Awakening Expressive Arts
UPLIFTING GROUP SESSIONS AVAILABLE ONLINE FOR CHILDREN, ADULTS, AND SENIORS VIA ZOOM.
Shlomit’s sessions are held in a non-judgmental environment that fosters creativity and freedom of expression.
Up-coming Workshop: Gratitude
Uplifting personal growth workshop with Shlomit Oren PCEAF
When: Thursday 11/19/2020
Time: 7:30-9:15pm (EST)
Investment: $22.00 for a single session or $80.00 for 4 sessions.
Zoom link will be sent to you after you register.
About the workshop:
Gratitude is the highest vibration!
Research has shown that practicing appreciation can improve our general well-being, increase happiness and reduce depression. Now more than ever, it is important for us to practice gratitude for self-care.
In a small group of delightful participants we will get to embody GRATITUDE through exercises from meditation, movement, dance, visual arts and writing.
While Awakening Expressive Arts is not therapy, it is a therapeutic process that helps cope and heal.
All are welcome. No artistic talents is necessary in order to participate.
This program is led in a loving and supportive environment that promotes self-discovery and enlightenment.
What to prepare:
1) Private space to move in
2) Pen and paper
3) Paper and any art materials of your choice (pastels, water colors, markers, acrylics, etc...)
Looking forward to exploring with you!
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What is Awakening Expressive Arts?
AEA was created by Shlomit Oren BS, PCEAF and is based on Person-Centered Expressive Arts Therapy as created by Natalie Rogers PhD and her father Carl Rogers PhD. AEA is a series of group workshops designed for personal growth, creativity and mental health. A creative experience is often times enlightening. An enlightening experience is often times a creative process. Therefore, the tools we use during an AEA session may include meditation, movement, dance, writing, visual arts, singing, music, drama and more. Anyone can practice AEA, no artistic experience is required. Shlomit will help you to awaken and integrate all aspects of self—the body, mind, emotions and spirit with her healing expertise and uplifting energy. Awakening Expressive Arts will help you rediscover your innate creativity and nourish your soul.
About Shlomit Oren
Shlomit is a Person-Centered Expressive Arts facilitator, owner of Gleeful Wellness LLC and performing artist based in NYC.
In 2012 Shlomit acquired a BA in theater at Circle in the Square Theater School in NYC. After touring the US with the Ringling Brothers and Barnum and Bailey as a clown and performing for hospitalized children, individuals with disabilities and families, she felt a strong call to facilitate healing work with individuals through the arts.
In 2016 Shlomit graduated magna cum laude with a BS in Psychology at the Northern State University. There she got to adapt all of her studies directly into healing and empowerment programs for children and women combining yoga, dance, body language training and expressive arts.
In 2018 Shlomit co-created her company Gleeful Wellness LLC in collaboration with her husband David Ross. GW specializes in uplifting services for seniors, adults and children through wellness and entertainment. Her services are offered in hospitals, nursing homes, rehabilitation centers, pediatric units, schools, community centers and now virtually to the global community.
Since 2019 Shlomit continually trains at the Person-Centered Expressive Art Institute in Sonoma, CA in collaboration with the Alaska Anchorage University where she developed her unique program Awakening Expressive Arts. She also trains at the Trauma-Informed Practices and Expressive Arts Therapy Institute and at the Spirit of a Woman Leadership Development Institute. Shlomit is a certified Person-Centered Expressive Arts Facilitator. Shlomit is also a member of Village Playback Theater company and a founding member of Adventure Players Live Theater company. Two companies dedicated for social change that serve as a conduit for safe self-expression to its audiences.