“Words help you understand something, but experience allows you to know.” Fundamental life changes are often accompanied by overwhelm and stress. Well, what if you finally stopped arguing with life the way it is? Can you see how you’d feel empowered and confident with a sense of accomplishment, direction and motivation? Photo-Walk-About’s are a simple, visceral integration to bring you there by easily changing your attitude and habits. One helpful attitude during challenging life transitions is curiosity: When we get curious, we get happy. Contact me to bring this innovative and fun activity to your workplace, retreat, child’s birthday party or celebratory event!
Check out the Results Madeline is creating in our Photo-Walk-Abouts!
WHAT IS A PHOTO-WALK-ABOUT?
“Words help you understand something, but experience allows you to know. “
Welcome Kids, Teenagers, Young adults ages 12-25 + Parents (and adults!)
Photo-Walk-Abouts are beneficial for:
– Families in fluctuation
– Being Bullied or Ridiculed
– Lack of Confidence
– Feeling Isolated & Awkward
– Medical challenges
Benefits: Kids feel more focused, smarter, confident and grounded. Parents Become more accepting of your child; learn how to better support your child in transition and become a more effective communicator in this journey
A guided experience commencing and concluding in a teepee. A creative platform that supports safe self-expression while sustaining child-like wonder. Together we explore ways to create images that :
– Identify your issues and goals
– Creatively define the challenge or goal
– See the challenge through a new lens using photography
– Neutralize the emotional charge
– Increase awareness about how to shift personal challenges
Your images can be abstract, metaphors or concrete. You decide! No photography experience necessary.
Fundamental life changes are often accompanied by overwhelm, resistance, stress and wanting it to be the way it was. This exclusive methodology dissolves those triggers so you can easily step into your personal power, and be on your way to goodness!
* Improves conflict resolution
* Deepens family harmony
* Fosters understanding, compassion and belonging
* Decreases anxiety, overwhelm & depression
* Promotes peace of mind
“We had so much fun roaming around Miss Daisys Wonderland! An amazing land with beautiful teepees, animals and gardens. Janet is awesome – she opened my mind to looking at things in a whole new way. I highly recommend her photo walk about class.”
~ Shri S
“I am inspired and recharged with creative self-expression! As a result, my anxiety reduced dramatically.”
~ 20 y.o. workshop participant
“I approach life differently. Janet has helped me discover how to meet my needs constructively. In turn, I have become more present, compassionate, pro-active and productive. Using photography to document my progress supports me to stop and think about the value and intention of each moment. It has been an amazing experience working with Janet and I am looking forward to more.”
~ Stav R. – 16.y.o., Summerfield Waldorf School and Farm, CA
“I whole-heartedly endorse Janet and her program and know it would be a loss for our children of today – maybe, some of our leaders of tomorrow, if this program were to close due to lack of funding. The work she’s doing with the youth is extremely important. They get to see their measurable results and nothing could be more healing and powerful than that!”
~ Raymond Tekorako Ruka – Priest from Matriarchal Peace Nation of Waitaha, from Aotearoa, New Zealand
Every 1st and 3rd Thursday at Miss Daisy’s Magical Wonderland! 3:45pm-5:15pm.
We commence and conclude in a TeePee!
* Bring any type of camera. Disposable camera’s are available if you have no access to a camera.
$15-$20 Drop In, $108 Eight Classes
March 24, 2016, April 7, 2016, April 21, 2016, May 5, 2016, May 19, 2016, June 2, 2016, June 16, 2016, July 7, 2016, July 21, 2016, September 15, 2016, August 4, 2016, August 18, 2016, September 1, 2016, October 6, 2016, October 20, 2016, November 3, 2016, November 17, 2016, December 1, 2016, December 15, 2016