Reversing Falls Sanctuary Hosts Sound & Art Program

Reversing Falls Sanctuary in Brooksville will host “Art from the Heart and Sound for the Soul,” a healing and expressive arts workshop, on Tuesday, September 19 from 12-3 pm. Experience the healing powers of creating sound, making art, writing and sharing in a safe, sacred space with facilitators Amy Thompson and Eileen Mielenhausen.

This interactive program will help you explore new ways to light your creative fire, get unstuck or unblocked, and reclaim your “voice” and sense of self-expression. No experience necessary—all skill levels welcome!! Art supplies and musical instruments will be provided.

Cost for the 3-hour workshop is $45 (or $40 if you pre-register by September 15). Reversing Falls Sanctuary is located at 818 Bagaduce Road, Brooksville. To register or for more info, please contact Eileen at (207) 441-2785, or eileen.mielenhausen@gmail.com. Registration form is available here: pre-reg_form_9-19-17_wkshp

Facilitators:
Amy Thompson, MSW, weaves together a love of the natural world through her art and gardening. She is a juried member of the Potomac Valley Watercolorists society and a Master Gardener. Amy holds a Master’s degree in Social Work and has combined her group work experience with her love of art as an Expressive Arts Facilitator.

A former English teacher and librarian, Eileen Mielenhausen, MA, has been teaching rhythms and leading drum circles since 1997. She has studied with numerous drummers and sound healers, including teachers from the Ivory Coast and Guinea, New York, Colorado, New Mexico, and Maine. Eileen sings with Women With Wings in Bangor and Blue Hill’s Misty Mountain Singers. In addition to sound healing programs, she also offers individual Reiki sessions.

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