The Energy Cog: The Healing Power of Art Journaling - Book Now!

By becoming creative we heal ourselves; by healing ourselves we discover our creativity. Here at the Energy Cog we use a powerful combination of mind-body tools and Art Journaling to open the way for real and exciting life-transformation. While Art Journaling is an enjoyable and creative way to explore our feelings and unveil our blocks, the mind-body tools give us practical methods to move beyond these blocks and embrace our dreams. This potent combination of modalities can literally rewire our neurological and physiological patterning for greater health and happiness. 
 
This is a three-hour workshop hosted by Hebe, a qualified therapist, yoga and mindfulness teacher, and Claire, a professional artist, therapist and mindfulness teacher. Together they'll take you through a process of creativity, giving you the tools to help empower you to manifest the life that you want. All equipment and materials are provided.

Practicalities

Where? We are based in the studio space at the back of the Minter-Kemp gallery (aka Tom Dickins) at the top of Whiteladies Road, Clifton.

When? Upcoming workshop dates are 28th March, 18th April and 2nd May. Dates after that will be confirmed later on, but we shall we continuing them throughout the year.

Length of session: Three hours

Maximum number of attendees: Six

Cost: £65 (concessions available - please enquire) 

Payment method: Bank Transfer or cheque 

Equipment and materials: Provided

Covid: We will of course be following government guidelines. If we have to postpone or you have to pull out due to covid-related reasons, then bookings can roll over or we can give you a refund. 

Upcoming Dates:

  • Monday 28th June, 6:00-9:00pm
  • Monday 12th July, 4:30-7:30pm
  • Saturday 31st July, 10am-1:00pm

HOW TO BOOK

To book your place and to be kept up to date about upcoming courses, please send an email to Claire and Hebe at info@thenergycog.com or use the booking link http://bit.ly/artcogworkshop 

Event location: 
Tom Dickins/Minter-Kemp Gallery
Whiteladies Road 

Bristol  BS8 2RS

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