The Centre for Spirituality at Work
U.of T.’s St. Michael’s College Continuing Education


Our unique expression of spirit manifests in our lives, including our worklives, when we can be connected to our innate creativity. Seeing our lives as a whole rather than many separate parts can be essential to maintaining our balance, peace of mind and creativity. Through a series of exercises, discussions, writing, visualization and the artistic process (no talent necessary!), we will uncover blocks that may be inhibiting a more integrated, creative life at work and move towards the reclaiming of a deeper relationship to spirit, creativity and self.

Instructor: Marsha Stonehouse is an artist represented by galleries as far away as Indonesia and Singapore. For the past 20 years she has been creatively exploring painting, drawing, sculpture, dance, music, writing, martial arts, travel, and psychotherapy while on her spiritual journey. The AGO, ROM, Banff School of Fine Art, and Mallorca, Spain are only some of the places she has given workshops.

CSW02 - In partnership with U.of T.’s St. Michael’s College Continuing Ed. Please visit their website for registration details and to learn about the Blue Card Passport to Learning, which offers reduced and waived fees for many of their courses.

Date: 4 Monday evenings
November 5 -- 26, 2001

Time: 7:00pm - 9:30pm

Fee: $100 and $20 materials. Blue Card Passport: $20 materials.

Location: The Dining Room at The Friends’ House, 60 Lowther Avenue at Bedford Rd.

To Register:

Centre for Spirituality at Work
Transforming the experience and outcomes of work
Last updated July 1/01