What happens when life and art meet?

After twenty-five years of studying, art-making, teaching, and working with hundreds of clients and students on creative self-expression, I’ve uncovered this truth: The more creative we can be in our thinking and actions, the more we can expand our perspectives, achieve our most important goals, and live a life of purpose. I’m here to help you make that happen.

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Adriana Marchione

Let's Work Together.

If you are seeking support to live with more ease and clarity, break patterns that are keeping you stuck or simply need a fresh perspective, my individual sessions can help. I’m currently offering a Special Package to get a discount on my unique approach. Click here for more info!

Looking for support and accountability for your creative project? As a coach who has real-world experience in the arts and facilitation, I will bring care and authenticity to each phase of your growth. Learn more about creativity coaching and check out my Special Coaching Package available now.

As a seasoned teacher and group facilitator, I bring healing opportunities through art and movement expression. View my current schedule which includes a European teaching tour in September, or get in touch to discuss your upcoming event. 

As an artist, I am continually finding ways to be engaged in my own creative work which draws from my background with dance, writing, performance, photography and mixed media. I have created a film which shares my story with grief and the arts, and am currently working on The Creative High, a documentary film about artists who have faced addiction. See more in Film and Projects.

“Adriana brings compassionate attention, focused witnessing, and a warm presence to her work with students and clients. This personal grace coupled with many resources and years of experience is a powerful combination.”

– Jamie McHugh, RSMT, Creator of Somatic Expression®

“Adriana Marchione’s work is brimming with creativity and depth of feeling. She focuses on what really matters, and compassionately and wisely embraces life in all its manifestations.”

– Alfonso Montuori, Professor of Arts and Culture