What happens when life and art meet?

After thirty 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 are 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.

Find out about the Life/Art Incubation Package that I am offering in the New Year. This is a unique opportunity to access your personal stories to birth a creative project. Click here for all the details! 

Adriana Marchione

Let's Work Together.

ART AND SOMATIC THERAPY

If you are seeking support and would like to work with an experienced professional, I offer an effective approach to art and somatic (body-based) therapy. Contact me for a free 15 minute phone consult.

GROUPS AND PRESENTATIONS

As a seasoned teacher and group facilitator, I bring healing opportunities through creativity and movement expression. Join me at my Creative Day Retreats at the San Francisco Zen Center or access my full schedule

CREATIVE MENTORING

Looking for guidance and accountability for your creative project?  Learn more about creativity coaching and check out the new Life/Art Incubation Package that includes private sessions and group support.

ART AND FILM

As an artist, I am continually finding ways to be engaged in my own creative work which draws from the mediums of film, dance, writing, performance, and photography.  See more in Film and Projects or find my current film project at www.thecreativehigh.com.

“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