February 15 2019 / 9:00am - 12:00pm

Friday February 15 2019 (SD71 Pro-D Day)
9am – 12pm
NOTE CHANGE: One workshop session only. Runs 9am – 12pm
Community Facilitator: Cedar Waslewski and Comox Valley Art Gallery

This fun and active play-shop provides “girl” identified humans aged 9 to 12 a chance to explore creative movement, dance and expressive art making together, within the Comox Valley Art Gallery. 

Using images of trees and the forests along with fun body centered exercises, girls will have the opportunity to connect deeper into a healthy sense of self and belonging while cultivating their own unique and authentic voice.

Dance or art experience not required. 

Wear comfy clothes that are good to dance and make art in. 

Pre-registration is required.
Fee $10
If you wish to attend and fees are the limitation, contact:

ROOTS OF SISTERHOOD – Registration form



I have been privileged to study and facilitate in more than two dozen countries over the past 20 years, and have recently returned to my longtime home in the Comox Valley to open Integration Studio, where I draw on a breadth of lived experience to nourish individual and community spirit.

During this exhibition, Approaching Painting, I will be holding space for and facilitating opportunities to enter into a living dialogue with the Paintings and with our own bodies. Exploring how we approach our relationships to art, we may expand our concepts of what art is and can be. With a focus on movement and somatic experiencing, I am excited to explore the liminal spaces we can create together.

I am an interdisciplinary healer, visionary and movement guide. My work includes Craniosacral Therapy, Aquatic Body work, Contakids, Contact Improv Dance, Tai Chi~ Qi Gong, Chi Nei Tsang, Transformational Coaching and Manual Neurological Trauma Release Techniques.