Unleash your creativity and relieve stress through Discover Neurographic Art class! This innovative art form utilizes simple lines, shapes, and color to help calm your mind and unleash your inner artist. No previous art experience or skills are necessary – all supplies are provided. It is a completely intuitive process with many side benefits in addition to creating beautiful, one-of-a kind abstract art.

Some Side Benefits of Neurographic May Include:

1. Mental health benefits: Neurographic art involves repetitive and structured movements that can help reduce stress, anxiety, and promote relaxation. It can also help improve focus and concentration. Some artists have experienced decreased pain and decreased insomnia, among other physical improvements.

2. Creative Expression: Neurographic art allows individuals to tap into their creativity and express themselves in a unique, non-verbal way. It can be a form of self-discovery and self-expression.

3. Healing and self-care: Creating neurographic art can be a therapeutic process that helps individuals process and release emotions, trauma, and negative energy. It can promote healing and self-care.

4. Personal growth: Engaging in neurographic art can help individuals gain insight into their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors. It can be a tool for personal growth and self-awareness.

5. Cognitive benefits: Neurographic art involves a combination of analytical and creative thinking, which can help improve cognitive skills such as problem-solving, critical thinking, and spatial awareness.

6. Physical benefits: The physical act of creating neurographic art can improve fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, and overall dexterity.

7. Social benefits: Participating in neurographic art workshops or classes can promote social interaction, connection, and community building. It can be a fun and engaging group activity.

This is a self-paced video class will be released on 8/30/24. You will receive the materials list, the link and password access code for the class on 8/30/24. Taught by Stephanie Zing of Bohemian Art Cafe art studio.