Kāpiti will soon welcome a workshop run by Corinne Allen and Kimbra Taylor which introduces the transformative power of the Neurographic Technique, an effective art modality open to everyone.
Rapidly evolving and gaining popularity, the Neurographic Technique was developed and formalised by Russian psychologist Pavel Piskarev in 2014.
Kimbra Taylor, a celebrated Kāpiti-based artist says Neurographica is a creative method of transformation.
“It helps us to change our reality through engaging our emotional and aesthetic intelligence for finding solutions to a variety of problems. It comprises two words: ‘neuron’ meaning a cell that carries messages between the brain and the body and that is the basic unit of the nervous system and ‘graphics’ meaning the artistic use of pictures, shapes and words.”
Ms Taylor says on the brain level, solving a problem means ‘switching’ on a number of neurons that connect to each other. The more connected neurons involved in a task, the more resources we have to solve it. Drawing in the Neurographica system helps us to engage more neurons.
Benefits of Neurographic
One of the main benefits of the Neurographic Technique is that it provides you with direct access to your inner self. No need to talk, no need to verbally define anything, no need to share your emotions with anyone. As well as enabling creativity and profound satisfaction, Drawing Neurographic has many benefits.
Ms Taylor says along side Neurographica, Corinne Allen will guide you to experience a deeper aspect of your self through your birth colour. Knowing and experiencing the mystery of your birth colour gives you immediate access to;
Mind body relaxation
Deep comfort and happiness
Supports meditation and sleep
Greater focus, clarity and creativity
Calms the nervous system
Aids pain management
Optimises colour meditation
Supports non medial healing of emotions
“Corinne’s knowledge offers a tool to allow us to offload stress with the use of colour and creativity, making it easily accessible to everyone. I love neurographic I use it all the time.”
Your Birth Colour Picture
Kimbra will introduce you to the glorious world of colour through watercolour painting. She will take you through the fundamental techniques, enabling you to experience the transformative power of your personal Neurographic birth colour picture.
Colour is created when light falls on pigments.
The primary colours are red, blue and yellow. All other colours are comprised of the three primaries in different combinations.
Secondary colours are formed by mixing two primary colours. There are three secondary colours; orange, green and violet.
Tertiary colours are combinations of primary and secondary colours. There are six; red-orange, yellow orange, yellow green, blue green, blue violet and red violet.
Neutral colours are combinations of the three primaries and include the range of greys, browns, deep blue and black. They are less intense than the purer colours and provide a soft space for the others to shine.
Date 23rd March 2019
Location 3 Jade Lane, Paraparaumu
Time 10 4pm
Cost $185 per person
Limited spaces. Morning and afternoon tea provided, bring your own lunch.
Corinne; 027 246 4488 [email protected]
Kimbra; 04 9021656 [email protected]