Upcoming workshops 2021
(Bristol, UK based):
+Loss and Separation – Transformative Art Therapy and ThetaHealing® workshop (date tbc)
+Divine Feminine: Sensuality, sisterhood and connections to mother earth – Transformative Art Therapy and ThetaHealing® workshop (date tbc)
+LGBTQ+ Pride: Queer body love – Transformative Art Therapy and ThetaHealing® workshop. Ages 18-34. (date tbc).
+LGBTQ+ Pride: Queer body love – Transformative Art Therapy and ThetaHealing® workshop. Ages 35-55. (date tbc).
What’s involved in a Transformative Art Therapy and ThetaHealing® workshop with Anna Frances?
Using ‘transformative art therapy’ I incorporate various different artistic techniques to explore self-expression through colour, shape, texture, with a choice of a variety of different artistic mediums (e.g. painting, sketching, collage, creative writing etc).
The workshops include exercises where the participants are invited to connect with their intuition and feelings surrounding particular topics, using art as the core way of exploring this.
Art can help decipher layers of meaning and emotion that we may have associated with a particular topic, and these workshops offer an opportunity to express and explore how we feel in a safe, supportive and creative environment. Art supplies will be provided, and you’re also welcome to bring your own.
I’ll also be using ThetaHealing® throughout the workshop, offering healing and Theta downloads relating to the topic that’s being explored, while participants create their art.
No ThetaHealing® or art experience is necessary to take part. All workshops are 18+ (unless otherwise specified).
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