Take your ideas a few steps further
In creativity, we speak of fluidity, flexibility and flow. And openness. What if certain types of physical movements could influence our (creative) state of mind? That’s precisely what several studies are showing. In this session, we will try out different moves and consider how they feel internally as we strive to embody the qualities of a creative mindset. As we move through the process, we may just get a few surprises, as mind and body join together to fuel and boost our creativity. Let’s see where our bodies take our ideas and where our ideas take us! Rest assured, no acrobatic or dance skills required.
The Skinny: 3 things you will get from this session
- Have fun experimenting with movement and loosening up
- Experience the effect of movement on the ideation process
- Move from brainstorm to bodystorm!
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SparksWoman and workshop leader by passion, Anik lives to see and help people connect with the beauty and richness of their true self, explore their inner world, express their voice and discover their personal creative process.
Around the 300 mark, she lost count of the creative writing workshops she’s led. This glutton of life has facilitated countless other mind-spark(l)ing workshops, as well as cognitive revitalizing sessions for seniors and co-organized and hosted a number of conferences and events. As literary and creative advisor, she has helped emerging writers and storytellers with their manuscripts and performances.
Anik has also participated as facilitator in creativity conferences, as well as public reader, storyteller and presenter in several literary and cultural events and festivals.
Over the years, Anik acquired an M.A. in language and literature, has taken countless creativity workshops and experimented different art forms, as well as personal development and spiritual practices. And she will probably continue to do so as long as she can!
Anik is a returning presenter. Click here to see their sessions from previous years.