Kintsugi: Turning Your Wounds Into Wisdom
Date: Friday, December 20, 2019
Time: 8:30a to 1:00p
Place: Atlanta Center for Wellness: 6100 Lake Forrest Dr. Sandy Springs, GA 30328
Cost: $150 (includes $50 worth of materials)
Continental Breakfast and snacks are provided.
is an ancient Japanese art of repairing something broken with gold. It thus makes the object stronger and more beautiful than before, accentuating its flaws.
In this experiential workshop Jennifer shares what she has learned and guides us through her favorite Japanese art of Kintsugi for cultivating inner strength and living a gracious life. It is a hands-on workshop where each participant will experience the introspective power of Kintsugi.
This workshop is interwoven with the science of forgiveness, and meditation practices providing the tools we all need to reclaim the art of living well.
Here is What Others Are Saying:
“ Great Course! Very applicable to my areas of my own life. Highly Recommended! Thank You!'“
“My experience was wonderful. I felt as if it was realistic and comforting for everyone to be themselves and help each other through life.”
“This workshop got to the heart of trauma work. It’s about taking your (perceived) brokenness and putting it all back together in a different, beautiful way. Definitely an ‘ashes to beauty’ exercise that can instill hope, tenacity, and persevere as someone who continues on a personal growth/recovery journey.”
“This workshop is filled with wisdom, stemming from a tradition that goes back hundreds of years. It’s also fun and very insightful. I highly recommend it!”
“Excellent workshop! Much more than I had expected! Phenomenal!”
“Very experiential and insightful/reflective workshop. Very well done and informative. Lessons that I’ll take with me throughout life.”
“I loved every aspect of this workshop and the research material you shared with us. Hearing your voice under meditation is very nice and easily lets me focus. You are a gem.”
“It was much more reflective and healing than I anticipated. I am grateful for my new perspective: my scars make me more unique and beautiful.”
“A day with Jennifer is always a day well spent. The material is profound and yet Jennifer doesn’t make it intimidating. It is accessible, useful and applicable for everyday life. I could have spent more time but feel I got so much out of it. Thank you, Jen!”