Thu, May 07|
Positive Creativity Playshop: Thriving Resiliently with Applied Positive Psychology and Creative Play
Let's explore Resilient and Creative Thriving! And, how about some Collective Effervescence too? This is not a 'talk'..it is a 'do'! You've been overloaded with tons of info by now, it's time to play together and have fun with creativity. Let your silly out!
Time & Location
May 07, 2020, 6:00 PM – 7:30 PM EDT
About the Event
Challenges, changes, and uncertainty are here whether you like it or not. And most of us don't! In times of stress we are often in reactive and survival mode so much that we can't access our best selves. We can do better! If you are feeling cranky and stuck lately or just wondering how to process it all, you are not alone. Here is your chance to work through some tension, process stuff, gain insights through creative expression, and get your sillies out. Although you can’t remove all stress from your life, you can learn how to 'stress well' with resilience tools and creative play with art, dance, and music games.
Come play! In this informal FREE zoom gathering we can explore creative activities and positive psychology skills mixed together. It's time to amp up your grit and adaptability! Please click READ MORE!
During this Resilience Mastery Pop-Up we'll practice resilience tools to help us improve our ability to manage uncertainty and challenges and we will play with fun creative collective bonding activities that build what is called collective effervescence. Using creative expression in playful ways will lead us into art making so be sure to have paper and any colors of pens, crayons, or markers available. We’ll also be playing with creative sound making and vocal explorations such as conversations of gibberish, imagining sound qualities of found objects, and playing with rhythms.
No prior expeirence needed, of course! Silly hats and props are warmy welcome and bring along any instruments you may have too. Pots and pans and found objects definitely count as instruments!
Your playshop guides are long-time siblings in the world of silly creative play, Nina Sherak (Resilience-Mastery.com) and Ron Kravitz (Musicinthemoment.com).
--Ron is a master facilitator of improvisational vocal and rhythm expression, a Music for People facilitator, and the owner of Music in the Moment where he teaches many music, drumming, and vocal groove workshops, and hosts his world famous concert series, Underground at Ron's. To hear Ron's original music recordings and learn more about his background, the instruments he sells, and classes visit www.musicinthemoment.com.
--Nina has a varied background that includes certification in positive psychology and a BFA in dance and an MS in Exercise Physiology. She is a certified Resilience trainer, life coach, Mastermind leader, Group Motion dance workshop facilitator, and all around curious person. Nina is always up for exploring crazy, playful collisions of movement, sound, and art expression.
This workshop is FREE. If you would like to and are able to contribute, donations of any kind are gratefully appreciated to support Ron, Philadelphia's wonderful gifted musical wizard. Ron is currently unable to run his music business due to coronavirus restrictions. You can donate to Ron directly via Paypal: email@example.com
It's time to think out of survive and into thrive. Let's get resilient together and explore our creative playful selves. After registering make sure to check your email 'Updates' folder for your email confirmation and zoom link to join the event.
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