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The Bliss Movement Approach

Yoga & Art

With BLiSS (ananda), living in the moment, utilizing Meditation & Breathwork are the Core

Add, the Creative Process with a Nuance of Mindfulness



Image by Omid Armin

Bringing the Eastern-Based Yoga Tradition together with Classic
Artist Ideologies forming a Cohesive & Whole



the YOGA


  The Practice of Eastern Yoga

In Sanskrit texts, Rāja yoga was both the goal of yoga and a method to attain it. The term also became a modern name for the practice of yoga in the 19th-century when Swami Vivekananda gave his interpretation of the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali in his book Raja Yoga. 

Source: Wikipedia

Raja & Sivananada

The blending of Hatha yoga as practiced in Ancient times, moving One forward in the Hatha realm, which means, Sun & Moon...putting aside the Western Yoga now popular & bringing back the roots of Balance as so rightly prominent in the Eastern Philosophy of the Yogic Body.


  Hatha Yoga
Sun + Moon


Originally, a Self-Taught Practitioner in the Science of Yoga, starting in 1990, from the book,

"Beginner's Guide to Sivanada Yoga" 

followed by trainings with many fabulous Eastern & Western teachers & trainings in the past 32+ years.

Which led to teaching many organizations including  the Arizona Cardinals, Columbus, Crew, Taylor Swift, Ohio University, Eastern Michigan  +

the ART

This is your Personal Journey:

 A program that starts with a 15 minute Meditation & ends in a finished acrylic Painting…Enhancing Your Creativity! 

The personal power of truly being an Artist!!

Meditation followed by an Art-Infused Action.

Everyone will learn the 

Intuitive Flow of Painting 

using Your IMaGINation with some prompts from yours truly.

Let yourself F L O W with the Painting. It’ll be each person’s painting to hang on their own wall, so make it YOU-nique!

M.Ed. Fine Arts Education
Therapeutic Art Facilitator 


How Art Helps...

You want to express your feelings / emotions in a creative way - and it’s time finally release your emotions on paper and tap into your creativity. Maybe -

  • You feel overwhelmed with emotions and not know what to do

  • You feel disconnected or numb from feelings

  • You don’t know where to start in order to practice therapeutic art

  • You have tried coloring books before but it either didn’t work for you, or you want to do more than just coloring

  • You’re struggling to let go of emotions but don’t know how to do it

  • You find it hard to consistently keep your creativity alive

Imagine if you had more clarity and calmness around what you are feeling and thinking…

Imagine you could tune into your emotions and your intuition, and express them on paper.

Maybe you’re ready to express yourself through art, but you’ve got a lot of blocks and questions.

“How do I even start ___?”
“I don’t even have much skills/I’m not good with art, how could I do this?”
“What exercise or materials would help me the best? What is the most therapeutic art process for me in terms of letting go of my emotions?”

I know there can be a lot of questions and blocks when you’re starting to practice therapeutic art for yourself. If you don’t have structure or experience, it can be easy to complicate it, get off track, or never benefit from the consistent practice. Without guidance and support, it can be difficult to know what to do. 

Integrating Art into Our Lives

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