Sat, Oct 05|
A weekend of Mandala Making with Kathryn Costa
Take one or all 3 workshops and immerse yourself into beauty, color and form in a practice that fosters mindfulness and awakens your creativity.
Time & Location
Oct 05, 2019, 1:00 PM – Oct 06, 2019, 1:00 PM
About the Event
Take one or all 3 workshops and immerse yourself into beauty, color and form in a practice that fosters mindfulness and awakens your creativity. No experience necessary!
Introduction to Mandalas:
Saturday, October 5, 2019
1pm to 4pm
Discover your inner artist. Give yourself an afternoon of relaxation and play. Immerse yourself into beauty, color and form in a practice that fosters mindfulness and awakens your creativity. The mandala is a circular art form that anyone can learn how to draw. This workshop includes a centering meditation, simple step-by-step instructions, and plenty of time create something uniquely yours. No art experience needed. All tools and supplies provided. Share the creative joy and bring a friend!
Root Chakra Mandala Art:
Saturday, October 5, 2019
6pm to 9pm
Create art to feel centered and grounded. Slip into the creative zone and connect with your root chakra, the energy center that provides support for a healthy body, mind, and spirit. Balancing the root chakra helps to feel safe, grounded, and peaceful. This class begins with a Soul Journey Meditation designed to gently awaken the root chakra and your creativity. The root chakra checklist reveals how your root chakra is affecting your physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. You'll quickly and easily draw the root chakra mandala using one of Kathryn’s new chakra stencils. It's fun to add color, patterns, and words into your chakra mandala artwork as you focus on positive intentions and affirmations. No art experience needed. All tools and supplies provided.
Labyrinth Mandala Art:
Sunday, October 6, 2019
10am to 1pm
Awaken your creativity and reflect on your life’s path. What do labyrinths and the expressive arts have in common? Both offer us the time and space to unplug from the busyness and distractions of our daily lives. In this workshop, you’ll learn how to draw a labyrinth in the medieval style inspired by the labyrinth found at the Cathedral of Chartres, France. Once drawn, we’ll “walk” along the path by adding color, patterns and journal writing. This is a lovely activity that will give you time to reflect on where you’re at on your life’s journey. No art experience needed. All tools and supplies provided.
“The insights gained through self reflection during mandala creation have been so valuable to my mental and emotional health.”
Kathryn’s workshops are so enjoyable and participants leave knowing how to create a mandala and with lots of inspiration. Her knowledge and passion for mandala work is evident in the care and ease with which she presents it. Participants always leave happy and wanting more!”
“Kathryn is a wonderful instructor. Her peaceful demeanor and meditative voice puts people right at ease. She’s well prepared with with all materials and even puts together an informative handout for students to take home. She explains things clearly, is always encouraging for those who struggle, and she shares a few beautiful and relevant stories during the workshop. She’s welcome back to my studio anytime!”
“The teacher “makes” the class. Kathryn is a warm, engaging, kind, very knowledgable and generous teacher. She embodies the virtues and wisdom teachings of this practice creating a safe, fun, and accessible expressive arts experience that is deeply nourishing.”
About the Instructor:
Kathryn Costa loves to open the door to creative joy for those who love beauty and yearn to awaken their inner artist. Kathryn has taught thousands of people all over the world how to draw mandalas in her YouTube videos, online classes, workshops, and book, “The Mandala Guidebook: How to Draw, Paint, and Color Expressive Mandala Art.” Kathryn has taught mandala programs at The Omega Institute, Kripalu Center for Yoga & Health, and One Spirit Learning Alliance. Learn more at www.truenortharts.com.