Saturdays, June 10, 17 and 24, 3-5:30pm
York Street Meeting House
153 York Street
Instructor: Sarah Spletzer
Do you enjoy being creative but aren't sure how to integrate more creativity in your life? Would you like to schedule some “me” time that includes relaxation and making things that matter to you? This series of creative retreats will activate your senses through Body Mind Centering, Authentic Movement, guided meditation, circle dancing, drawing, collage making, and writing. Each week will focus on a different theme: Introspection, Self-Care & Creativity, Boundaries, and Playfulness. Come to any or all (you must pre-register for any retreat). All female-identifying people are welcome. Please bring a journal and a yoga mat or blanket.
Class fee: $45 each week, materials included (10% discount for Catamount Arts members and high school students). If registering a student under age 18, please complete an enrollment form HERE after paying.
Special discount when buying all four sessions! Just place tickets for all four sessions in your basket and the discount will be applied automatically. Catamount members please call the box office if you'd like to buy the full series.
Registration deadline for each session: May 31 (for all 4 or just June 3), June 9, June 16, June 24.
When Sarah Spletzer started her business, movementum, in 2015, she was inspired to give it a three word motto: Dance-Create-Share, as those are her three favorite things to do in this world. She has a special interest in the area where creating meets healing, where creating means not only learning a new skill but learning something new about yourself. After completing a BA in Fine Arts in 2009, she completed training as a Professional Artist in the Classroom and as a dance therapist. In Germany, the Netherlands, and the US, Sarah has facilitated creative classes and workshops for all ages, led public art projects, provided education programming at the National Museum of Fine Arts in the Netherlands, and helped organize the Weaving Well Being Festival in Vermont. She is a member of the Cabot Artisans Gallery.