Sat, 24 Oct|
Play Ethic: A Creative Way for Our Time - taster session
Creativity is the greatest healing force. At a time when individually, collectively, and globally our souls, society and organisations need to be examined and healed, reconnecting with our inner child has never been more important. This workshop will put you in touch with your own creative source.
Time & Location
24 Oct 2020, 09:30 – 13:00 BST
About the Event
· Connect with your own wellspring of creativity as a source of healing and fun
· Feel optimism and confidence in learning to play, dissolving creative blocks
· Discover how to optimise your creative potential to problem solve in your everyday personal and professional life.
What do I need to take part?
· An open mind and heart
· A space to work
· A notebook and pen for making notes
· Household items such as scissors.
What people say about the event:
- "Where a lot of creativity workshops and courses are about troubleshooting "blocks", this felt much more optimistic and hands-on, showing people that their creativity is always available, and that there are so, so many (easy! and fun!) ways to play and dance with it."
- "Your specific tasks were original, unique, simple but with profound benefits and observations to be made from them."
- "I was impressed and inspired"
- "It was really good and I gained much more from it than I thought I would. It’s led to a lot of reflection. It can be applied to many educational settings."
- "Yesterday’s session was wonderful, thank you so much, I really enjoyed it. I felt like parts of me I often ignore were opened up. I actually gained some insight while doing the free fall writing! It left me feeling happy and inspired"
Who are we?
· Helen Tyrrell (MSc) is a sustainability and people practitioner with a wider background in the arts and languages. Helen has a strong belief in the power of human potential and the importance of imagination.
· Jasmine Dale is an author, mentor and trainer. She is inspired by the intelligence of ecosystems and the unlimited potential of creativity
Guest Speaker: Stuart Boardman