Thanks again to the DHA Panther Teachers, Support Staff and Administrators who participated in this morning's Professional Development Training: Musical Me, sponsored through the Arts & Science Council Cultural Arts Education Program.
Your involvement in the conversation about the arts, communication and self-care were appreciated... as were the humor, rhythms and presence of educators from Pre-Kindergarten to 8th Grade.
Below is a new handout with links that we hoped to access this morning, but technology did not cooperate! Additionally, we included links to the musical instruments and sensory props that were incorporated since many folks asked about where to find them.
It was an honor to share the morning with you. We welcome hearing about your return to work next week and refreshed intentional practices... post below in the comment section, or reach out to give updates via email or phone.
How much space will you create in the new year? Today’s post encourages you to acknowledge the space available to you for personal growth.
Perhaps the space we speak of refers to the opportunity for growth and refreshing activities in the new year. Another take could be the increasing balance of self care and self-esteem. That space may need more hues to be added and elements adjusted for the healthiest outcome.
At PMT, we provide creative and expressive art therapy as music therapy treatment may be an effective modality for one’s goals in a variety of health domains. Connecting with a creative space for learning pieces and songs is a healthy means of challenging oneself for musical skill acquisition as well. Our studio offers individual lessons to students of various ages and that growth of learning is rewarding.
Acknowledging the space around oneself is important. We encourage you to make the space in this new calendar year, and honor that opportunity... comment below if you’re willing to highlight your awareness in 2020!
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