Mandala Body Mapping: a YogART creative journey

Mandala Body Mapping: a YogART creative journey

with Ceylan Hulya and Lisa Rasmussen of ‘Art 4 All People’
Saturday, May 27 / 2-4 pm
$35 in advance / $45 day-of
*Cost includes all art supplies & handouts.

What is the deepest wish of the heArt?

YogART is an empowering practice for healing and self-discovery. This is a holistic modality weaving together transformative practices— breathwork, meditation, creative visualization, art making, yoga, writing, coaching, group dialogue, and witnessing— into one potent transformative art experience.

In this practice, participants will create a life-size Chakra Body Map, entering into a contemplative, relational experience with our imagination and body through the mapping of seven mandalas (chakras).  This process will enhance your personal journey into greater awareness, understanding, self-discovery, and well-being.

All participants will take home their art and will be given tools for further self-reflection and understanding.

For all levels of practice. No yoga or art experience needed. 

Register here.

Art 4 All People’s co-founders Ceylan Hulya MA and Lisa Rasmussen MFA are the co-creators of a new Transformative Arts and Consciousness Practice. The ‘YogART Way’ Is an innovative tool for transformation, healing, self-realization, and well-being. They formed ‘Art 4 All People’ in 2012 as a sanctuary for creativity and healing. Both are professional artists, longtime teachers, and advocates of transformative art. In their numerous workshops, classes, public events and gallery exhibits, Hulya and Rasmussen have seen firsthand the intrinsic power of art to transform, empower and heal. They founded Art 4 All People LLC in Malibu out of an intention to create a sanctuary that fosters creativity, community, imagination and reverence and have a talent for expanding people’s awareness of the depth and breadth of Art. They have helped thousands of people in Hilo, Los Angeles, Istanbul and beyond directly experience the healing benefits of Art as a contemplative practice and as a vehicle for well being and growth. They are also the co-authors of the book, “YogART: The Art of Transformation” and “YogART 4 Compassion.”

Visit Art 4 All People’s website for more info.

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