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Process + Play

A Weekend Encounter with Arts + Mindfulness: May 20-21, 2022


Service Description

Unpack the myths, misconceptions and stereotypes about mindfulness and learn playful and contemplative practices in the creative and expressive arts. AUDIENCE Adults, ages 16+; no previous artistic experience required; sessions will be accessible to all ages, bodies, and abilities OBJECTIVES Introduce arts, mindfulness, and body-based practices that support well-being and nurture community; offer resourcing through creative expression, mindful awareness, playfulness, and shared experience with arts and mindfulness practices COST - $200 per participant (tea, coffee, snacks and lunch provided) - full and partial scholarships available; please inquire about availability - Minimum number of participants for the workshop to run: 15 participants LOCATION The Hive at Macon Creek 8759 Clinton Macon Road Clinton, MI 49236 SCHEDULE Friday 7:00 - 8:30 pm Unpacking the myths, misconceptions and stereotypes about mindfulness Saturday 8:30 am - 5:00 pm Playful and contemplative practices in the creative and expressive arts FACILITATORS Emily Olson - Playing with Movement Anna Vantsevich - Playing with Art Sheila Otto - Playing with Photography India Bell-Felder - Playing with Words Kath Weider - Playing with Voice Learn more about our facilitators at www.artsandmindfulness.com/facilitators. PHILOSOPHY Our philosophy is grounded in discernment and connection. We believe that our history, our perspectives, critical thinking and how we interact with others form the foundation of our relationships with ourselves, our loved ones, those in our community and even strangers. We are offering an invitation to practice the process of "noticing, meeting and inviting" our experiences through the expressive arts and mindfulness. Mindfulness practice is a journey, a process that allows you to experience a different state of being, more fully alive to yourself and your experience in the world. An encounter with mindfulness through creative expression invites playfulness and a spirit of curiosity about ourselves and others.

  • Ended
  • 200 US dollars
  • Macon Creek

Contact Details

  • (734) 395-2696

    emily@artsandmindfulness.com