Creating In Transitions With Your Inner Muse
September 5, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PMFree, and open to everyone!
Enjoy a process of connecting within – body, mind, and soul through breathwork, mindfulness, journaling, drawing, and painting. This will be free-form fun! Let’s see where our in-the-moment creative genius takes us. Anything is possible! www.facebook.com/atlanticcenterforthearts
Supplies- have whatever supplies you have at the ready including journaling supplies/ paper and pen. Have a special, interesting, or sacred object that feels grounding. We will be diving into the power of intuitive creativity to empower your sense of self trust as we move into the fall season 2021.
Thank you to our presenting sponsor of this workshop, AdventHealth New Smyrna Beach! Your commitment to the arts and our community is inspiring! www.adventhealth.com
Follow link and please take our PRE and POST workshop surveys – atlanticcenterforthearts.org/communityprogramsurveys
Rachel Chase has been a teaching artist since the age of 15. She began expressing through dance. First a classically trained ballerina, then a semi-professional modern dancer studying with the likes of Alvin Ailey dance company, and dancing professionally in the Orlando area; as well as trained in theater arts. She received her undergraduate degree from the University of South Florida with a bachelor of fine arts, integrating video art and performance, as well as painting and printmaking. Rachel has continued teaching movement and art to children and adults in community settings for over 15 years. She is currently working toward her Master’s degree in mental health counseling at Rollins College. As a therapist, she continues using expressive and visual arts as therapeutic processes, assisting others on their journey to well-being and wholeness. It is the power of play and creative expression that have always propelled her life into new and uncharted territory. She is constantly creating, and has a passion for consciously creating community. Join her in this ever-evolving process of intuitive creation.
Photo taken by Rachel Chase, Mead Gardens, 2019.