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april, 2020

14aprtueSelf-Awareness Work shop7:00 pm - 9:00 pm Event Type :Workshop

Event Details

A Wellness Workshop Using Art & Sport Psychology

Self-awareness is an abstract concept often thrown around without real thought as to what it means. In today’s never ending stream of distractions it has become harder than ever to develop true self-awareness and the consequences are pervasive. Understanding of the self is a comprehensive undertaking – it requires us to know how we react to stress, how in-tune we are with our emotional state, what we are thinking (and how that affects us), how we communicate and empathize with others, what our core values are, and on and on.

Led by husband and wife Lexi and Drew (combined = LAND), this two-hour workshop will take a deeper dive into what it means to be self-aware. One hour will be led by Lexi who will lead the group through a specific art-therapy based directive (no art experience needed). The other hour will be led by Drew, who will lead everyone through an activity and lesson about awareness from a performance standpoint. Come prepared to be interactive, to have some fun (and some cocktails), to be a bit vulnerable, and to grow. It is free but donations are accepted. We hope to see you there!

Lexi Sorbara is an Art Therapist, Marriage & Family Therapist who works as a Domestic and Sexual Violence Counselor at Brighter Tomorrows. Through the art process and mind-body awareness, Lexi works with clients to shift their narrative to a story of resiliency and hope. Lexi is an avid yogini and is also a 200-hour registered yoga teacher, certified in Hatha Yoga. Lexi is a huge advocate for mental health awareness and accessibility. She believes everyone is an artist and deserves to tell their story and be heard.

Drew Morgan is a Certified Mental Performance Consultant with a master’s degree in Sport Psychology and an MBA. He has worked with Olympic and professional athletes, business professionals, and TSA agents (yes, the ones at the airport), underserved youth, and others on how to consistently perform at a high level by utilizing what we know about how the brain works. Drew believes in focusing on what we can control – how we think, feel, and act – and not letting the situation or environment dictate those for us.

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