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Body Casting Workshop

Submitted by on May 23, 2010 – 11:53 am

A process of creation, reverence and profound intimacy with the physical being of human form.

Led by Joyologist Pat Armitstead you will engage in storytelling, artistic representation, explore symbolism and then develop a cast piece

which is decorated symbolising your path forward.

You will experience joyful empowerment as you discover :-

What it takes to live a life full of love and joy

How to find meaning in your grief and loss

How to deal  with life events with equanimity

How to forgive and release anger and resentment

How to continue to love in spite of loss

How to create art that symbolises your current or future position

How to connect to your life purpose

The healing power of humour and art are a high focus with ceremony and ritual adding beauty and reverence to the process.  Pat worked for 12 months with Jungian Psychotherapists casting and exploring myths, legends and fairy tales and  uses this and ancient symbolism to create the artistic end product.

Venue – Integrated Events Centre , Unit 12, Number  6 Airborne Rd, Albany

Dates  – 19th and 20th June –  9.30 to 4.30 each day

Investment  – $299.00 includes product for casting

Payment options available—please enquire

10 places only so book early on 09 4283836 or email: joyologist@humour-resources.com

www.joyology.co.nz

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