Zen Brushwork

Zen Brushwork

Sat 22 April 2017 10:00-13:00 - RHB 300

Drawing within the Zen tradition of calligraphy,  Zen Brushwork works primarily with ‘ki’ – or energy. Using a large brush, the intention is to let go of  the thinking process and allow the whole body to connect with the physical act of making a mark. 


The focus across all the practice is to relax body/mind and allow ki to flow freely, enabled through energy raising exercises (yokiho) and sitting meditation (zazen). 

No previous experience necessary. 


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