New Workshops on Art & mindfulness in partnership with +focus mindspace, Toronto
Something I’ve been working on for the better part of five years has just come into fruition and I’m delighted to share it with you.
I’ve partnered with a beautiful new meditation/mindfulness/art studio in Toronto called +focus mindspace as their Principal Artist & Curator. I’m kicking things off with the inaugural show and my work will be featured for the month of May 2019.
I am offering two 90-minute Art Open workshops on Sunday May 5th and May 19th, where I’ll take you on a deep dive into the art using mindfulness techniques. I created this unique, fun workshop to help you become fully present in the moment via the five senses. I’ll guide you on a rich, experiential journey and you’ll very likely come away with insights about yourself and your life. Art has the power to do that for you if you know how to go deep into it. It would be my pleasure to show you the way.
Sign up here: https://www.focusmindspace.com/artopen
Here’s what others are saying:
Art Open is a beautiful experience! Nadine is a compassionate and proficient guide, and the workshop led me towards some potent insights and a deeper appreciation of the transformative power of art and mindfulness. Looking forward to attending more!
– Ayah Norris
If you’re in Toronto, Nadine Prada (award-winning art director/artist) is doing the coolest thing. She created a workshop where she shows you deep, super cool and transformative insights about yourself by immersing you in her art. And it’s at this gorgeous NEW art + mindfulness space on Ossington, which opens this week! Check it out at focusmindspace.com/artopen
– Shawn Phelps
Nadine’s class will help you refocus, open your eyes to a new way of seeing art, and reconnect you with your own innate creativity.
Oh yeah — it’s also hella fun.
– Sally Smallwood
When I first heard about Nadine Prada’s Art Open workshop on art and mindfulness, I was curious because I love art and practice meditation, though had never consciously associated the two. I couldn’t have predicted how grounding and refreshing it would be to sit with these works and connect to my inner self as I experienced the beauty and presence of the art. I came away with a feeling of juicy goodness as though my spirit had been parched and was now full again. Since her workshop I’ve dipped into this well of juicy goodness many times, using what I felt, perceived, and experienced that day to inform my writing and my life.
– Lissa Cowan