Transforming Chaos Through Art in Nature

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Mixed Types

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Team Building

About this event

Join Joy Khoo, certified coach/life designer/expressive arts facilitator/ecotherapist on a contemplative and fun outdoors adventure of connecting more deeply with ourselves through nature, art and group activity.

You will be guided through a creative intuitive process that allows you to tap into your inner wisdom and see what needs to be heard during these challenging times of uncertainty. What can we learn from nature to befriend and transform this chaos that we are experiencing? We will explore ways to bring greater perception, presence and peace to our lives.

We will be spending our time sharing with like minded people, embarking on a short solo excursion, turning inwardly, journaling, and collaborating with nature to create a group art piece.

No special skill or artistic experience is required. Dress comfortably. Things to bring: journal, pen, water, sunscreen, blanket/mat to sit on, face mask. All other supplies will be provided. Street parking can be found on Grand Ave.

** Please note that we will be honoring COVID-19 safety measures: We will provide hand sanitizer. We will be practicing physical distancing. Wear your face mask. If you are not feeling well that day, please let us know and stay home.

** We will donate 25% of event proceeds to the Black Artists and Designers Guild.

About Joy

Joy's committed to coaching busy humans to live a more satisfying and fulfilling life. She's been honored by Secretary Colin Powell for her work at the US Embassy in Indonesia in 2003 and has served at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for 10 years. One of Joy's favorite quotes - "you have to go slow, in order to go fast." For more information on Joy's background, check her out at

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