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5/8, 5/15, 5/22, 5/29 Healing Arts Series
May 8 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm$99
Movement and Creativity are important tools we can all use to develop and strengthen the social-emotional skills we need to move through life. They are ways that we can express our unique voice. Join Eve Andry for a guided exploration of yoga and art as healing modalities.
Sessions will begin with an empowering trauma-informed yoga practice. Students will be invited to explore movement in a safe and supportive environment. Each class will be carefully crafted and structured around a theme related to self-care and self-awareness. In these sessions students will become aware of what they need in the moment and through light movement become grounded and balanced.
The class will gently transition into a guided creative session where we will explore the power of color and self-expression for healing. We will delve into the ways that we can be creative using a variety of art materials. Students will be able to engage in their own unique way, releasing the judgement and criticism that often accompanies art making. Though the exercises are done in a group setting, each student will have a deeply personal experience. Students are provided all of the materials they’ll need and most importantly, they are guided through the creative process.
No previous art experience necessary.
- May 8th, 15th, 22nd, and 29th
- Wednesdays 6:30 – 8:00 pm
- $99 for whole series, $115 after 5/1
Eve Andry, RYT 200, is an artist and therapeutic art facilitator. Eve was first introduced to art as a healing modality as a teenager. After transforming her own trauma through art and movement she became focused on creating opportunities for others to do the same. She is certified as a Social Emotional Arts Instructor through UCLArts and Healing and is also certified as an Art4Healing facilitator. Eve is passionate about creating safe spaces for people to express their feelings using color and abstract expression. She currently facilitates at several agencies with small children, at-risk youth and underserved populations.
Eve believes in the healing power of art and movement. After experiencing a trauma-informed yoga class and creating a powerful connection with her body, she became certified as a trauma-informed yoga teacher in 2016. Eve’s goal is to create opportunities for students to feel completely in charge of their bodies and their practice. Through the use of empowering language and carefully crafted prompts, Eve encourages participants to feel strong and confident in their bodies. Her goal is to fuse both art and yoga as healing in one space to promote presence, self-awareness and healing.