Find relief from STRESS and a NEW YOU
Ellen Michel qualified Art Therapist, BA, Dip of Art Therapy introduces:
FIND YOUR BLISS,
Sunday 28th July, 2019
Join us in a Fun-Filled Sunday Afternoon Workshop designed to take you on a PERSONAL JOURNEY to reclaim your FRAGMENTED STRESSED SELF.
What is Art Therapy?
Art Therapy: works on the premise that ART IS MEDICINE (AIM). Art Therapy is a powerful and effective healing practice which renews, teaches, inspires and nurtures the human spirit. It can be ‘one on one’ or ‘group’ therapy sessions. Held within the parameters of a safe space your Art becomes a language to Articulate, to Play, Explore, Recover and Discover your creative being. In turn releasing stress, healing and renewing a sense of Self.
Stress is a very real experience and we develop ways of normalizing what is happening to us with exercises carefully designed to maximise your experience as you take a personal journey to reclaim your fragmented stressed self.
You do not need any experience in art and all are encouraged and acknowledged for their uniqueness through this workshop.
What is involved in Art Therapy –
- Explore the Self .
- Create stepping stones of your life.
- Map your life transitions.
- Engage in a guided process of inquiry working with crayons, paints, clay and other art materials.
- Opportunity to reflect upon and dialogue with aspects of self which were never so clearly visible before.
- Experience and produce artwork unique to you, that will surprise and fill you with joy.
Art Therapy: Find Your Bliss. This Workshop focused intention the AIM is to facilitate healing for all those who take part. Enjoy the warm and nurturing environment of the beautiful Art Therapy Studio Space at Heidelberg. Allow space in you hearts and minds. Make the choice today!
Art Therapy: Find your Bliss – Recovery and Re-Discovery of Self.
BOOK NOW for Sunday 28th July, 2019 , 1.30-3.30pm workshop Of Pure Play and Discovery.
Workshops are small and there are limited places
“Embrace what it is you don’t know and have the courage to step through the door.” Ellen Michel