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March 15, 2021
Virtual Retreat: Finding Your Breath/Weaving Your Purpose with Garrison Institute Fellow Jackie Ivy
What if everything that has ever happened to us in our lives has been on purpose? The good, the bad, the painful, the embarrassing, the sad……all of it.
Join Garrison Institute Fellow, Jackie Ivy for a workshop that addresses just this question, using breath as the entry point of an answer. Using her own experiences as an entry point into the work, Jackie will share how breath work and mindfulness has served as a key ingredient in her journey towards integration, both professionally and personally.
Jackie will lead the group through various breath work exercises as well as guide us in a process of beginning to weave together the various life “bits” of our life, even if some experiences don’t feel like they should fit…..
Please bring a journal and pen to the session.
This workshop will be conducted on Zoom from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. ET on Monday March 15. The zoom link will be emailed to participants within twenty-four hours of your registration. If you have any questions about this event, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jackie Ivy is a design consultant with an extensive career in academic and commercial experiential design. She has applied her design thinking to physical spaces, branding and marketing campaigns, as well as leadership, education and non-profit systems-thinking. Her work encourages design and innovative thinking around realities that have yet to be fully achieved, staying true to the integrity of each project as well as inventing possibilities that have never been imagined. Jackie is currently developing collaborative projects through the anti-brand studio as well as serving as a Garrison Fellow. Previously in her career, Jackie has worked for brands such as Nike, rag & bone, iHeart Media, Soho House, the Buccini/Pollin Group, Urban Outfitters, the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation as well as the Peggy Guggenheim Museum in Venice, Italy. She received her Master of Environmental Design from the School of Architecture at Yale University, where she graduated with academic honors. She received her Bachelor of Science in Architecture from University of Virginia, and double majored in American Studies through the English Department.
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