Life Pies: A Creative Sculpture and Yoga Workshop for Expecting Parents
with Megan Windeler & Joyce Grimm

Life Pies: A Creative Sculpture and Yoga Workshop for Expecting Parents: Saturday, July 13th (1:30pm-4:30pm)

A creative retreat including Yoga, art making, healthy snacks and tea.
$60 advance per person / $65 day
All levels of artists and yogis are welcome. Wear comfortable clothes for yoga and making art

Pregnancy is a time of transition, growth and change. In the months your baby grows inside of you (or your partner) - you have an opportunity to grow yourself. While transition and growth do mean change, it does not have to mean abandonment of who you are. Instead it can mean growing more into yourself and knowing yourself better.
In this interactive workshop you will be invited to think about what is important to you - what makes “you” you. For it is those qualities that will guide you as you parent and shape your life moving forward.

The workshop will start with guided yoga and breathing exercises designed to get you in the mindset to be comfortable, creative and reflective. After a few guideline questions, and some practical how to’s on working with the materials you will put your personalized responses into action by creating a Life Pie - a 3D a circle comprised of many pieces that form a whole made of clay. Your sculpture, representing your life in the shape of a pie (what could be better!) is yours to keep around as long as you wish –a long with your guideline questions, directions on baking and some thoughts on how to use your pie for reflection.

Much Love,
Joyce & Megan

About Art Instructor, Joyce Grimm
Joyce Grimm has been creating inventive arts programming and teaching for over twelve years. She founded and directed Triple Base Gallery, in San Francisco, which supported many amazing emerging artists from the greater Bay Area. Her work with the Warhol Foundation, the San Francisco Arts Commission, Yerba Buena Center for the Arts, and as a teacher in the gradate program at California College of the Arts has brought her a broad perspective on the city and the chance to collaborate with some the most devoted inventors around. For the last two years Joyce was the Chef Educator for Pie Ranch in Pescadero, California-It was her experience there that lead to the conception of the Life Pies workshops. Life Pies was first presented at the Museum of Craft and Folk Art, followed by the graduate programs at both Portland State and California College of the Arts. She is currently an Arts Consultant for an interfaith gallery here in San Francisco.