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Creativity and Healthy Aging: How Creativity Counters the Effects of Aging

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2 Thursdays, February 21 & 28


Current evidence now supports the relationship between creativity and healthy aging. By intentionally using our creativity, we wake up our entire system, we receive numerous mind-body-spirit health benefits including a reduction in stress level and we help free ourselves from limiting beliefs that can drain us of our vital life energy.  In this class, you will learn: four important areas where creativity can be used regularly to support healthy aging; simple meditation techniques to connect mind with heart for greater balance, self-worth and feelings of accomplishment; several exercises to experience the creative process firsthand; and a method in which to select future activities that will best serve you for long-term expression and fulfillment.


Instructor: Ian Baker Johnson, BFA, MS, CWC is dedicated to the study of personal growth, spirituality and consciousness.  She is a life coach, a professional artist and a trained Mindfulness instructor from the UMass Medical School Center for Mindfulness.

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