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Mindful Moments Workshops

Explore your creativity and learn skills that improve
communication, focus, and empathy. 

These online workshops are well suited for
small to medium groups of 4 to 30 people.

The Zen Moment

Finding inner quiet when you really need it

These days, finding a quiet space to work isn't always an option. Join me in this workshop to learn some of the ways that you can use art to find the still center in the mind.

Read My Mind and Draw This!

Directed doodling

This fun, and interactive workshop may feel like a game, but it offers some important lessons in empathy and communication.

Taming Your Inner Critic

From adversary to mentor

Learn a few simple tools to help you tame and ultimately befriend that savage voice in your head.

Dodgeball or Catch?

Making the most of feedback

Even well-meant feedback can feel like an attack. Learn some ways to get past the defensive reaction so that you can improve and grow, personally and professionally.

 

The Zen Moment

Learn to find inner quiet when you need it most.

Using breathing, mindfulness, and creative doodling to restore yourself to a state of calm productivity, even when things around you are in an uproar.

  • Format: online workshop

  • Time length: 30 minutes

  • Best for: small to medium groups (4-30 people)

  • Materials required: pen and paper

  • Prerequisites: none

  • Cost: Contact Christa for pricing

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Read My Mind and Draw This!

Building empathy and communication

  • In this fun and interactive drawing workshop, participants will work in small teams to give and follow instructions to complete a simple drawing. We will exercise our “mental muscles” to build skills in communication, clarity of expression, focus, listening, and empathy.

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Taming Your Inner Critic

From adversary to mentor

In creating any thing, from a building-sized mural to painting a fingernail, at some point one will need to ask oneself,
“Is this looking the way I want it to?”

The voice that answers this question is the inner critic. It is a part of each of us, and it serves an important function. Its job is to help you to succeed.

Unfortunately, instead of a source of help,  for many this inner voice has become a vicious attacker.

This workshop is designed to give you some tools to improve this relationship.

  • Format: online workshop

  • Time length: 30 minutes

  • Best for: small to medium groups (4-30 people)

  • Materials required: pen and paper

  • Prerequisites: none

  • Cost: Contact Christa for pricing

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Dodgeball or Catch?

Making the most of feedback

Everyone likes to hear how great their work is. But as every professional knows, it is through hearing what we can do better that we make real strides in improving our work. This means that we have to deal with criticism.

In this workshop, we'll begin with a brief centering exercise. Then we'll cover methods and techniques for making the most of the feedback that comes your way, whether it's positive or negative. Regardless of how a critique is presented, we can always find ways to use it to learn and improve.

  • Format: online workshop

  • Time length: 30 minutes

  • Best for: small to medium groups (4-30 people)

  • Materials required: sticky notes and a marker

  • Prerequisites: an open mind, willingness to learn, and a sense of humor

  • Cost: Contact Christa for pricing

"Dodgeball"