The Red & Orange House conducts a Bodyscapes Technique presentation for the staff of The little Red Door in Indianapolis, Indiana. Funded by The Anne Goss Foundation.

The Bodyscapes Technique writing activity component during presentation at The Little Red Door in Indianapolis, Indiana. October, 2014

The Bodyscapes Technique writing activity component during presentation at The Little Red Door Cancer Agency in Indianapolis, Indiana. October, 2014

The Bodyscapes Technique drawing activity comonent during the presentation at The Little Red Door Cancer Agency in Indianapolis, Indiana. October, 2014

The Bodyscapes Technique drawing activity comonent during the presentation at The Little Red Door Cancer Agency in Indianapolis, Indiana. October, 2014

October 31st, I presented The Bodyscapes Technique to the staff of The Little Red Door.  9 people attended the presentation, including the Vice President of Program Development, Director of Client Services, Outreach and Education Coordinator, 4 client navigators, 1 data analyst and the Director of Finance. Again, the presentation and hands-on Bodyscapes experience was well received. Stress, the subject for our our art-making, was on everyone’s mind. The holidays were around the corner. The staff of Little Red Door helps 7500 people annually, often prioritizing work productivity over their own self care. The Bodyscapes writing and drawing activity allowed them time to re-center and re-balance. See attached PDF highlighting artwork created during the The Bodyscapes Technique presentation at The Little Red Door.

The Bodyscapes Technique time for reflection component during the presentation at The Little Red Door Cancer Agency in Indianapolis, Indiana. October, 2014

The Bodyscapes Technique time for reflection component during the presentation at The Little Red Door Cancer Agency in Indianapolis, Indiana. October, 2014

Little Red Door Artwork 10:31:14

http://www.thelittlereddoor.org

“The Bodyscapes process was very useful for myself to help me look at how and where I hold my stress. But more importantly, I thought how wonderful it would be to do Bodyscapes with our clients. I imagine just how much more I would get to know them. Some of whom I have worked with for years. I would see a new part of them. A part they never get to show me.”

                 Said by Tanya Shelbourne, Vice President of Program Development, Little Red Door.

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s