A holistic initiative that promotes the integration of meditation techniques and creative expression to inspire health and wellness within.
Typically just Hannah Joy facilitating; guest speaker/facilitator occasionally present. Typically intro by Nisa, meditation for 15-30 min by Hannah, alt. mindfulness technique/guest speaker for 10-20 min; final time for creative expression and community dialogue.
Materials list for attendees, etc Whatever artistic materials participants have access to are encouraged to be utilized.
This virtual event will be streamed via Zoom.
Watching via Zoom
Viewers can watch via Zoom. Zoom participants can join in via audio, video, and text chat during the open conversation portion of the lecture. Register here for the meeting and receive a link to join when it begins. Zoom participants are capped at 100 people.
Zoom Conversation guide
First-time users can watch this video on how to join a Zoom meeting.
Zoom viewers will enter the conversation with audio and video muted. Please stay muted until the open conversation portion. We promise we want to talk to you!
Start by introducing yourself with your name and pronouns.
We are here to grow and learn! Be open to different styles and areas of knowledge.
Share the floor – Be conscious of others joining in with questions and comments.
Hannah is an artist of Indian heritage based in Atlanta, GA. She aims to inspire healing through self awareness via her meditative practice and artistic creations. Hannah practices Vipassana meditation, which is the cultivation of “seeing reality as it is,” and teaches the foundation of the technique to those who are willing to receive this seed. She began meditating 3 years ago and dwelled within the monastic setting of the Southeast Vipassana Center in Jesup, GA, for a year both volunteering and growing her practice. Since experiencing the immense benefits of a consistent meditative practice, she adopted complementary habit patterns, including yoga, therapeutic art, and tapping. Hannah continuously aspires to heal and grow herself while inspiring others to do the same introspection and evolution of their inner landscape.
Her artistic body is inspired by her flame of self-awareness developed in meditation with notes of her Indian heritage. She typically utilizes ink on paper and mixed media in a process-focused style of working; i.e. prioritizing the creative experience rather than a specific outcome. Currently, Hannah hopes to share both her creative and meditative processes with humanity through the lens of hope and healing.