“The Artist’s Way” A Supportive and Structured Workshop
Turns New Years Resolutions Into Life Changing Realities for Students.
We have all made New Year’s resolutions and then not kept
them.For over twelve years, artists and
non artists have found the Artists Way Workshop an effective way to move
through creative blocks, overcome procrastination, navigate through life’s
transitions; and become part of a supportive and creative community.Those who have taken the Artist’s Way
Workshops have turned their New Year’s resolutions into a reality!
Angeles, CA, Dec. 26,
2008, Stephanie James, a college professor who had played classical music
and off for years started The Artists Way determined to be more creative. In
The Artist’s Way Workshop Stephanie learned tools and techniques that supported
her in taking effective action. As a
result she started writing original songs; formed a band, played a series of
concerts and has released an album.
After taking the Artist’s Way workshop, Sandy Fox, a voice
over professional realized that her capacity for business was a real passion.She successfully switched gears and started a
business with her husband. They launched H2Om, “Water with Intention.”Their company’s clients include Whole Foods,
New Leaf Community Markets and several others.In addition their company is affiliated with Dr. Emoto from the movie What the Bleep Do We Know?
Glenn Jordan, an Emmy Award winning
composer, musician and
performer owns his own music Production Company.He came to The Artist’s Way when he was
feeling isolated as an artist and was sick and tired of the music business. The
Artist’s Way Workshop took Glenn back to his roots. He began playing guitar in
live bands again.He connected to a
community and recharged his batteries. He regained his enthusiasm for writing
and producing music. He recently worked on a project for Kanye West and
composed the score for a couple of feature length films.
Not all people who take The Artist’s Way are artists. There
are accountants, scientists, housewives, business owners and others who want to
get in touch with their creative side. They too realized this goal from taking
Kelly Morgan, the facilitator of the L.A.
st1:city> based workshop says “Of the over one
thousand students who have taken the Artists
Way with me, many are going through some kind of
transition.” She continues, “I’ve developed a year long curriculum designed to
support others in living in alignment with their passion.The Artist’s Way has helped a lot of people
get clarity on their next steps.”
The Artist Way Workshop begins Monday, Feb. 9, 2009 from 7
to 10 p. m. at the Bodhi Tree in West Hollywood,
8585 Melrose Ave.The twelve week course costs $385.00 and
payment plans can be arranged.Street
parking, garage parking and valet parking is available.
For more information about the upcoming Artists Way
or to register contact Maggie or Kelly at www.CreativeLife.com