MMSoul is a business rooted in compassion and love. Its goal is to spread positivity and increase feelings of self-worth for everyone through art and creativity. Events and workshops by MMSoul offer a safe place for people to explore their feelings and purpose, and to be part of a small group of others doing the same.
This is for anyone seeking...
- Self-care, self-healing, or self-love
- A break from all the "noise"
- Quiet time for creating
- Internal reflection
- Time to think and get in touch with thoughts
- Greater intuition
Credit cards accepted; cash and checks are gratefully accepted as well.
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Very interesting and fun introduction to Soul Collage. Megan's quiet energy is great. I look forward to more!
Megan is so perfect in explaining what SoulCollage is and keeps an open loving space for us to exercise our creativity. She is so passionate about this and it really shows. Good work Megan!
Thanks, Megan, for the wonderful introduction to Soul Collage. You are a wonderful instructor and I look forward to exploring more with you in another class. I can't wait!
Thank you so much for your endearing workshops. My cards are so meaningful for me, I meditate on them – it’s fun & precious and truly a way to come to balance at the end of each day. I'll be so glad to continue.
The workshop was very thoughtful, and a lot of work was put into it which I really appreciate! I especially enjoyed that this was a personal journey for each of us. I liked the quiet time, something we don’t often get, and that we could each make it our own, getting what we needed out of it. That truly felt like a retreat to me, and I look forward to making more cards!
I highly recommend attending SoulCollage. It’s a great way to take some time out of your day to reflect and think about who you are and what you care about.
SoulCollage® has been an excellent tool for discovering messages in my subconscious. I use the cards to discuss hidden emotional issues with my therapist which has added great benefit and dimension to my sessions.
SoulCollage® may not be therapy, but it can be used in therapy as a technique, which works well with other theoretical approaches.
Therapists want to send me flowers because the progress these women make in counseling after coming to my twice month SoulCollage® circles is exponential to their 'just' going to the sessions.
My therapists 'therapeutically encourage' me to do as much SoulCollage® as possible, both as a facilitator and collager because of its substantial ability to heal.