MINDFULNESS, CREATIVITY & SPIRITUALITY WITHIN EXPRESSIVE ARTS
June 25 @ 9:00 am - June 29 @ 4:30 pm
Haliburton School of the Arts, June 25-29, 2018
Instructor: Marybeth Leis Druery
Essential to wellbeing, the interconnectivity of mindfulness, spirituality and creativity will be explored through expressive arts experiences in this reflective, contemplative and creative course. Through meditation, guided visualization, art making, movement, sound and writing, you will work both indoors and out in the natural world to connect to self, community, spirit and nature to develop a personal practice of the contemplative and creative, centred self. Sometime will be spent in silent reflection while walking, writing or making art. This course will appeal to those who are searching for a deepened connection to a self-care practice and to those who are working with caregivers or populations who could benefit from the principles and practices.
The course is taught in a retreat-like soulful manner (with 12-15 people) and is a chance to also explore self-care. The tools gained in the course can enhance a variety of human service fields.
HSA has rustic cabins (shared with 1 person) that can be booked for $226 for the week by calling Amber: 1-866-353-6464 X3
Let me know if you have questions about the course content (firstname.lastname@example.org). For registration inquiries, see link.