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Zoom Within: Art Making & Mindfulness Workshop Series (6 Sessions)
This is a workshop series on Friday Mornings 9:30-12pm for 6 workshop sessions. The fee is for the entirety of the workshops.
Start date: Friday April 21, 2017
End date: Friday May 26, 2017
Description of Workshop Sessions
Come and learn to use your creativity to answer your questions. You will find this workshop meaningful if you are:
- looking for more meaning, depth, and beauty in your life
- going through a transition or searching for a new direction
- wondering how to better nurture yourself
This workshop series introduces you to some of the ‘greatest hits’ techniques Sarah has collected over her ten years of practicing art therapy in hospitals, schools, rehabilitation centres, shelters, and privately.
* No previous experience in art-making required.
For more information contact: 905-333-2717
Here is some of the feedback from Burlington, 2013:
“I would do these 6 weeks again and again, I would do anything that Sarah offered because it had such a positive effect on me.”
“Sarah’s gentle understanding and professional manner with the group brought about individual growth .She gave permission for us to be ourselves and grow. Sarah brings an intelligence to artistic experience.”
“I reconnected with the artistic and creative abilities that used to be part of my life when I was young, and I realized these are critical to feeling satisfied and happy.”
“I was heard and supported by an amazing group of people that made me feel confident and comfortable. I had the opportunity to listen to the issues faced by each person in the group, and that helped me with my own.”
“It has given me more clarity and therefore I feel like it has been “speeding up” my journey to become more emotionally aware. It has also been a good reminder that I need to take care of myself and my needs to be able to give to others and take care of others.”
“A lot has changed in 6 weeks and the workshops are definitely a part of it. I have been connecting to abandoned parts of me and encouraged to allow myself to feel and explore depths of me I was never able to before.”