Creative Arts Workshops

A series of therapeutic and playful Creative Arts workshops designed for personal growth and empowerment in the heart of NYC.

December 2022 - March 2023

Winter series by shlomit & ida

what is creative arts?

Creative arts  is the use of visual arts, music, drama, dance/movement, sound, poetry/writing, play and meditation in a supportive setting to facilitate growth and healing. It is a process of discovering ourselves through any art form that comes from an emotional depth. It is not about creating art that is "pretty" or ready for the stage. It is about authentically expressing inner feelings by creating outer forms. A fun and deep experience!

Upcoming workshop December 12th 2022

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Give yourself an end-of-the-year self-care gift! What is weighing on you? Are you ready to let go of it? Join our upcoming workshop, where you will release 2022 and renew your energy for 2023 through Creative Arts. 

 

Through meditation, movement, visual art making, and play, you will be guided into a powerful experience to release whatever is no longer serving you in a supportive and friendly environment. No previous experience is required.  Let’s start 2023 with high vibrations!

When: Monday, December 12th 2022

 

Time: 6:30-8:30pm

 

Where: Ideal Glass Studios 9 West 8th Avenue Manhattan NY

 

Price: $70.00 early bird price until December 7th

or

$80.00 regular price.

 You may pay via Venmo (@shlomit-oren-ross) or through this website. (If you choose to pay through this website there will be an extra $5 processing fee).

 

*Space is limited to 15 participants only. Males, females, and gender-fluid people are welcome!

 

**All art materials are provided. Just bring a bottle of water, your open mind, and your playfulness.

***No refunds. Credit available.

WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?

LIAT, participant

At the end, we were asked what surprised us the most, my answers was - ME!!

can't wait for next time. Thank you sooooo much!

JAMIE, participant

I noticed my AWE in what you are creating- this powerful community, this deep art-making is soul satiating! Thank you!

THAIS, participant

This Creative Arts workshop allowed me to connect with myself at a deeper level, to be one with my happiness and my emotions...I'm forever thankful for giving us such a beautiful and magical experience

about the facilitators

IDA GARCIA

 Cuban-born Drama Therapist and artist living in New York City. She is an NYU graduate with a Masters in Drama Therapy. Ida is currently working at Cooke School with adolescents and young adults with special needs bringing theater towards therapeutic goals. Her recent work also includes being the Teaching Assistant to Susana Pendzik (PHD., RDT) for her Autobiographical Therapeutic Theater class at NYU. Ida is the Co-Artistic director of Big Apple Playback theater company, and has an extensive career working in theater, TV, and cinema, both in Havana and New York. Her recent artistic endeavors are creating an Autobiographical Therapeutic Film “Migrating to Myself” where she tells her healing journey of self discovery and immigration. She starred and wrote Angela, a short film that tells her experience as an immigrant in NYC (available on Amazon Prime).

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Shlomit Oren

Shlomit is a multi-generational Person-Centered Expressive Arts facilitator and healer, owner of Gleeful Wellness LLC, multi-faceted performing artist, physical actress, belly dancer, and clown. Shlomit graduated from the Spirit of A Woman Institute where she trained as a Life Coach.​ She graduated from the Person-Centered Expressive Arts Institute in Sonoma, CA.​ Shlomit is now pursuing a Somatic Therapy graduate degree at Prescott College.​ She offers artistic retreats, 1:1 Expressive Arts Counseling sessions, therapeutic belly dance programs, and group workshops for for kids, adults and seniors. As a performing artist she has toured and made appearances nation wide in the US & around the world. Shlomit's mission is to uplift communities through creative arts.

 

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