-Enrichment Offerings-

Silent Art Meditation Workshop

With Linda Jochimsen, RScP

A picture tells a story about our internal life that isn't accessible in words. Creativity can help make that leap to full understanding and expression. When the lower-brain's instinct are over-activated, they can inhibit people's ability to perform higher cognitive functions. Simply put, art based meditation reconnects with that image-based part of the brain, a process that calms the parts of the brain that have been overworked. 



  • Bring awareness to one's inner self

  • Create art  with intention from a heart-centered place.

  • A deep connection with one's higher self and an intimate experience.

  • Reconnect with the image-based part of the brain.

  • Calm the parts of the brain that are over worked.



About the Facilitator: 

Linda has organized workshops and/ or speaking engagements about art meditation at these locations. Unity Church, Center for Spiritual Living, Venus Studios, Synergy Wellness Clinic and Spa, The Summit at First Hill and Mots'us Flotation and Wellness Center. She holds a BA from the University of Washington with minors in Human Rights and Consciousness Studies. Linda has studied the body, mind and spirit connection over 30 years and has been a spiritual counselor and business owner for 18 years.

Her artistry came through her during an enlightened meditation. She developed the art meditation workshop so others experience the intimate and creative process that profoundly changed her life. Her approach to creative expression has helped many people on their journey to self-discovery and healing.


September 28th 2017


Thursday 6:00 pm- 8:00 pm  —  Class Fee:  $25

Supply list to bring:

5-10 felt tip markers or pastels