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Art of Aging with Delfina Piretti and Margo Frank

August  17, 2014
10:00 am - 5:00 pm

Expressive Arts Therapy   

 

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  • $150
    Includes all materials. Some sliding scale slots available and $25.00 off if you sign up with a friend.

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Art of Aging with Delfina Piretti and Margo Frank

For women over the age of 50.

Spend the day awakening and nourishing your creative self by starting an art journal.
Create a vibrant and original way of living, one not bound by prescribed ideas as you enter the last half of your life.
Through journaling and compassionate witnessing of one another, we can be the works of art we truly are.

Facilitators:
Margo Frank LCSW lives in Mendocino County and is passionately engaged in her own aging process, drawing from a deep well of creativity, authentic movement work and nature's wisdom for inspiration. 

Delfina Pirett MFT, REAT is a vintage woman who resides in S.F. since 1980 and practices Zen Buddhism. She is a studio artist, expressive arts psychotherapist and teaches at CIIS.

SIGN UP A FRIEND AND YOU EACH GET $25.00 OFF!

TO REGISTER, CONTACT: delfinapiretti@mac.com or (415) 359-8178

San Francisco, California
Mission District

 
 

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