Creating Mandalas for Insight and Self-Expression: Zen Doodle Mandalas are a gentle, playful way of creating using simple art techniques to engage your curiosity, invite wonder and explore inner wisdom. Creating mandalas is an expressive art technique that uses simple abstract lines along with a repetition of simple design images like circle, spirals and lines to express a feeling. The workshop will include music, movement and poetry along with guided instruction to allow everyone to create meaningful piece of art.

Facilitated by: Karen Perrell Campbell, Creative SoulCraft

Karen Perrell Campbell, MHDL is a creative depth coach, spiritual director, artist, and intuitive healer. She intuitively weaves together multiple modalities assisting others as they journey into wholeness. Karen's education includes an BA in Education and a Master of Human Development and Learning with post graduate work in counseling and expressive arts therapy. She has been a consultant for individuals and groups for more than 20 years. Karen also holds professional certifications in Creative Depth Coaching, Life Coaching, Spiritual Direction and Projective Dreamwork.

Cost $20

To Register: Visit our website, and click the donate button at the bottom of the page. Note "Mandala class" in the note field and include your email. You will be sent a Zoom invitation to join the class, as the time gets closer. Limit 12 persons, so register now!

Limited supplies needed, just paper, crayons, colored pencils or markers.*

*If you do not have supplies, contact Center for Faith & the Arts via email to arrange to pick up a packet. We will be following social distancing guidelines for packet pickup. Email:


Zoom Class--Mandalas!

207 W. Harrison Street, Salisbury, NC  28144                                             704-647-0999

Ongoing- Contact Instructor for availability

Class 1: Tuesdays 5:45-7:15 PM

Class 2: Wednesdays 9:30-11 AM

Cost: $15.00 Per Person/Per Class

Students may enter mid-session, if space allows.

To register, please contact Debra McNeil, OTR/L, EP-C, RYT. 



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Creative Movement & Dance

"Inspired Wellness for Lifelong Well-Being

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This class explores the spiritual themes of meditation through movement, as well as spiritual and emotional expression using movement and dance steps. Music will include Meditative music, African Drums, and Celtic Music. Participants will also have the opportunity to incorporate their own religious or spiritual traditions into the dance.

Center for Faith & the Arts

Wellness is the result of personal initiative, seeking a more optimal, holistic, and balanced state of well-being across five dimensions.  This class is designed to empower the "Baby Boomer" to move forward with greater wellness and well-being by creating a holistic experience that nourishes each dimension. Historical yoga postures are evolved through application of current evidence-based knowledge to design a safe, effective, and enjoyable practice.  A slow, gentle, and mindful approach is utilized with a focus on the physcial breath and postures to calm the mind, balance the body, and cultivate self-awareness. 

The practice guides students through:
* Simple techniques to re-establish a healthy, diaphragmatic breath.
* Slow, gentle, preparatory movements (mat level, not standing) that open the major joints and muscles of the body and maintain a moment by moment awareness, as they are synchronized with the breath.
* Gentle postures that promote a healthy spine and improve posture, balance, and breathing.
* Postures that gently strengthen muscles and promote functional range of motion of the joints, creating a balance of strength and flexibility.
*Mediation to rest in the stillness of being, and find peace within.

**Yoga props are incorporated and a thick mat (for under your own) is provided to facilitate comfort, ease, and safety. Classes are taught in a small group format (8 students max.) and offered in six-week sessions. 

"We are all artists, because we are all made of art."Shane Manier

Shane Manier is a Creative Coach, artist and poet located in NC. She has helped many creatives from poets, artists and even other coaches, find their unique path to success and get unstuck in their craft. A workshop facilitator since 2012, Shane continues to expand the boundaries of how workshops can go from inspiring to life transforming through the arts. She has been a poetry and art instructor for The Harvey B. Gantt Center, her nonprofit Guerilla Poets, Behailu Arts Academy, Henderson HS, Commonwealth HS, Playing For Others, Southern Fried Poetry Slam, UNCC, Libraries all across North Carolina and more.  

Check our Facebook page for live Zoom classes with Shane and  Guerilla Poets!