Make and Meditate Workshop with a Grounding Sound Bath led by Lulu Toselli and Carrie Lau
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10/7 Friday 6-8 pm
Finish the week by grounding into the body and playing with collage to encourage the release of tension, calm the nervous system and inspire joy through mindfulness of creativity. We will be using colored paper and collage as our anchor.
There will be a period of making (collage), optional sharing and a closing sound bath followed by tea. Leave feeling nourished and renewed.
Open to all levels.
Participants will go home with collaged artwork, HARA HARA incense, and an incense holder by O-M Ceramics made especially for this pop-up.
It is a floor seating experience with blankets. Please feel free to bring anything to make it cozy for yourself. *All materials are included
20% off on any ceramic purchase at the pop-up if you have participated at our workshops during the weekend.
If you have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: 1980 Lincoln Ave, Pasadena, CA
Carrie Lau is a multitalented artist; illustrator, creative director, and ceramicist. Her work is distinguished by their modern and curvilinear form, as well as their playful movement and naturalistic tension. From ceramics to paintings, home textiles to art objects/ sculptures, the works show her curiosity of materials, shapes, colors, and interaction. She was born and raised in Hong Kong, currently lives in Los Angeles.
Lulu Toselli guides meditation with the intention of providing radical inclusivity and belonging. She has shared sound-baths since 2015 with a group she co-founded in L.A. called Forestkind and is a graduate of InsightLA’s mindfulness program. She has offered sound and meditative practices at various places, including InsightLA and USCMindful. She uses her background of art direction and visual art as a foundation of connection within the community and her Brazilian/ Latina heritage to foster understanding.