Dream, create, and reconnect with what brings you joy, energy, and purpose! Held at the beautiful Hobbit House. Light lunch provided.
Mindfulness-Based Grief Group
Get the support, tools, information and care you need to heal during your grief journey. A confidential, professional, evidence-based group that utilizes meditation, ritual, reflection, and group support.
5 Mondays, 7- 9 pm. Starts on March 26.
I am a Gift! Girls Wellness Group
Connect with your awesomeness, gain cool tools to feel good, empower yourself, share your gifts, and learn to brave those tricky sad, tough, or yuck times! A fun, creative, mindfulness-based learning group for girls 9-12 and their moms or female caregivers. All art materials provided.
5 Sundays: Mar 18, Apr 1, Apr 8, Apr 15, and Apr 22. 1:30- 3:30 pm. Cost: $200 for 1 girl and 1 adult.
Join me on the first Saturday of every month from October to May (except for October, when we will meet on Oct 14) to engage in a personal, expressive arts journey. Deepen your understanding of materials and artistic practices, expressive arts directives, and frameworks for meaning-making. You will learn how intentional art making can compliment mindfulness practice and serve as a powerful tool for self-reflection and community process.
Oct 14, Nov 4, Dec 2, Jan 6, Feb. 3, Mar. 3, Apr. 7, May 5. 10-4:30.
$460 plus $40 materials.
Max 12. There is only one spot left! To register, email email@example.com.
Join me for another inspiring weekend of artistic studio practice, reflection, and group process as we explore ecological grief, hope, and renewal modelled on the work of Buddhist activist Joanna Macy. This workshop is for artists, teachers, healers, mental health practitioners, and creative arts practitioners who wish to incorporate eco-art and contemplative practices into their work or personal growth.
The retreat will be in the cozy and historic Hobbit House at 9016-153 street in Edmonton, Alberta. Enjoy our poetry library, perennial gardens, and meditation hut. There will be a light lunch of vegetarian soup provided on both days, along with a potluck. All art materials provided. Maximum 12 participants. To register, call Tatiana at (780) 399- 4773 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Join me for the first retreat in our new location at the Hobbit House! The focus of this retreat is “visioning”- using mindfulness techniques, contemplative art, movement, and poetry to create an inspiring, nurturing vision that will sustain you in the months to come. There is a garden, meditation hut, and poetry library on site at the Hobbit House. Soup and light refreshments will be provided. Saturday June 10 and Sunday June 11, 10- 4pm. Cost:$120. To register, call or text Tatiana at (780) 399-4773.
Soon, I will be moving my practice to the beautiful, historic, and cozy Hobbit House in Edmonton’s Lynnwood community!
The Hobbit House features a beautiful space for community events, classes, and groups; an art therapy studio and counselling clinic; perennial and vegetable gardens; a meditation hut; a kitchen; and a poetry library and site for the Edmonton Poets House.
The Hobbit House will be a site for Edmonton Art Therapy and Edmonton Poets House, and home for The Hobbit House Foundation.
Saturdays 10:00am – 4:30pm
Oct 17, Nov 21, Dec 12, Jan 16, Feb 20, Mar 19, Apr 16, 2016
This year-long course, taught once a month over 7 Saturdays, will provide further grounding to the art therapy student and practitioner in studio work. Students will have the opportunity to develop their knowledge of materials and artistic processes while developing a deepening familiarity with personal imagery and symbolism. Traditional and non-traditional media and art-directives will be explored. This course will be beneficial to students and practitioners looking to engage with the art therapy process over a longer time span than normally afforded by the week-long intensives. Creative arts practitioners and artists from the community will regularly be invited to share their work. ( Graduate 3 Credits, St. Stephen’s College)
To register and for more information call Kelly Parson at (780) 439-7311.