Getting Messy is Good for You in many ways

The title means just what you think it means. This workshop is all about getting messy and playing, something most adults forget to do even though it has huge benefits.

Why should you play?

First of all, it gives you time away from the hustle. (It doesn’t have to be a hustle, but that’s another subject.)

Second, playing like this makes your comfort zone grow. It opens up a doorway to your imagination and frees you up because you’re not stuck in that tiny box of what others think it should look like, and what you think is right or possible. It reduces the volume of the voice of your inner perfectionist and makes it easier to get things finished.

Playing is important for adults, as well as kids. It engages your brain in a different way. Playing brings joy and is essential for problem solving, creativity and relationships. Research has shown that if you’re more playful, you keep your brain healthy for longer, and since it’s also fun, you’ll be happier too.

No matter how you play, you win! So come play with me!

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Getting Messy is Good for You
This is also an opportunity for you to get some creativity into your day. To play, have some fun, dig in and get your fingers dirty, and maybe learn something along the way.

By the time you’re done with this class,

you’ll have a sloppy piece of art that a

3-year-old could have made,

and you’ll be proud of it.

Join by signing up here:

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Feel free to invite your friends to sign up too, by clicking this (as well as using the sharing buttons of course):

What do you need to bring?

A couple of large pieces of paper/cardboard
Some kind of non-toxic paint

Optional: apron, rubber/latex gloves, and plastic or paper to cover the floor

Sign up here:

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What’s the price tag?

The live workshops are totally free for those who show up, and there will be a free replay for 48 hours for those who sign up. Once the replay has expired, the workshop will be edited for time and put up as a standalone class.

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