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Intuitive Art Workshop

Instructor: Art Therapist Natasha Sudenis

Intuitive Art Toronto

Monthly Intuitive Art Workshops Toronto:

Saturday, January 19, and February 23 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm 

Sunday, April 7, and May 12 and Saturday, June 1 from 1 to 4 pm

Fee: $63

No art experience needed! Only a sense of curiosity…
Materials: All Materials are included in the cost
Acrylic paints, paint brushes, collage materials, printing, plates, sponges, various painting tools for texture

Pre-registration necessary: To register online: click here or contact, 416-461-7936 or contact Natasha directly at

What is intuitive painting?:

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, a feeling or question, 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.

What is the structure of the workshop?
I will lead you through a few expressive arts therapy based warmups. These might vary from group to group but generally, they will consist of body-based warmups and exploration, visualizations, and drawing directives. You will then be guided into some personal art making time. After you finish your paintings we will witness each other’s work and process the experience creatively.

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.