For Women Only:

Radical Self-Care

Sunday, August 13th

1-3PM

The Yoga Room, Niles OH

It’s time to practice not only self-care, but also some self-love.

Which is not the narcissistic kind of me-first-I’m-always-right-kind of love.

No, self-love is compassionate, kind, nonjudgmental.

And it’s not selfish care.

Ready to take time for you?

Then join Ginny Taylor and Paulette Kirschensteiner for an afternoon of Radical Self-Care where the arts of creative journaling and Jin Shin Jyutsu will come together.

And together we will practice self-compassion and self-love through the art of our hearts and hands.

It’s not a myth that creative expression opens us up to possibility and hope. And when combined with the ancient art of Jin Shin Jyutsu that helps harmonize the life energy of the body, transformation can happen. We can bring ourselves back into balance.

What is Creative Journaling?

Creative Journaling is way of bringing the three expressive languages of writing, drawing, and collage onto the pages of your journal. With creative journaling, you are more focused on the process of creating rather than making a pretty page, though sometimes that happens, too. Here’s a video explaining a bit about the New Creative Journaling, a course Ginny recently completed and is really excited about sharing with women.

What is Jin Shin Jyutsu?

Jin Shin Jyutsu is a practice that helps restore balance and release tension in the body through “safety energy locks” found within the hands. It’s a nonpainful, relaxing way of connecting to your body. Trained in the art of Jin Shin Jyutsu, Paulette is looking forward to teaching others about this practice simply because:

JIN SHIN JYUTSU is the Art of releasing tensions which are the causes for various symptoms in the body. Our bodies contain several energy pathways that feed life into all of our cells. When one or more of these paths become blocked, this damming effect may lead to discomfort or even pain. This blockage or stagnation will not only disrupt the local area but will continue and eventually disharmonize the complete path or paths of the energy flow.

Ready to Practice Radical Self-Care?

Paulette and Ginny invite you to come and discover how Creative Journaling and Jin Shin Jyutsu can can help you take care of yourself all while connecting to your inner life in creative and healing ways.

Benefits for your investment in For Women Only: Radical Self-Care include:

  • Exploring new creative ways of journaling that include writing, drawing, and collage. No prior artistic experience required!
  • Learning more about how the process of practicing creative journaling triumphs over the end product that can often leave you feeling disappointed.
  • Learning techniques to practice Jin Shin Jyutsu for yourself or a loved one. Handout on the pressure points and explanation of each provided.
  • Experience with applying Jin Shin Jyutsu to yourself and receiving this art from another.

Join us! Click on the link below to reserve your spot in For Women Only: Radical Self-Care, a unique, one-of-a-kind workshop. Just $35 for two hours of Creative Journaling and Jin Shin Jyutsu. Bring a journal. All art supplies included.

About your Radical Self-Care Instructors:

Paulette Kirschensteiner was first introduced to Jin Shin Jyutsu (JSJ) in 1996. After developing her own practice, she became certified in JSJ in 1999, and continues to attend JSJ seminars and special topic classes. In addition, Paulette holds a BA in Art Education, an MA in Fiber Arts, and has taught art to hundreds of high school and college students. As a fiber artist, she has had her wallhangings and rug-hookings installed across in multiple states including MA, OH, FL, IL, and NV. She loves presenting Art as Prayer retreats which focuses on mandalas through coiling, drawing, collage, clay, and watercolors.

Ginny Taylor has been leading journaling workshops for women for nearly five years. A teacher at heart, she is passionate about sharing her love of journaling, yoga, and creative expression with women as practices to enhance self-knowledge and well-being without self-judgment. Her current work at Women of Wonder is transitioning to guide women in life-changing transitions towards their new beginning. Ginny holds an MA in interdisciplinary studies, an MFA in creative writing, and is a registered 200-level yoga teacher.