and registration should be a simple thing.

There will be a few short one-time offerings so you can get your feet wet. Newcomer or long-time participant . . . you are all welcome.

I hope to see you soon.


Joannah L. Merriman, M.A.