ART for soothing & strengthening : Grief and Loss

Grieving and coming to terms with the loss of a loved one takes time – sometimes a long time. There is no easy way through it, no guide book, and no step by step paths to follow. However, there are things you can do to help alleviate the pain, accommodate your loss and find a meaningful life – albeit reshaped.

These may include spending time with friends and family, exercise, appreciating nature. Journalling can be useful for some. Creating art can be another. Art can help  us understand and acknowledge  – perhaps better accept  – sorrow and loss, by providing the space to find clarity and the language to express deep feelings, especially those difficult to put into words.  This can be useful for the viewer and/ or the maker.

Art for Soothing & Strengthening is a program designed for people who are feeling those profound emotions of grief and loss. You are welcomed into a creative space where you can create – maybe something honouring the person you have lost, expressing your deep emotions, or simply enjoying the pleasures of creating. Creating art at a time of sorrow and grieving, perhaps by making a memorial piece to remember or commemorate a loved one can be an uplifting experience for individuals, families or groups.

There are spaces available for you Saturday workshops, session times and dates are on TryBooking 

These groups are suitable for families, including children (older primary school aged).   Feel free to contact me if you would like to organise your own art workshops.

Bookings through TryBooking https://www.trybooking.com/BANVS

Download the flyer : 2019 Art for soothing & strengthening. Grief and loss

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