As a highest degree (trauma informed) mindfulness trainer I develop bespoke Mindfulness Based Programs for museums. Let’s engage with art and really look, in a non-judgemental way, be present with a beginners-mind and with compassion to experience how fundamentally art relates to being human.
Practicing mindfulness and viewing art in our busy world is active self-care, a human virtue! They work to reduce stress, promote self-development, and help us relate differently to fear, emotions and thoughts. Both cultivate our Curiosity Quotient (CQ), and our creativity. And we work Evidence Based, scientific research also shows time and again that mindfulness, art, and culture contribute to quality & enjoyment of life, stress resilience and balance.
Bespoke programs with focus on
• Attention, and the lapse of attention
• Learning to look in a non- judgmental way
• Trauma informed mindfulness practice
• Our automatic thoughts and worrying
• How to explore feeling tones as they arose
• A different perspective and new insights
• Awakening our curiosity & creativity
For every museum visitor
Get away from the madness of the day and pay attention to the permanent collection or temporary exhibition. Let yourself be surprised and awaken your curiosity and creativity!
Youth and young adults
Through art viewing and art education programs, we can make mental well-being negotiable. Art as a starting point to promote dialogue, provide creative tools, and embrace diversity.
Currently, there is a high demand for mindfulness-based interventions from healthcare professionals. In addition to prevention, practicing mindfulness can also contribute to the quality-of-care delivery.
People with dementia and their loved ones
Through art, stories, memories and ideas can be shared and together they bring a work of art to life. Our differences disappear and space is created for a meaningful conversation about art and our humanity.
Workshops, programs, trainings, lectures, videos, films, and guided sessions and more! What can I do for your museum?