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Happy V. Happy Me.

If my vagina could respond to this workshop she would say, ‘hello world, here I am!! I’ve been asleep for a while but I’m starting to wake up and it feels good. I am a force of nature.!!!!’
— past participant

Using Expressive Art Therapy techniques, image and play, explore the story of your sexuality and unleash your inner awesome. Tap into you inner wisdom to learn how to embrace pleasure and honour the real you. Bring a buddy or come solo for a relaxing evening of art and self-exploration. 

  • Safe, nurturing environment.
  • No artistic skill necessary.
  • Tea, Coffee, and tasty treats 
  • All materials supplied just bring your imagination. 
  • Juicy hand-outs to take home

The details:

Thursday April 23, 2015
Suite 203-309 Main St. (above Coast Mountain Sports)
6:45-10:00 PM
Tickets: $29 or $49 for two

Bring comfy clothes, a journal if you like, and a shirt you don't mind getting a little dirty.


Call 867-332-0904 for more details or register here.


What participants are saying:

I appreciate how Meghan and Sofia made me feel safe right away by acknowledging the phone conversation we had before I registered – if not by words, then by expression, by giving me a hug. This support continued throughout the workshop. I felt I could share as much or as little as I wanted , no judgement.
— past participant
I enjoyed the entire process. It was very healing and it has gotten my in touch with my body and my sexuality. It allowed space for non-judgment I am grateful for this.
— past participant
Enjoyed the day, thank you. I would love to see more around this topic. A series would be great. Very comfortable and great space. I am glad I participated.
— past participant

Your Facilitators:

Meghan Hajash is passionate about Expressive Art Therapy and using those skills to hold space for others to uncover their own answers. Meghan is a Vancouver-based Expressive Art Therapist and recently launched her company Art Empowers. Meghan is a also a long time facilitator and conference organizer. 

Sofia Fortin is a long time facilitator and communications specialist and the brainchild behind the Happy Vagina Project - an initiative to get women talking about sex and thinking about the connections between the boardroom and the bedroom. She is soaking up all she can about feminine energy, leadership and sex and dishing out real style in an effort to change the world

What is Expressive Art Therapy

The premise of Expressive Art therapy is to use various artistic and therapeutic techniques including painting, drawing, imagery, drama, music, poetry, clay and/or movement, that tap into one's subconscious and imagination, to facilitate and support change and growth.No artistic skill necessary.

Art Empowers focuses on group Expressive Art Therapy workshops, art education workshops and one-to-one sessions. Art Empowers is a sole proprietorship owned and operated by Meghan Hajash. Currently Art Empowers is working with Turning Point Recovery Centre, MadeinBC dance company and Another Space Studio. Art Empowers runs on a client centred, all-inclusive, loving environment. Meghan is extremely passionate about using Expressive Art therapy techniques in a cooperative and collaborative way supporting people's quality of life.  

 

 

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