Sagoheim Storytelling School
New course starting on the 17th of October 2023 for story lovers who wish to learn the craft of traditional oral storytelling and dive deep into the magical realm of Once Upon a Time, and for storytellers who wish to deepen their knowledge and be a part of a warm, inspiring and empowering community of storytellers. The course will include both one to one lessons and group classes online via Zoom, and a full-day story celebration around the fire in Karlskoga, Värmland (central Sweden). This course will be held in Swedish. Learn more here.
I also offer one to one lessons in English online via Zoom. Do get in touch if you’re interested!
“Stina is a fantastic teacher who empowers, supports and asks the right questions. She allows me to learn at my own pace and also knows when she should help me in the right direction. In her calm way, she has helped me to allure and become curious about a storyteller within me that I didn’t know was there but now dare to believe in! Absolutely fantastic. I really recommend this course if you wish to dive deeper into the world of storytelling.” Micaela Karlsson, musician
“If you are curious about diving deeper into the art of storytelling, Stina guides in a warm, relaxed yet deep way that suits both beginners and more experienced storytellers.” Lisa Berglund
”The Sagoheim Storytelling School offers a fantastic opportunity to discover your storytelling voice and how you can learn to tell stories. Stina is incredibly gifted at sharing knowledge in a simple and understandable way. She is warm and down-to-earth, and it is so lovely to listen to her voice. That makes me want to listen to what she has to say and helps me to focus. She inspires trust. She cares so much about her student’s progress and is present at every step. She encourages and guides with a big heart.” Roxana Eriksson
“If you wish to explore the path of the storyteller and invite the world of story and myth into your life, I can really recommend Stina as a guide and companion! With her empathic and knowledgeable guidance, she can lead you through wild woods and show you the way to the magical fairytale realms!” Milla Friis
“In order to tell a story well, you need to speak from the heart of your own close relationship with the story, and in order to form such a relationship, you need to live and journey with the story for some time – long enough to really get to know each other.”
Excerpt from my book When the Woods Sang