Creative Expression through color, texture, shape and abstraction is a universal language that is available to all. There are many ways to explore your creativity and visual arts is one of them. Artistic expression is not reserved for those with special talents or abilities. Using creativity as a tool to communicate and tell a story can be a powerful and healing experience. 


 Some benefits of conscious creativity include helping to identifying and label feelings, increased relaxation and stress relief, and opportunities for problem solving and innovative thinking. For many participants, the creative process allows them to practice letting go of the need to be perfect and creates an opportunity to access subconscious thoughts and ideas. It can be a meditative process and the tactile nature of the practice encourages awareness of the body and sensations. Coupled with movement, creative expression can allow for a release of stuck energy and assist with gently pushing through barriers in different layers of the self.

Through the practice of creative expression we can explore expressing ourselves in a non-threatening way. The emphasis is placed on the process of creating rather than the end result of a piece. With guidance you can access a “flow” zone in which you move with your body’s natural rhythms. The creative process can create opportunities to trust our choices and our intuition.

There are many tools for creative expression; visual arts are just one category. In our workshops we aim to incorporate at least a few of the following modalities to create a well-rounded experience.




       Creativity is an important tool we can all use to develop and strengthen the social-emotional skills we need to move through life. Movement, Visual Arts, Poetry, and Music are just some of the ways that we can express our unique voice. In our sessions participants are invited with trauma-informed language to become aware of what they need at the moment. Participants are reminded that there is no right or wrong way to be creative.


     Social Emotional Arts are beneficial for those that are interested in exploring a variety of art mediums and techniques. Sessions give room for experimentation and creative freedom. The outcome of the project is often unpredictable and unfolds as the artist creates. There's no need to follow specific guidelines or make each project perfect. A safe space to create without being judged or graded is so important for an artist to express his/her individuality. The most important aspect of being in an open art session is the freedom you'll experience as a creative being. Every human being has a unique artistic voice and it blossoms every time you let it.


   In our private session Eve will tailor a class to your needs. There will be several options to choose from and the structure or the class is fluid. You’ll be encouraged to engage at your pace and in your own way. With Eve’s guidance, you will be able to slowly listen to and express your own creative voice. There is no need for previous art experience. Sessions are 1 hour and 15 min. Click here to book.

Sessions can also be done in a series of 4 weeks. Eve will connect with you prior to the first session to discuss specific hopes and goals. Based on your goals, Eve will structure a 4 week series and explore 1 theme per week with you. Included in the 4 week series are optional exercises to practice in between sessions and the opportunity to chat with Eve and get feedback. Sessions are 1 hour and 15 min. Click here to book.

Group classes are a wonderful way to witness others express themselves both creatively and verbally. This creates the opportunity for connection through shared experience. Though it is a group class, participants will engage at their own pace. Each individual will have a deeply personal experience. Within the structure of this session is an opportunity for sharing and integrating the experience. Participants can choose to share their work if they wish to but being present is more than enough.


Group classes can be hosted virtually or in person. For more information on pricing and how to plan a group class click here.