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Free Resources (Art & Mindfulness)

I often get questions from students on where to find resources. Here’s a short list that’s useful for beginning:

Art & creating: 

Often, we don’t truly draw from observation. We draw what our mind conjures up.

  • Learn to draw what you SEE.  A useful resource is Drawing on the right sight of the brain: A book on how to draw what you see http://www.drawright.com/

Practice makes perfect. Websites such as artistsnetwork and artsy are a wealth of resources.

Mindfulness & living: 

Mindfulness takes time to cultivate, and can be practised using various ways including art, yoga and meditation. Here are some useful resources: 

  • This is a great article on the ‘RAIN’ principle, a psychology/therapy technique for self-recovery when you find yourself overwhelmed by situations. https://www.mindful.org/tara-brach-rain-mindfulness-practice/
  • My personal favourite is The School of Life, a UK-based publisher that gets academics and experts to write and run courses on topics like ‘How to find a job you love’, ‘How to change the world’, ‘How to choose a partner’ etc. Find them on Youtube, or read their books (available at libraries, and bookstores e.g. Kinokuniya)

Questions/comments? I’d love to hear them. 

Happy learning!


I'm a movement and mindfulness educator and visual artist and I'm passionate about guiding busy working professionals to restore balance and calm in their bodies and minds. Based at YogaUnion in Turin, Italy, I split time between Asia & Europe, teaching at festivals and resorts such as Obonjan Private Island and Brighton Yoga Festival. My art has been exhibited at Singapore Art Week and Kult Gallery Singapore and I've been invited to teach art workshops for the National Library Board Singapore.

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