Let’s reclaim the practice of discipline as self-empowering versus self-punishing. Clarify your intentions from your heart, create a tool to keep yourself committed, and find accountability in your community.
We'll take time to gather live online from near and far, bring awareness to the visions of our best lives, & practice mindfulness while creating commitment charts that will set us up nicely for an even more disciplined and empowered new year.
Location: online via Zoom Video Conferencing
You’ll receive the link to the digital space after you purchase your ticket(s)
This workshop includes:
Psycho-education on empowered discipline, motivation and self-care
Visualization meditations to clarify your intentions
Guidance to craft your commitment chart
Mindfulness and movement-based activities to sense into and embody your vision
30% off visual affirmation art
What you’ll need:
A piece of paper and colorful pens, pencils or markers
A reliable internet connection and a place to sign in from that’s quiet and without interruptions
This online workshop is open to all multi-gendered peoples over the age of 16
Ticket $19 | on sale until Saturday, 2/9 @ 3pm
What is expressive arts?
Expressive arts includes expressive drawing, writing and body movement. It’s purpose is to create awareness and space between you and your thoughts, positive or negative, and process your inner landscape without necessarily ascribing words or rational to it. Creating with expressive arts comes from our core and is a personal and emotional process without regard to writing, drawing or dance conventions like spelling, punctuation, and technique, posture, etc. It's an invitation to turn off your inner critic and simply expresses what is on your mind and in your heart.
What is mindfulness?
“Mindfulness means paying attention in a particular way: on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.” -Jon Kabat-Zinn
Mindfulness is the basic human ability to be fully present, aware of where we are and what we’re doing, and not overly reactive or overwhelmed by what’s going on around us. We all already have the capacity to be present, and it doesn’t require us to change who we are. But we can cultivate these innate qualities with simple practices that are scientifically demonstrated to benefit us in many ways.
Chetna is a mixed media artist and mental wellness mystic. She's passionate about the power and healing of creative expression. Themes in her art, study and life include psychological reflection, affirmations, shadows, self-care and self-empowerment, collective consciousness and oneness with Mother Earth.
She has a Master's in Counseling Psychology from the Wright Institute in Berkeley. She's facilitated creative workshops in academic-based contexts with adolescents and young adults, and with multigenerational and multicultural adults in intimate retreat, studio and digital settings.