By Carly Amatisto, Activity Director Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park
What color would you say represents the feeling of being grateful? Is it the bright yellow of the sun or the lush green of a spring leaf? The participants in the Mandala & Color Class held on Wednesday, February 24th at the Marshall Cancer Resources Center tried to answer that question. Through the use of Mandala designs, watercolor pencils, and poetry the students explored the connection between feeling and color. The class is offered in collaboration with the Images of Hope non-profit organization and Eskaton Lodge in Cameron Park. Taught by co-facilitators Carly Amatisto, a Recreational Therapist, and Margaret Stein a teacher/artist of Mandalas for over 20 years, the class highlights a new topic every month. Anyone affected by Cancer is welcome to attend.
4th Wednesday of the month at 10:00am
Join us as we explore the stress relieving power of coloring mandalas in a fun, social atmosphere. The group will be lead by Margaret Stein, Licensed Unity Teacher and author of several inspirational mandala coloring books.
Class includes all materials, art supplies and refreshments.
Please RSVP by calling 530-672-7050
Classes held at:
Eskaton Lodge Cameron Park
3581 Palmer Dr. Ste. 400
Cameron Park, CA
For more information about the Lodge, click here.