Embodied Drawing Circle

Embodied Drawing: A Creative Journey Within

No drawing ability required. All materials provided.

Overview: Join us for two peaceful evenings as we embark on a journey of self-discovery through Embodied Drawing. I’ll guide you through simple yet profound creative exercises designed to help you slow down, soothe your nervous system, and attune to your inner world.

In these times of constant change and uncertainty, finding our center and grounding ourselves is more essential than ever. Through mindfulness and meditation, we’ll deepen our relationship to our bodies, our greatest resource and tool.

Each session blends meditation or mindful practices with gentle creative exercises, such as mark making and line repetition, that help us reconnect with ourselves and realign with our core truths. The ambiance is set with altars of natural materials that engage our senses and inspire our creativity.

Evening Themes:

  • Evening 1: Grounding and calming through found natural objects from our shoreline.
  • Evening 2: Centering and heart-led movement through woodland materials.

These sessions will restore your foundation, providing you with the nourishment and resources you need to step back into the ever-changing world with renewed clarity and resilience.

Course Details:

  • Time: 7:30 PM – 9:00 PM
  • Dates: Tuesday, 9th and 16th July
  • Location: Hive Education, Dungarvan

Rediscover your inner calm and creativity with Embodied Drawing. Booking Essential as places are limited. Reserve your spot today and embark along this caring more compassionate path.


If you are curious about whether mindful drawing is for you, check out my You Tube Channel for free sample mini workshops.




Meditation drawing is a gentle way for us to to slow down and calm ourselves in the busyness of day to day life. When we draw in community, we share that space, benefitting from each other’s presence and support.

Meditation Drawing is perfect for those with no artistic background yet are curious about how creativity can help us feel more ease and flow in their daily lives. It allows us to tune into the energy within our own bodies and to notice the outside influences such as people, place or planetary transits. 

Mindful drawing combines some of the basic principles of meditation – focusing on the breath, noticing the sensations in the body, turning the attention inwards – with simple repetitive mark making and line drawing. Meditation drawing has been associated with improving memory, assisting in processing overwhelm and stress, enhancing self-awareness, and helping with learning.

Meditation drawing also tunes us into that creative being we all have inside. Here, we can open our imagination to all sorts of possibilities, helping us to unstick ourselves from limited thinking. In my own experience, it has been such an effective tool in managing stress and overwhelm on a regular basis and I love sharing this with you.