A Weekend Workshop with Elisa Sciscioli
& Guest Ryan Curtis
Saturday October 25 10 a.m. – Sunday October 26 3 p.m.
Light on the Hill Retreat Center
Van Etten, New York
“Why should we use our creative power…? Because there is nothing that makes people so generous, joyful, lively, bold and compassionate… – Brenda Ueland
This weekend workshop is designed for those who would like to develop and enhance their own creative process. Participants are invited to:
- Tap into creative potential through inspiring discussion, writing, meditation, song, art, nature excursions, and movement
- Address blocks that interfere with creative flow
- Learn how to bring an idea from inspiration to manifestation
- Awaken to your own divine nature and unique creative expression in a supportive environment
“At the root of the soul, we tap the purest water. And drops of life touch our lips” – Elisa
Early registration: $195 by October 1
Rates include overnight accommodations, dinner and breakfast. Participants bring their own lunches. A non-refundable $50 deposit reserves your place. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
To register send a check to:Elisa Sciscioli 3 Elmcrest Circle Ithaca NY 14850
Elisa Sciscioli M.A. Transpersonal Psychology, Creativity and Innovation Specialist. Her master’s writing projects included “Transformational Workshops: A Gateway to the Authentic Self, Community, Higher Purpose and Fulfillment” as well as an in-depth study of the “Therapeutic Benefits of Singing in Groups”.
Elisa is an assistant teacher for the Hidden Treasure Program at Light on the Hill. She is the founder and instructor of the Joy of Group Singing. Elisa has taught world music classes, workshops and private voice lessons since 2003. She released an album of original conscious soul music with her band Solstice in 2009. She currently sings and arranges songs for the Honey Child Soul Quintet.
Ryan B. Curtis is a visual artist and singer/songwriter. He is the author and illustrator of the forthcoming children’s book You’ve Got the Universe in Your Hands. Ryan’s art is born of experiments and practices with drawing, photography, digital collage, alternative printmaking, mixed media painting and digital meets analog; totem plant and animal spirit influenced airbrush body painting. Ryan leads us through simple visual art explorations that set the spirit free!