The Art of Healing Workshops – led by Terrence Gore
Saturdays, 11am – 1:30pm
Oct. 27, Nov. 3, 10, 17 and Dec. 1, 8
$10 per workshop – $50 for all class package
The Art of Healing
Being well is an ongoing and active process. The Art of Healing is a dynamic workshop series that employs a collage of creativity – movement studies, multimedia and artistic expression – that enables both teacher and student to attain a higher level of self-awareness. The Art of Healing stimulates our personal and collective dedication to recharge and advance ourselves with renewed energy and inspiration to promote our physical, emotional and spiritual well-being.
How it Works
Through the infinite mediums of creative expression, participants discover and re-invent a new canvas strategy and portrait of our deeper selves to gain a tangible interpretation of our unique ability to love ourselves unconditionally.
CREATING transformation – Terrence Gore, HIV PLUS MAGAZINE “The Art of AIDS”
LEARNING to explore and identify new possibilities to one’s individual growth and development.
EMBRACING new realities using mixed mediums of creative expression.
LIVING well within a positive spirit, highlighting medical science, nutrition and spirituality.
HEALING power and perception to authentically see yourself well.
CONQUERING fear and creatively gaining power.
Read what participants are saying:
“This was a new experience for me. It is relaxing and it helped to clear my head.” Vincent Williams
“[The workshop] was more than I expected. It left me speechless and in awe.” Latisha Webb
“[The workshop] filled a creative void. It was structured, yet room for creativity and freedom.” Nisa Ra
“[The workshop] was more than I expected. It was so powerful, moving, third eye opening, and beautiful.” Gabby Raczka
“I most enjoyed everything! We are doing all the things I love to do.” Asake Denise Jones
“I enjoyed the food and the crafts.” Natalie Beard
“[The workshop] is opening me up to explore more.” Jeffrey Ford
“[The workshop] is mind-blowing. I’ve tapped a whole new level of creativity.” Bill Webb