Friday, January 6, 2012

Winter Mandala Classes and Workshops

Luminous Mandala Class

This six session class is the entry level in learning to create luminous mandalas.  The techniques of creating and working with luminous mandalas will be taught and participants will have the opportunity to create their own. These mandalas done on black paper are strikingly beautiful, and can facilitate healing of self, relationships, and spirit when used in a thoughtful and meditative way.  No prior art or drawing experience is needed.
When:  Thursday evenings, 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m., Feb. 2,9,16, and 23, March 1 and March 22.
Where:  2972 Bailey Ave., Medford
Fee:  $90
Facilitators:  Diane Tibbitts, M.Ed., LPC, and Janet London, M.Ed.
Required Text:  Mandala, Luminous Symbols for Healing, Judith Cornell, Ph.D.(Comes with a CD and
                            can be ordered through
A non-refunddable deposit of $10.00 in advance is requested to reserve your space.  A supply list will be sent to you upon receiving your deposit.  To register or for more information call 541-779-1740 (Diane) or 541-608-9238(Janet) or e-mail
Scroll down on this blog to see student work from our Fall class.

Luminous Mandala Advanced Workshop

This workshop is for those persons who have completed the basic Luminous Mandala Class and have learned the techniques of drawing and coloring luminous mandalas.  It focuses on fostering a deeper connection with other aspects of healing, such as healing relationships, making a sacred connection with nature and expressing the soul's divinity.
When:  February 4, Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Where:2972 Baily Avenue
Fee: $60
Facilitators:  Janet London and Diane Tibbitts
A light lunch will be provided or you can bring your own lunch.  Bring art supplies you used in the beginning class.  To register call 541-608-9238(Janet) or 541-779-1840(Diane) or e-mail

"We need to find ways to connect to our inner depths, to heal our wounds and nurture the growth of new potential within us.  Mandala art is one of the most creative and direct transformative ways to accomplish these important goals."
Michael S. Brown, Ed. S.

No comments:

Post a Comment