K2115-1: WAKE UP YOUR ARTIST14.04.2021 - 18.04.2021
A Course with Larrisa Mazbouh and Joe Holtaway
WUYA invites you on a mindfulness adventure this spring! A week dedicated to discovering your creativity: singing, painting, dancing, writing and finding out about abundance in the silence. Together we explore what moves you inside and ways to share it with the world. Your inner team accompanies you - the curious child, the grumpy critic and everyone who is on board. Playfulness and relaxation are our tools, the present moment is the place to act. Rumi sais: Beyond right and wrong there is a field. We look forward to meet you there!
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Participation age is around 16 - 35
The teachers kindly ask for a donation. Please give this directly to the teachers during the course.
Due to the current situation, courses can only be booked with restrictions in terms of room selection:
- The room categories multi-bed room, commuter and camping / caravan are not available
- Single rooms with and without shower are available to single bookers
- Double rooms can only be booked by couples or people from the same household
- For organizational reasons, courses can only be booked as a whole, a day-by-day, shorter or longer stay is not possible
- The options mentioned with regard to the room selection can be changed again in accordance with any later relaxed conditions on the part of the state government and the situation in the EIAB.
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...