Lunch and Learn: Exploring Your Creative Practice for Health and Wellness
December 8 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
What makes you come alive? Where do you feel the most energized or the most at peace? Join Midori Evans, Groundwork member and founder of Midori Creativity for a workshop on Exploring Your Creative Practice for Health and Wellness. The program focuses on the art of crafting a creative practice to calm your nerves, invigorate your day, and open the door to more meaningful experiences.
This is our first in-person lunch and learn at Groundwork in over 18 months, and to celebrate we’re providing lunch for all attendees! This workshop is free for Groundwork members; we ask that the general public contribute a small donation. Space is limited so reserve your spot online.
Midori Evans is the founder of Midori Creativity, a creativity-coaching business that helps individuals and businesses connect to their best creative selves. A lifelong creative explorer, Midori loves to travel and is a gifted writer, photographer, musician, and educator. She draws on the inspiration of the natural world in her work as a creativity coach, writer, and landscape photographer. She founded Creativity Abloom, a series of conversations about creativity and currently runs Artists Share!, a monthly artist critique group, and seasonal Artist’s Way group classes. Look for her creativity exercises in The Creativity Workbook for Coaches and Creatives edited by Eric Maisel and her chapter in the just published Transformational Journaling for Coaches, Therapists, and Clients: A Complete Guide to the Benefits of Personal Writing edited by Lynda Monk and Eric Maisel.