When's the last time you let yourself play? Could you use some more inspiration, comfort, and nurturing in your life? Do you want to make time and space for play, creativity, and experience being-in-the-moment but feel hesitant or shy to do it alone? Sometimes beginning is the toughest challenge of all. I want to support you in tending to your inner callings, the ones that you may have been putting on the back burner for too long now.
I will guide you on how to connect with nature and the spirit of play and curiosity in order to tap into the sacred creativity that already exists within you. No previous art experience is required! Join us virtually no matter where you are, and be a part of a community of people who appreciate the connection to beauty both within oneself and in the natural world around them.
Description and details are below and you can register here.
Half-price scholarship tuition available if needed - use this link.
Sacred Creativity - Exploring Self & Surroundings through Writing & Earth Altars
Virtual Playshop (both online and out in the world)
Sunday, May 16, 2021
10-2 Pacific, 12-4 Central, 1-5 Eastern
$88 Regular Price
($44 half-price scholarship available)
Beauty is Medicine. Nature Heals.
In this playshop, we will deepen our creativity and connection to the natural environment where we live. Through simple meditations and writing prompts, we will begin an exploration of our relationship to creativity and nature. Then, we will go outside to gather up bits and pieces of the natural world and create our own impermanent nature art - an Earth Altar. We will come back together to reflect on the process and share our creations (if desired). Participants will have the opportunity to reflect on how they may expand creative expression and connection with nature ongoingly.
This playshop will begin and end online, but the heart of the experience will be outdoors, where you will wander in your environment and create your own Earth Altar.
(Half-price scholarship tuition available if needed - use this link.)
I love playing with words and things in nature to create impermanent nature art (earth altars) and poems. This blog is a place to share. I post more regularly on Instagram & Facebook - @lauraloescher.art.