Zen Transition Art workshops @ Zen Resort Bali
By artist Ingrid van der Aa

Zen Yoga and Ayurveda Healing Retreat with Transition Art
workshops: 7 days/6 nights: 22 – 29 October 2017

Zen Resort Bali is a sanctuary for body, mind and spirit. The treatments you get here take care of the body, connect mind & soul and harmonize the physical, psychological and spiritual systems, based on the philosophy of Ayurveda - Yoga - Meditation. Zen Resort Bali is now offering a new retreat, a travel program to Zen Resort Bali with a special Zen Transition Art retreat accompanied by the artist Ingrid van der Aa. The 7 day/6 night yoga and ayurveda massage retreat is enriched with four 3-hour sessions of these innovative Transition Art workshops plus three evening art presentations by Ingrid. No art experience is necessary.

Transition Art Workshop

The aim of the Transition Art Workshops is to enrich the whole body, mind and spirit through this retreat experience with a creative touch.

The workshops will do this in 3 steps:

  • 1: teach you and bring out creativity, without judgment
  • 2: it will give you a method how to use that creativity and bring creative talent into the workplace and your life
  • 3: the Transition Art Workshops will use that creativity for an artwork to understand yourself better

The artist: Ingrid van der Aa

Ingrid van der Aa completed her Master of Fine Arts at University of Sydney (Sydney college of the Arts) in 2014 and has shown both nationally and internationally. In 2017 she has been awarded a finalist in the North Sydney Sculpture Prize and will have a solo show in Balmain in February. Ingrid was one the founding directors of the Artist run Space NORTH Contemporary Art Space in North Sydney and was awarded the artist studio residency at Primrose Park 2015/2016. Also an accomplished professional Career Transition Counselor and Coach.

Originally from Holland, now based in Sydney, Ingrid van der Aa investigates the topics of home, shelter, interconnection and belonging in her art works. She creates paintings, sculpture and installation works from both man-made materials, such as plastics and Perspex, as also natural materials, such as wood and termite nests.