K2236-4: TRUST YOUR ARTIST - A creative Retreat with Larissa Mazbouh (artist and art educator) and Joe Holtaway (musican and songwriter)09.09.2022 - 15.09.2022
What does your inner voice say when you take the time to listen to it?
TRuYA welcomes all to come and explore their creativity this spring!
Over a week you are invited to take part in workshops dedicated to creativity: writing, painting, song and movement. We will playfully explore the relationship between what’s inside of us and how to share it with the world outside.
Accompanied by your inner team: the curious child, your zen master, the selfcompassionate one, the art activist, the adventurer and everyone you carry with their potential.
Playfulness and relaxation are our tools, the present is the place to act.
Rumi says, “There is a place beyond right and wrong. That's where we'll meet. "
Check out www.wakeupyourartist.com for more information.
„Helping with the awakening of the people, helping them touch the seed of joy, of peace, of happiness in themselves, helping them transform the seeds of discrimination, fear and craving. The artist can do all this.“ Thich Nhat Hanh
The course-leaders kindly ask for a donation. Please give it directly to them during the course.
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Joe grew up in Cornwall, on the coast of the UK, with folk music and festivals. Moved to London in his early 20s to study poetry and English. He became involved with the Wake Up London community in 2011, after receiving Thich Nhat Hanh's book 'True Love' from a friend and helped start their Peace Sounds project, now a label releasing songs inspired by the peace movement from the community and it's...
Larissa studied this and that, created small and big things and let go of ridiculous and dramatic facts. She is interested in finding out, being surprised, getting lost and being found again. Getting rid of the safety net while steadily strengthening the anchor. Hobbies: Crawling though the woods and increasing wealth by sharing. Looking forward to play together and borrowing Mary Olivers words: T...