46 Tappan St
Brookline, MA 02445
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This 2 hour workshop will help you learn how use both mindfulness and movement to activate your creative process.
There are 4 key stages of the creative brain: preparation, incubation, illumination, and verification. The more effectively we move through these 4 stages the easier we generate and launch new ideas. However for most of us, creativity is not something we can turn on and off. It’s a space we enter into, sometimes inconsistently.
The stillness of meditation and the movement of yoga can help us develop space in our bodies and minds to allow us to more easily connect to our creativity. Better supporting each of the creative stages.
Creativity requires both freedom and constraint in our thinking. We will practice both throughout this workshop and provide tools for you to utilize at home after the workshop.
- Brief Introduction to the 4 Stages of Creativity
- Imagination Inspiring Yoga Practice
- Guided Mindfulness Meditation
- Divergent Thinking Activity
- Personal Goal Setting
Hosted by: Jeanne Dasaro and Quincy Yoga & Massage
Jeanne Dasaro is a social entrepreneur, artist, and community builder. In 2018, she co-founded Quincy Yoga & Massage, a South Shore wellness studio. Since 2010, Jeanne has served as the founder of the Wonder Women of Boston network, which helps women leaders, artists, and professionals of diverse backgrounds connect with and support each other. In 2013, Jeanne served as the Innovator-In-Residence at Wentworth Institute of Technology. Jeanne is currently the Executive Director of The Art Connection. She’s inspired by anything that emboldens us to take an interest and make a difference in our communities.
Event Host: Brookline Interactive Group (BIG)
BIG is an integrated media and technology education center and a community media hub for Brookline, MA and the region. BIG facilitates diverse community dialogue, incubates and funds hyperlocal storytelling, arts, journalism and technology programs, and serves over 500 youth and adults annually through innovative classes and partnerships. BIG offers extensive trainings and high-quality filmmaking equipment in traditional media, Virtual Reality (VR), and in 360-video. BIG provides low-cost professional media services to non-profit organizations, education partners, businesses, and to local government.
Notes: Please wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga or exercise mat, if you have one. This workshop is open to all fitness levels, and we welcome those individuals who have never taken a yoga class before.