Let’s play with the arts

A workshop series on using arts as life support

How can arts support my self-esteem ?

What if arts could change my perspective ?

How can arts change my way of communicating ?

How can I write my happiness, fold my imagination, dance my sadness, sing my hopes, draw my anger ?


Discover and explore self-empowering techniques for people working in helping / teaching professions.

Commitment, engagement, excitement, beliefs, … all those words and concepts describe parts of our relationship to ourselves and others.  

Is your commitment resourceful and rewarding for you?

Or do you sometimes feel over-committed, discouraged, exploited or overwhelmed?

How do you take care of yourself ?

Being creative can be a powerful way of helping yourself to recover and relax, to have fun and be surprised.

Discover all this in three workshops that use art-making as a tool for creation, reflection, awareness, and transformation. Through easy explorations (including speech, colours, movement, writing, collage), you can gain insight in your own recreation strategies and build new ones.

Join us for our next workshop series !


next workshops

23 may

7-9 pm CET


registration via email



Being committed to myself

How am I responsible for my well being?
How do I appreciate my individual strengths?
How do I stand for my values?

30 may

7-9 pm CET


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Being committed to my work

How do my clients know that I’m committed?
How do my colleagues know that I’m committed?
How do I show my commitment?


6 jun

7-9 pm CET


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Being committed to society

What does it mean for me?
How do I show my commitment?
How is my commitment being seen?

Your faciliators


For me, expressive arts is a wonderful way of understanding the world around me. Through creation, I rediscover my resources and strengths, and it’s thanks to my curiosity that I’m able to put my personal discoveries into practice.

Expressive arts help me in my personal and professional daily life !

Julia Engels-Rochat

For me, expressive arts represent a whole world of creative explorations, hidden suprises, lightness and humor next to deep insights and findings.

Expressive arts help me to build confidence and empathy, create joy and fun, and are a great gift in my life.

Claudia Blacha


The workshop language for our joint communication depends on the group. EnglishFrench and German are the main options. Any other mother tongue can be used during the art processes and might be translated if it’s applicable.

The workshop series is 100 CHF / EUR. We recommend attending the whole series, but if you can only attend one or two workshops, it is 40 CHF / EUR per session.

We will use Zoom for our online sessions. We invite you to use basic art material, which you may already have at home.