Adam Sargant

Adam Sargant's love for traditional folktales began in early childhood, growing up on the tales of King Arthur and Robin Hood. As a teenager he thrived on the works of Alan Garner, Susan Cooper and translations of the Mabinogion. Adam first started telling stories in a traditional sense when he was invited to play didgeridoo for Australian Aboriginal Elder and storyteller Francis Firebrace. Afterwards, Francis kindly gave him permission to tell some of his tales. This is where it all began for Adam.

Following this he started to include storytelling in his NLP/hypnotherapy practice, when he worked as a mental health nurse and used therapeutic metaphor as a component of therapy. 

Adam has now been telling stories for several years at festivals and storytelling groups, taking stories from various sources as well as crafting his own. 

Upcoming Events: 

Change Your Story

Thursday, 14 September 2017 - 5:00pm
2.5 Hours every week for 8 weeks
Skipton Friends Meeting House

Reframe and reshape your narrative. Transform your own patterns of behaviour and create your path to success. 

These 8 weekly sessions will help you rethink the way you look at life’s difficulties, manage stress and anxiety levels. It will help you to shift your perspective and reassess your experiences.  



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Myth Takes

Saturday, 7 October 2017 - 10:00am
The Joinery

You are a myth maker.

Yes YOU.

We all have a myth living inside us. During this day long workshop, discover how the stories we tell ourselves about what is right and wrong, what is and is not possible about the world, become the way we make sense of our experiences.

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