Learn what science has revealed about the incredible power of creative thinking. Whether you’re a graphic designer, teacher, or engineer; creative thinking is a key component to success. You’ll learn the traits of innovative thinkers and how to further develop those skills on your own. Discover how to come up with new solutions and move past creative blocks. This workshop combines the power of shared experience, movement, and meditation to leave you inspired and reconnected with your creative self.
This workshop includes a full Vinyasa practice designed for all abilities, a guided meditation, and creative play. If you have any concerns or questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
Things to know:
Please bring your own mat and props if needed. We will have a few props, though not a full studio complement given the unique location.
Bring a water bottle. There will be water on-site.
This is a very popular program and will sell-out. We are unable to take ANY drop-in attendees on the day. You must book in advance.
NO refunds within 7 days of the program date, unless we can find a replacement attendee.
Date: Winter 2019
Pamela is a painter, artist, and experience seeker who deeply understands the process of connecting to and building up our creative impulses. Her, award winning paintings have been shown in numerous exhibitions in New England, Belgium, and Germany. She is also a former Chief Creative Officer who has worked to inspire creativity in her team to design engaging experiences and brand identities that consumers love.
When not creating, Pamela teaches yoga and rescues steers from a nearby farm.
Photo credit: Tracey Rodriguez Photography
Isabelle has 15+ years experience leveraging technology, design, and data to build and grow disruptive technology companies. Her experience ranges from early stage startups to large public companies including Care.com, Treatwell, TripAdvisor, and Upromise.
In her spare time she teaches yoga + meditation as a tool to unlock personal potential and is an advocate for the wellbeing of women and children.
Photo credit: Grazier Photography