Art ExplorationsWritten by Administrator
I will explore with you though art your self-image, problems you face, and growth as an artist. Art explorations are conducted with one, or in groups
Initial consultation is free! All packets for art explorations include a sample session.
All art explorations range from 50. to 100. per healing packet.
- Packets range from two 1-hour sessions (50.) to four 2-hour sessions (150.)
- Groups (up to six) cost $100. per 2-hour session (Group is responsible for art supplies.)
- Pro bono work (no cost) is done on an individual basis, as needed.
Please connect with me through my contact page.
**All therapies are interchangable. Example: You can combine any or all therapies within each packet. This is discussed during consultation.Last Updated on 31 May 2012
Video/PhotographyWritten by Administrator
The use of video and/or photography is incorporated into my treatment. One can do stand alone video and/or photography, or opt for one of the bundled therapies that includes the photographic arts. Inspiration for incorporating copied images of the self used in art therapy came from Jo Spence and Rosy Martin. This site out of the UK is useful in understanding more about this type of treatment: phototherapy.org.uk
Last Updated on 31 May 2012 Read more: Video/Photography
MeditationWritten by Administrator
Meditation is a powerful way to reduce stress, enhance intuition, grow imagination, and just spend quality time with yourself.
I teach meditation for one to many, alone, or with groups. Concentration and focus will increase with regular use of meditation. Go here for more info on meditation: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Meditation
A typical initial meditation session goes like this:
- The participant(s) is asked to sit with feet planted on the floor
- The participant is guided through a short meditation lasting no more than 5-minutes
- Bodywork and mental status are combined to create a holistic experience
- Participants are asked to calm and empty the mind, and to let go of stress located anywhere in the body
- Participants come slowly out of the meditation
- A discussion begins about the experience and hopefully ends with some insight, captured for all
Further explorations into meditation require further time in the state of meditation.