Soulistry Workshops

Soulistry Workshops are fun, easy, relaxing (as assists in de-stressing), creative and help make the connection between creativity and spirituality.  No ‘art experience’ necessary – at all!

They can be modified to meet the needs of the group – workshop format or retreat format; day-long, weekend or week-long length; groups of 4 – 10; larger groups (10+).

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A Spirituality of Play

An opportunity to experience playful creativity in a safe, nurturing environment, participants will explore both several techniques and discover the “child-within” in a gentle and delightful way that deepens their sense of spirituality. (all-day or weekend workshop/retreat)

Awakening the Creative Spirit

As the ‘ordinary’ is transformed into the sacred, artistic soul-space is created, creativity is re-awakened, playful nature is released and spirituality is enriched in new ways.

Book-Making

Simple-and easy-to-make books will be created in a fun and playful atmosphere.

Card-Making

Create your own handmade cards using simple and fun techniques in an atmosphere of play, learning and fun.

Clowning (weekend workshop/retreat)

Mime, music, creative spirituality journaling, movement, laughter and silence are interwoven in the creation of a personal clown as a ministry of clowning is nurtured.

Creative Spirituality Journaling

In a quiet and sacred experience of artistic reflection, renewal and creativity, discover how ‘sight’ becomes ‘insight’ and uncover the invisible presence of the holy in the visible world and within.

H(art)ful Spirit (weekend workshop/retreat)

Spirit captures heart and mind as joy and creativity-within are discovered while working with a spiritual advisor, published author and Creative Spirituality Artist who encourages that intangible soul-essence of life in a variety of artistic experiences.

Mandala Creative Workshop

Mandalas have been used around the world as a form of mindfulness and creativity for centuries.  The Mandala (a Sanskrit word for sacred circle) is both a process and a tool that can bring us to a place of inspired creativity and deepened spirituality. The primary intention of the Mandala is to fully open ourselves to “being present” in the artistic process rather than creating a finished product. The Mandala process provides simple techniques to experience creative self-expression and feelings of stillness, peace and spiritual renewal.

Paper Marbling

Explore the child-within and play with saran wrap, shaving cream, felt markers, coloured inks, water, pastel chalks in new ways as beautiful one-of-a-kind marbled paper is created.

Mother-Daughter Fun

Through exploration of a fun, easy art technique and group discussion, this workshop encourages mothers and daughters together, to ignite their creative nature as their relationship is strengthened.

Paper Design Techniques

Design your own paper using a different technique each workshop. (Stained Glass Paper; Paste Paper; Bleach Paper). This fun workshop requires no art skill or training.  Wonderful results turn into unique  handmade cards, book covers, place cards, wrapping paper, placemats, bookmarks and more (!) helping to make the connection between creativity and spirituality.

ZenDoodles

Come to a ZenDoodle workshop and leave with a new easy-to-do artform that will delight and amaze you, nurture your spiritual journey, provide countless hours of playful and gentle relaxation and stimulate your muse in the creation of unique greeting cards, paintings, calligraphy, envelopes and more!

“I would highly recommend June’s workshops for anyone looking for a unique way to explore their creativity and spirituality.”

Judith Coleman

Anglican Church of Canada

“Soulistry awakened my creativity and supported my quest for spiritual awakening, understanding and enthusiasm for life.”

Liz Carter

British Columbia

“Art is not a natural activity for me, but June’s ability to nurture the creativity within had me not only happily participating but also delighting in the freedom to express my spirituality in a new medium.”

Barbara Coleman

President, Diocesan ACW (Anglican Church Women)

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