All of my workshops include journaling techniques and tips for unblocking creativity. Whether you need to regain your sense of purpose and find joy in your life and business or to foster innovation and greater productivity, you will leave with practical tools you can implement.
Recent workshops include Journaling to Reignite Your Business Creativity, Journaling as a Life Skill, One Loop at a Time – Design and Hook Your Own Healing Mat, Creativity as Healing Energy – Create Your Own Healing Image and Love Letter – hook and write yourself a love letter.
Here are some comments from participants in Meryl’s Hook a Healing Mat workshop (now called Love Letter – hook and write yourself a love letter):
“I am taking Meryl Cook’s course, Hook a Healing Mat. I am a total beginner in rug hooking or any kind of handwork and I did not know what to expect. From the beginning, I have felt safe and supported to try something that is outside my comfort zone. I am gaining confidence with hooking the mat and surprisingly, to me, I am feeling calmer when I see what I have done. The fibres and colours are so beautiful and I am learning to appreciate small steps in a process. My intention is to learn to be more gentle with myself and I feel I am on my way towards that goal. Thank you, Meryl!”
“Meryl is using her favourite medium to gently guide us through a unique process of discovery. It is far more than a skill-learning class. I do not know where this will lead me but am encouraged each class to open up and create freely without rules and boundaries.”
“I find the workshop very inspiring, not only because I wanted to learn how to hook, but because of the spiritual aspect of it. The process of including writing along with hooking makes our project more personal and meaningful.”
“Awakening is how I would describe the Healing Mat Workshop. The workshop has re-awakened my creative and spiritual life. Instead of just surviving and making it through each day. I now embrace nurturing my life once again. Playfully and spiritually The Healing Mat workshop had reminded me who I am.”