November 24 @ 9:00 am - 6:00 pm$105.00
Acrylic painting by Jas Milam called Purple Chapel.
Sunday, November 24, 2019
The Spot Venue
3214 Brainerd Road, Chattanooga, TN.
This daylong workshop with Certified Breathwork facilitator Lynne Forrest and Registered Art Therapist Jas Milam will combine evocative sound, cyclical breathing, applied bodywork and art-making in a powerful, safe and personal journey as you ride into your own inner terrain for the purpose of clearing and transformation. Breath-work takes us in to deeper self-awareness, allows us to experience and release the limiting storylines, merge with the Oneness and unwind stuck places. It offers the opportunity to let go into your inner guide and heal in ways that talk therapy alone does not address. Participants will also make a mandala, debrief and process their experience at the end of the day.
Cost: $105 per person
About Lynne Forrest
Lynne is a Personal Growth Mentor who uses ancient spiritual principles which she calls the Guiding Principles of Reality to help those who struggle to find their way back into right alignment with themselves and their life purpose.
Lynne came up through the ranks of experiential learning rather than the more traditional academic route. Lynne has been educated through a life time of studying and observing metaphysical principles taught to her early in life. Lynne has sought and found practical ways of applying those principles for immediate positive change. She started out in the mental health field in the early seventies, hired and trained by an HMO (health maintenance organization) in social work and mental health. She has been in the field of personal growth ever since – moving to the addictions field in the early eighties after successfully transforming her own addictive lifestyle into a more creative and productive one. She is considered one of the pioneers for bringing co-dependency and family of origin work to Chattanooga, Tennessee. Lynne has run her own private practice since 1985.
About Jas Milam
Jas is a Registered Art Therapist and artist and has over 30 years of recovery and experience in Jungian theory, self-discovery and 12 step programs. She has participated in many treatment and therapeutic modalities over time and believes that Integrative Breathwork and art making have accelerated her healing and spiritual growth. She sees individuals, couples and groups at her studio/office Daily Practice and teaches Introduction to Art Therapy at Southern University. Visit www.jasmilam.com for more information and to register.