- Apr 03, 2022
- $40 per person
Creating Your Own Medicine Basket: A Playful Positive Affirmation Workshop (Ages 24+)
Sunday April 3, 2:30 – 4:30pm
For some of us, we often seek our medicine from someone external to us. During this 120-minute workshop, we will take the time to play with accessing your own individual gifts and wisdom and how these gifts and individual wisdom may better serve you as daily medicine for your own creative life journey. Using Canvas, acrylic paints, paintbrushes, journal, and pen, you will use tools of intentional creativity, breathwork, and guided deep listening. You will breathe and visually paint into existence transformation about how you think about yourself, your worldview, and the gifts and wisdom that you authentically have within you to bring more presence and creativity into your daily life and into the world. No painting or journaling experience needed in any way! All individuals at all levels of creativity are welcome to register!
Supplies: 16×20 Canvas, any acrylic paints, a few paintbrushes, empty journal or notebook, black-ink pen
- Session: One-Time Workshop on April 2, 2022
- Class Size: minimum of 5 students to run class; no more than 20 students enrolled
- Cost: $40 per person
- How to Register: Email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Creating Your Own Medicine Basket: A Playful Positive Affirmation Workshop (Ages 24+)” to register.
About the Instructor: Annie Melzer
Annie Melzer has an advanced degree in Anthropology, is an instructor of the Anthropology of Art and World Cultures, a 650+ hour Yoga, Meditation, and Breathwork Teacher, is a Certified Intentional Creativity Method Coach, an Artist-Creative, Storyteller, and Activist. Her work focuses on practices that lead students toward a true experience of embodiment, deeper and more meaningful connections with themselves, others, and the earth. Annie’s teachings serve to empower her students in accessing their own inner knowledge, deep-felt wisdom, and deep relaxation through yoga, meditation, creative practices, and being human. Annie has been studying anthropology, meditation, and practicing yoga for over two decades, works to educate her students about utilizing the teachings of anthropology, yoga, and the power of creativity both on and off the mat and inside and outside of the classroom, and offers a variety of classes, series, and workshops that are made accessible to all interested individuals at all levels.