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Spring 20213 Mandala Drawing Workshop

                   
            Freedom is Letting Go


This one day workshop focuses attention on creating mandalas to facilitate letting go of anxious thoughts, false concepts, wants, and desires in order to experience more peace of mind and happiness.  Participants will have the opportunity to examine their attachments and to release fears and expectations of loss that cause suffering such as fear of illness, death and dying.

When:  April 20th, Sat., 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Where:  2972 Bailey Ave., Medford,(Nearest cross street Delta Waters)
How to Register:  e-mail Janet London at [email protected] or Diane
Tibbitts at [email protected] or call Janet at 541-608-9238 or Diane at 541-779-1840
A $10 reservation fee is requested at the time of registration to hold your place in the group.
Fee: $60
Facilitators:  Diane Tibbitts, M.Ed, LPC and Janet London, M.ED.                 Diane has 37 years of experience in counseling persons of all ages in how to reach a deeper level of healthy awareness and integration of self.  Janet has been facilitating mandala workshops and classes in the Rogue Valley for the past eight years.

Bring a sack lunch and Prismacolor pencils with 2 white pencils.  Paper will be provided.



“Attending the Luminous Mandala class was incredibly helpful in moving me forward with my future goals.  It helped me to accept me and my health problems and to embrace and encompass all part of me as not good or bad, just me.”
J.–Fall 2011

“Attending the Healing Mandala Workshop changed my life.  As a novice artist and professional helper I was provided with an expressive technique to process painful experiences, encourage others, and discover hidden strengths and resources.” R–Fall 2011

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