Stress and its Opposite

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Stress and its Opposite

Learn to mindfully engage in an art making process of your choice, to be fully present in the here and now, while exploring your emotions.


When we experience high levels of stress, it can become difficult for the mind and the body to work together and consequently be present and aware of the here and now. It becomes even more difficult to find balance when we are not able to recognise our stress, and the causes of it, as we tend to run away from our physical and emotional sensations, not giving ourselves the time to listen to what our body has to say. Therefore, becoming aware of the present moment is key to recognising and managing our emotions and helping us find a sense balance once again.

During this workshop, you will learn how to mindfully engage in an art making process of your choice, including painting, drawing, collage making, etc. to be fully present in the here and now, while exploring your emotions in a non-judgmental way. Blending mindfulness techniques, visualisation and creativity, you will be able to recognise what stress means to you, identify the sources of your stress, while also accessing your inner resources and strengthening your resilience to cope with it.

  • Refreshed perspectives, mindset & attitude
  • Reduced stress and anxiety
  • Enhanced overall wellbeing

This particular workshop will be facilitated by Giulia Dell’Anna, a certified Kundalini yoga teacher and art therapist trainee with a BA in Italian Modern Literature. She is guided by her introspective curiosity and a mindful approach to life. She has vast experience working with diverse groups of people, including adults working from home, parents, university students and children with special needs and learning disabilities. She runs meditation and yoga sessions for stress management, as well as healing art and creative writing workshops.

  • Find out more about all of our qualified workshop facilitators HERE.

This will be a virtual live session. Once signed up, you’ll receive a link to register to our Zoom virtual classroom.

  • Mandatory: Paper (at least size A4, however if you feel comfortable working on a bigger surface have handy an A3) Drawing media of your choice: coloured pencils/ markers/ crayons/watercolours/ paint
  • Optional: Old magazines for collage making, any mix media material you would like to bring into your artwork.
  • No previous experience is required.
  • Please join on time, and be mindful with any noises throughout the session (possibly mute yourself).
  • This will be an interactive session, videos will be encouraged.
  • Make sure to stay hydrated.
  • NOTE: We reserve the right to add, postpone, change or cancel the start dates of our workshops, in which case we will inform you in advance.

Please read our Terms & Conditions for Payments, Cancellations, and Refunds HERE!
Any questions, send us a message at contact@talentcourtyard.com.