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Sacred Vessel Workshop with Sound Healing

March 23 @ 10:00 am 4:00 pm

Facilitated by Cari Skier

At WildHeart: Center for Performance and Embodiment Practice

10am-4pm, Saturday March 23, 2024

The Sacred Vessel Workshop is a full-day retreat of integrating the art-making process with a live, immersive, healing soundscape to help you release the things that no longer serve you.

This workshop explores the Japanese art of Kintsugi and the philosophy of Wabi Sabi as a means of self-acceptance and healing.

The vessel represents us as an individual, we are vessels that hold many things. But sometimes we break and need to be put back together. Our brokenness changes us, makes us who we are. And so we will break and then repair our bowls by painting, collaging and writing and highlighting our beautiful cracks with gold.  Expressing through images and words, all the hidden components that make us, us. This is a deeply personal process that will challenge you to embrace your imperfections with self-compassion and love.No artistic skills necessary,
All materials provided.

$75 per person

*Please reach out if money is a barrier

Frequently asked questions

Who is it for?  Anyone interested in exploring art-making as a process for healing. No prior skills needed.

Do I need to bring anything? Just a bag lunch! All workshop materials are provided.

Do I need to be an artist to participate in this workshop? No, no art skills are necessary. Anyone can do this activity.

What is Sound Healing? Sound Healing, or sound bath is a meditative experience where those in attendance are “bathed” in sound waves. These waves are produced by various sources, including healing instruments such as gongs, crystal singing bowls, percussion, chimes, rattles, tuning forks, and even the human voice itself.

About the Facilitator:

Cari Skier is a Therapeutic Art Specialist & Certified Sound Healing Practitioner. She specializes in supporting people to heal symptoms of stress, anxiety and depression through the healing modalities of art and sound. Cari holds a BFA,  a Masters degree in Education and a degree in occupational therapy. Working for years with people struggling with emotional health matters, Cari believes that use of art and sound compliment each other well to heal past wounds, ease emotional symptoms, manage pain and strengthen resilience.  ​Cari offers warm-hearted and individually tailored programs that will support you to accept, express, make sense of and transform your emotions for powerful healing.

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