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Intuitive Art Workshop

Instructor: Natasha Sudenis

Intuitive Art Toronto

Intuitive Art Toronto: Workshop on Sunday, November 25th, 2018 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm

Fee: $70

Pre-registration necessary: To register online: click here or contact us: info@lucsculpture.com, 416-461-7936 or contact Natasha directly at natasha.sudenis@gmail.com

Unleash your creativity! Forget about technique or creating something good looking. Tune out of social media/work/school. DARE to embrace your inner guide. This ain’t no paint night! Here we WANT to paint outside of the lines and create something uniquely our own. 

Intuitive painting is letting go of having a plan or doing what we think we ought to. It means grabbing the brush and following your body, your senses, and feelings, and allowing for something to emerge. It helps us quiet down the inner critic and listen more carefully to our own wisdom. Through this process, we can better learn how to practice self compassion, presence, and connection to ourselves and others.

Natasha will lead you through some warmups and visualizations to awaken your senses and then you will immerse yourself in painting. This will be a safe and supportive environment and I will be there to answer any questions or concerns along the way. We will have a short break to socialize or snack, then we will continue painting until our closing circle. 


ABOUT NATASHA MA(c), Exat, BA, hon :

Natasha is a member of the Ontario Expressive Arts Therapy Association and a Master Candidate in Expressive Arts Therapy and Psychology from the European Graduate School in Switzerland. She is certified in Cognitive Behavioural Therapy, Narrative Therapy, Solution Focused Brief Therapy from the Hincks Dellcrest Institute in Toronto. Additionally, she completed a three-year graduate diploma from the CREATE Institute in Toronto where her journey began.
Natasha has developed groups that serve women who face addictions, survivors of intimate partner abuse, women who struggle with eating disorders, refugee youth, and much more. she believes in the power of art as a platform for social justice and community building.