groups and workshops
I design and facilitate group experiences and workshops in variety of settings, exploring different themes such as creativity, relationships or mindfulness.
Please see below examples of work previously delivered. You are welcome to register for email updates on upcoming events/workshops by using the contact form below.
I have a special interest and experience of developing and delivering wellbeing programmes and projects for diverse adult audiences of cultural organisations such as museum, galleries, heritage sites, community and art venues. I can work in partnership with organisations wishing to innovate their approach to learning and engagement and include aspects of wellbeing in their programming.
If you are a company or an organisation that would like me to design a bespoke programme for your audiences, employees or service users, please get in touch.
The Joy of Art
Experience art in a gallery differently. Engage your mind and your senses in this 2.5hrs long session offering a creative approach to looking at art. We explore three paintings from the collections of the Dulwich Picture Gallery in South London through mindful viewing exercises, sensory stimulation and discussion. In a small group and with a cup of tea/coffee to finish, this session encourages you to enjoy old paintings in a personal and meaningful way. No knowledge of the paintings necessary.
Mindfulness in nature
A chance to creatively explore what mindfulness is and how it could be applied in daily life. A mindful outdoor walk is followed by an indoor art-making session. This 2.5 hours long workshop enables you to get in touch with your inner self and reflect on how you move through life.
Exploring conflicts through movement & art
Raising awareness of your habitual responses to conflict.
Conflicts are stressful! In stressful situations, rather than reach for creativity we often resort to embedded patterns that can increase feelings of stuckness and perpetuate the cycle of stress.
This workshop explores and plays with different creative perspectives on conflict. Gain insight into your habitual positions and experiment using art and movement to understand them.
Engage your body and mind through creativity to reveal new layers of awareness.