Divorce, no matter how amicable, is never easy. The legal hurdles and the emotional turmoil can wreak havoc on our lives. The insomnia, angry outbursts, and bouts of grief can make us feel our world has been turned upside down.
When our meridian channels are blocked, we feel stagnant and out of sorts.
The greatest promise offered by the ancient practice of qigong is that we can heal our own pain and suffering—in body, mind, and spirit.
Intelligence, humor, and creativity exist outside of what we know. As we open ourselves, they come to find us.
Few of us make anything by hand any longer. But basket-weaving remains one of the oldest, most satisfying, and most useful skills still practiced today.
Original dancers and drummers of the late master teacher and Omega elder Babatunde Olatunji team up with Olatunji’s grandchildren to present an unforgettable workshop of West African drumming, dance, and chant.
The deeply satisfying process of making art through printmaking is like no other. Take a journey through the creative process and learn how to make one-of-a-kind impressions on fine quality papers with master printmaker Dan Welden.
This photography workshop is not about making “pretty” pictures or postcard-like records of our travels.
Felt-making is painting and sculpture combined, an ancient textile process using wool fibers, water, and vigorous kneading.
Far too often, artists face frustration, self-doubt, and other forms of resistance when encountering a blank canvas, or later in the art process, when our pieces fall flat, or don’t turn out as we had envisioned.