Healing Community Mandala Puzzle (Group Activity)donnagentile2020-03-07T19:25:41-07:00
Provide a fun community-building experience with a huge 50″ x 50″ branded Healing Community Mandala Puzzle™!
Give your guests a unique and fun community-building experience of creativity and connection while strengthening your message and brand.
This Healing Hearts Community Puzzle™ was hosted by CancerCare for a retreat at the Mailbu Duder Ranch in Pennsylvania. It is a unique group experience involving meditative coloring and the building of a large 50″ x 50″ mandala made collaboratively by your guests. Participants add colors, symbols and text to square puzzle pieces while experiencing the many benefits that meditative coloring brings to mind, body and spirit.
Mandala Puzzles are customized to incorporate words, symbols and graphics that communicate your organization’s message — a wonderful way to strengthen people, communities and your brand.
Workshop can be held indoors or outdoors under a pop-tent (weather-permitting) and can last the duration of your on-day event (up to 6 hours). See additional photos below and on FLICKR.
Participants leave with a meaningful experience and practice for promoting self-care, relaxation, self-healing and wellness. You leave with a one-of-a-kind art installation piece to hang on the wall as a way to communicate your brand and engage others — or gift this incredible artwork to a partner agency or cause!
Enjoy the Benefits of Hosting an authentic experience at your airbnb, home, workplace, venue or event including discounts for non-profits, opportunities to develop awesome content, a free seat, free promotion and other valuable returns! Learn more.
Donna Gentile is an artist, designer, educator, community builder and the founder of Community Mandala Project and SovereignSpark. She has taught therapeutic art workshops since 2004 at incredible organizations and holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design. Music and mandala art helped Donna heal after domestic violence and turn wounds into wisdom. The trauma doesn’t define her. It made her stronger, gave her empathy and many gifts, and it feeds her passion for freedom, justice and empowering others.