Art, movement and meditation
A guided journey to your inner artist
A course to help you tap into your inner artist using yoga, meditation and artistic experimentation.
- Take some judgement-free, meditative time to discover your blocked creativity, based around the ideology of Julia Cameron’s book The Artist's Way.
- Learn how to liberate and activate your inert creative abilities and, in doing so, find a sense of peace, accomplishment and joy.
- Each month the course will follow one chapter from Julia Cameron’s book as an aid to guide you.
What to expect
Each class starts with yoga/somatic movement and meditation to enable a mind-body connection that will allow you to tap into your inner artist and enable work from a calm and grounded headspace, rather than a results-driven place.
From here we combine experimentation, play, technique, and materials to encourage our creativity from the very depths of our being. As we honour the creative process as a sacred act that deserves to be nurtured, we will bring our own unique life force to a blank piece of paper.
Shown here are examples of students' quick sketches.
First Sunday of the month 4.30–7.00pm
Prices range from £10–£40 depending on your financial abundance. There is a fee associated with the booking link.
Alternatively, you can email Daniella directly.
Daniella has 30 years of experience of working in the creative industries, with particular focus on art, media, design and architecture. She has worked with entrepreneurs in creative-driven businesses in both visionary and supporting roles, as well as designed (and built) her own home.
Yasmin is a yoga teacher in Hatha, Vinyasa and Yin styles and an Ayurvedic Yoga Massage (AYM) practitioner. In her work she aims to draw together all aspects of yoga, from pranayama to meditation and asana, in order to get the full therapeutic benefit of practice.
'In order to move from the realm of shadows into the light of creativity, shadow artists must learn to take themselves seriously. With gentle, deliberate effort, they must nurture their artist child.'