Mother + Daughter Creativity Summit
(daughters ages 5-10)
Did you know:
- creative people are happier than most people?
- being creative helps you solve problems?
- spending time nurturing creativity contributes to a healthier well being?
- anyone can be creative?
Not sure about this?
Listen to John Paul Caponigro's TEDxDirigo talk: You're a lot more creative than you think you are
Being creative does not automatically mean you have to be an artist (but it's OK if you are!).
Being creative is about learning, growing, and developing skills that allow you to express yourself in a variety of ways.
Being creative widens our perspective on ways to approach things so we do not feel stuck or stifled.
"Fostering creativity won't just increase your child's chances of becoming the next Picasso. You're also helping him develop mentally, socially, and emotionally", says Lisa Ecklund-Flores, cofounder and executive director of Church Street School for Music and Art, in New York City
Kanesha Baynard, author and life coach, created the Creativity Summit to support participants in having the time, space, materials, and guidance to focus on connecting (reconnecting) with each other in a fun, relaxed, and creative setting.
As a mother of two school aged children and a veteran educator, Kanesha understands the challenges that get in the way of a thriving relationship for mothers and daughters. By using creativity as a tool to bridge differences, foster common understandings, and reflect on past events, the Creativity Summit offers a safe environment for mothers and daughters to grow together while having fun.
"Children crave time with parents. It makes them feel special. Playing with kids builds a bond that will last forever. It lets the child know he or she is loved and appreciated. It opens the door for sharing problems and concerns when the need arises. It helps the parent get to know and understand the uniqueness of each child. It is also great stress reducer for overworked parents." -Child Development Institute
During the Mother + Daughter Creativity Summit, participants will have the chance to:
- play together
- work as a team
- set family goals that nurture individual goals/dreams
- strengthen the mother + daughter bond
- learn more about each other
- create something together
Participants will leave the Creativity Summit knowing more about:
- Creative expression
- Connecting with other
- Stress and tension release
- Renewed vision for 2016
Who can attend:
- Mothers & Caregivers
- Daughters (ages 5 - 10)
Workshop fee includes:
- Workshop materials
- Light snacks
- Los Altos, CA
The exact location of this event will be provided after you have registered. Space is limited. Register today!
Kanesha Baynard is an educator, life coach and author supporting people in transition. She is the founder the Bold Living Today community to help people create the lives they want based on their core desires. She is also an expert on multigenerational households and in-law dynamics. Kanesha's work has been featured in Fast Company, HuffPost Live, U.S. News and World Report, Martha Beck's Real Coaches, Real Stories, and the Chicago Tribune.
Due to the logistics of putting this event together, registration for this workshop is non-refundable, but fully transferable.
If for whatever reason you sign up for this event and cannot make it — you can resell your ticket to a friend.
We will have a waiting list for stand-bys to fill in. As a registrant, you will still get have access to updated information and bonus materials.
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Kanesha Baynard; author, speaker, and life coach
Kanesha Baynard is an educator, life coach, and author supporting people in transition. She is the founder of the Bold Living Today community which helps people create the lives they want based on their core desires. She is also an expert on multigenerational households and in-law dynamics. Kanesha's work has been featured in Fast Company, HuffPost Live, U.S. News and World Report, Martha Beck's Real Coaches, Real Stories, and the Chicago Tribune.