Events

Begins Thursday, March 6, 4:00-5:30 p.m., and meets every other Thursday through May 1.

Write to Heal

Writing to Heal can include many aspects. Expressing emotions frees up energy and can reduce stress. We can go a step beyond that to reframe situations and gain perspective. We can choose to examine our self-talk and consciously shift it. We can also affect outcomes in our lives by writing the scripts of our lives as healing adventures.

The first session will be on Increasing Resiliency, with writing exercises based on research findings from positive psychology.

The other topics are: The Body Electric, Visions for Our Bodies and Our Lives, My Healing Journey, and Healing Relationships.

No writing experience required. Please bring your own writing materials.

Space is limited. To reserve a space, email to register. The first priority goes to people who are ready to register for the 5-part series for $60. If there are still spots remaining, people can try a first class for $15.

Building Health
1720 N. Dodge Blvd.

Wednesdays,
March 12 – April 2

2:30 to 4:00 p.m.

Writing an ethical will: Harvesting the wisdom of our lives 

What is my legacy? What values do I live by now, that give me strength? Writing an ethical will is a resource for healthy aging, as well as a way to pass on a spiritual legacy. This writing workshop includes exercises in reflecting on memories and thinking about values, gathering the learning from life experiences, and thinking about the life lessons that we’d like to share. No writing experience required.

Tucson Medical Center Senior Services, El Dorado Campus 
1400 N. Wilmot Road. 
Tucson, Arizona 85715
Senior Conference Room

Telephone access available for those who cannot attend in person.

Free, thanks to a grant from Poets & Writers.

To reserve a space, please register with Deborah Mayaan at 881-2534, deborah@deborahmayaan.com.

Tuesdays, 1:00-2:30 pm

May 6

May 20

June 3

June 17     

 

 


 

 

Write to Heal: What am I living for?

Writing exercises for first setting goals and developing action plans, and then later evaluating and modifying plans.

For people with cancer and their family members and friends. No writing experience required. Telephone access available for those who cannot attend in person.

The University of Arizona Cancer Center, North Campus
3838 N. Campbell Ave. (at Allen Rd.) Room 2114

For more information, contact Jill Winter at 694-0845

Please bring your own writing supplies

Free, thanks to a grant from Poets & Writers.

Thursdays, 4-5:30 p.m.

July 17

July 24

July 31

August 7

August 14

Write to Heal

Writing to Heal can include many aspects. Expressing emotions frees up energy and can reduce stress. We can go a step beyond that to reframe situations and gain perspective. We can choose to examine our self-talk and consciously shift it. We can also affect outcomes in our lives by writing the scripts of our lives as healing adventures.

The first session will be on Increasing Resiliency, with writing exercises based on research findings from positive psychology.

The other topics are: The Body Electric, Setting Goals and Planning Actions for Our Bodies and Our Lives, My Healing Journey, and Healing Relationships.

No writing experience required. Please bring your own writing materials.

Northwest Art Center
7770 N. Shannon Rd. (at Magee)
Room 303 (at the northern end of the complex)

$60

To reserve a space, email to register, enroll with the form (enter class code 4-590DM) or see the summer edition of the Pima County Parks and Recreation catalog at your local library.

Sat., Aug. 16,

10-11 a.m.

 

 

Making Flower Essences from Your Garden and Yard

Flower essences are subtle vibrational remedies that address emotional, spiritual, and mind-body issues. They are not scents, but rather a way to bottle some of the energy of favorite flowers and have access to them at any time. We’ll go through most of the steps using plants at the garden, and you’ll leave with a handout to guide you in making your own at home. Facilitated by Deborah Mayaan, MA, founder of The Desert Heals Essences. Please dress in layers for comfort both indoors and outside.

Tucson Botanical Gardens
2150 N. Alvernon Way
$12, $7 members    to register, call 520-326-9686, ext. 19, or go to: http://www.tucsonbotanical.org/

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Only events open to the public are listed above. I also present workshops and talks. Some topics are:

Introduction to Flower Essences

Learn to Make a Flower Essence Dosage Bottle

Learn to Make a Flower Essence Mother Essence

Self-Healing: Introduction to Energy Work

Self-Care for Practitioners: Basic Energy Work

Self-Care for Human Service Professionals: Basic Energy Work

Living Your Soul Purpose Through Your Business