Eequ · After school. In place of school. Beyond school.
Workshop exploring ideas, values, solutions
Mentored by Jessie BeeMentor summary: Creative nature-lover, adventurer
For ages: 18+ years
During this practical workshop, you will explore how Jessie's illustrative mind-mapping technique will help you consider what's important to your life at the moment, what your ideas and options are, and what actions will take you towards your goals and aspirations. Designed for anyone who's keen to explore their values and options in any setting; perhaps you're looking at your health, your business or work life, or how you spend your time? Perhaps you're working with grief or sadness, or are considering options around your career or relationships, or just feeling a bit overwhelmed or stuck and want some solutions or paths forwards. Or perhaps you're just curious. You'll go home with your own personalised map and some inspiration, as well as renewed energy and focus.
What we'll do
First, you'll hear about how I've used illustrative mind-mapping in my own life, and I will take you through a little tour of some of my own maps. I will explain the main components of the maps, and give pointers as to how to start, and what to consider as you create your own. You'll then have an opportunity to think about what's important to you at the moment, and start putting some things on paper. You'll use shapes, words, drawings and colour to help shape your own personal map that you'll take home with you. You'll have an opportunity to explore your values, sayings and quotes that inspire you, and possible actions you might consider to take you towards your goals, aspirations and dreams. We will have a tea + coffee break and have a slice of something yummy before taking more time to complete your maps. I will work closely with you in a small group and individually to offer any guidance, help you if you feel stuck and give you personalised ideas and suggestions as you expl...
What to bring
There will be different materials supplied including pencils, pastels, paper, stickers, watercolours and pens. You don't need to bring anything, but you are also welcome to bring any art supplies if you have favourites you'd like to use. A favourite black pen (preferably permanent ink eg UniBall) is useful not essential.
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Longhill Road, Ovingdean, East Sussex, BN2 7BN
My experience consists of a leisure activity, on a specific date(s), and therefore the 14-day ‘cooling off period’ under the Consumer Contracts Regulations 2013 does not apply.
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