YOGA & ART WORKSHOP
Sunday, November 24, 2019 12:45-4:30
British Cream Tea will be served
NO EXPERIENCE NEEDED
Come join us for a fun and relaxing afternoon of stillness, where you will learn the tools to relax and become a human “be”-ing instead of just a human “do”-ing!
This workshop will begin with an hour long gentle yoga class, taught by a registered yoga teacher, infused with deep stretching, mindfulness and mini-meditations.
We will then create a Mandala together on black paper using colored pencils. This process will be facilitated by short mindful meditations. The Mandala is an ancient symbol used to balance and center ourselves. This is a form of active meditation that combines the mindful based practice of art, science and spirituality. It also is a stress management tool and promotes physical, emotional and spiritual healing.
Come connect with your Self and with others!
$60 – includes all supplies and British Cream Tea as a refreshment
Please bring a yoga mat and a large beach towel
Hope In Art Studio
144 Mill St, CDGA NY
Preregistration necessary at www.Paypal.me/HopeInArtStudio
*do not need a Paypal acct
Lesley travels for private groups also. Call to schedule. 585-727-4574 or email@example.com
Lesley facilitates for various groups and has worked with breast cancer support groups, church groups, Rotary Clubs, work teams, Art groups and any group looking for a relaxing, soothing experience with the potential for healing.
“If I had to sum up today’s workshop in a word, it would be WOW. I did not expect it to be so powerful. My emotions just came flowing out and I found myself processing some deeply buried feelings. This all happened while coloring the mandala. Six months ago you never could have told me such a thing was possible. You have opened a doorway for me to continue healing and not only forgive my brother, but through drawing mandalas, find peace and comfort in other areas of my life. Thank you so much for inviting me to attend today. It truly was an amazing experience and I will be forever grateful.” – Cherie Berry