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Wednesday
11
APR

The Shape of Things: Discovering Self-Care through Clay Work

19:00
20:30
Germantown Jewish Centre
Event organized by Germantown Jewish Centre

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Clay play provides a new, rich language to give voice to your inner self through sculptural form, allowing you to sink into a process of self-discovery and well-being. The tactile experience of clay can be meditative in nature and invite a deep sense of relaxation, allowing you to leave your everyday thoughts and worries behind and immerse yourself in the experience. Through hands-on clay play we will learn to speak into form to explore aspects of authentic self-care that sometimes elude us, and discover the path to limiting stress and bringing our bodies, minds, and spirits into balance. No previous experience with clay is necessary.

$25/GJC members, $30/non-members. Please register at https://germantownjewishcentre.org/jewish-connections-workshops.

Cara Graver is the founder of What's on Your Plate -Nutrition for Body and Soul, a practice for holistic nutrition and lifestyle coaching. A life long interest in food, health and nutrition punctuated by more than 20 years of teaching pottery and sculpture to children and adults brought her love of making pots together with what goes into them. A graduate of the Institute for Integrative Nutrition, certified by Teacher's College of Columbia University and the American Association of Drugless practitioners, her mission is to empower clients to discover their individual wisdom whether by creating a clay vessel or discovering the living vessel for the energetic, fulfilling and aligned life they seek. She works with students and clients in the beautiful, cozy, but spacious, Cob Studio, hand-sculpted from local clay, civilized by recycled widows and doors, and crowned with a living roof. Often visited by two grown daughters and young granddaughters, she lives and works in a magical woods in Chester Springs with her husband, enchanting dog Effie and small flock of contented chickens. www.thecobstudio.com