UNPLUG and RECHARGE

Creative Mini-Retreats with Adriana

Art Cures:   A Retreat for Healing

Saturday, February 15, 10am – 4pm, 2020

How do we respond and recover when life’s big challenges arrive? In today’s fast-paced world it’s easier than ever to push away our deeper experiences rather than face the reality of change, losing loved ones, addiction, illness, or global and climate crises head-on. Using Adriana’s creative and compassionate approach, this one day retreat will bring basic art techniques, somatic movement support, and intimate sharing to support a more resilient response to adversity.

Cost: $110 Early Registration (by Feb. 1st), $130 Regular

Location: San Francisco Zen Center, 300 Page Street, Conference Room

A Nourishing Lunch by Bi-Rite Catering will be Provided 


Art Cures Retreat



Interested in a SCHOLARSHIP? Or want to DONATE A TICKET for an artist or a friend? Email Adriana to apply, or more information contact her at (415) 206-9630 or email: adriana@creativesourcesf.com.

 

Scholarship Donation



TESTIMONIALS:“Adriana conducts her workshop experiences with such compassion and wisdom. I appreciate how she embodies the presence of the creative process itself, as she guides us through it.  I felt sheltered to be there, and able to stretch forward in connecting with myself and others, with a deepening sense of trust.  – Casey Carney, Educator“In Adriana’s workshops I have generated personal resources during the fatal illness of a life long partner and the grief that followed. I have used them to access memories and to liberate body memories from muscles and bones. I have celebrated personal growth. Creating with others similarly engaged gives the sessions extra meaning. They are open to all; no experience necessary. Just come ready to trust her kind, clear and well planned facilitating. Adriana inspires me.” – Daniel Raskin, Retired Preschool Teacher“Adriana walks her talk with great integrity. Committed deeply to art-making as a therapeutic process, she embodies the courage, skillful attunement to self and other, and aesthetic sensibility necessary to facilitate transformation through creativity. I value her as a colleague and a leader in our field of expressive arts therapy and education.”-Elisabeth Osgood-Campbell, Dance/movement artist, and researcher at the Harvard Graduate School of Education
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