Meditative Drawing

Are you looking for a creative form of self care for your employees? Meditative Drawing will exercise their creative muscles while calming their minds, reducing stress and anxiety. Meditative drawing with the Zentangle® method can be more accessible than traditional styles of meditation and a less intimidating way of art making. Zentangles® are simple repetitive patterns that help you concentrate, anchor your attention and stay present. No drawing or meditation experience is necessary and there are no mistakes with this fun way to relax, find flow and equanimity.

Attendees will learn: - A fun way to meditate that is healing, imaginative and playful - Doodling techniques to improve attention, awareness and focus - Zentangles® and simple repetitive patterns to relieve stress using minimal tools - How to release judgement and create beautiful art that focuses on the creative process vs. the final product
Provider's Education: - Licensed K-12 Art Teacher - Registered Yoga Teacher - Registered Children's Yoga Teacher - Certified Mindfulness Instructor
Provider's Experience: Jennifer is an artist, registered yoga teacher, certified mindfulness instructor and former public school art teacher. She offers simple, fun and relaxing meditative art experiences that allow you to destress and express yourself creatively. Jennifer has many years of experience teaching art, yoga and mindfulness with calming instructions that are easy to follow. Her playful style of teaching encourages freedom in expression, as she guides her students to pause and create space in their busy minds, using simple breathwork, mindful movement and meditative art activities. Jennifer loves sharing many of the strategies and tools she has learned for transforming anxiety, focusing attention, being fully present and how to find flow with creative self-care.
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Other Critera:
Available as Webinar
Recording is OK
Available as In-Person Event
Available Nationwide
Willing to Travel
Offered in Spanish
Offered in other languages
For Call Centers
Especially for Men
Especially for Women
HRA/VEBA eligible
For 3rd Shift
For Retreats
Duration of event (in hour increments): 1 HR
Equipment buyer needs to provide: - Fine tip/ultra fine tip pen or marker (black ink Micron® pen recommended) - 2 pieces of heavy weight white drawing paper (printer/copy paper is ok)
Equipment provided by vendor: No
Post event tools included: NA
Includes pre-event consultation: If desired