MINDFUL DOODLING CIRCLE

A space for reflection and connection

with Desiree & Nityalila

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A guided workshop on how to practice mindfulness through journaling and doodling. Learn the basics of mindful listening, mindful communication, and being present. A safe space for reflection and connection.

Drawing skills not required.

About the facilitators: 

Desiree is an illustrator and professional doodler. She is a committed listener, curious learner, and an innovative social artist. She’s currently working on her book, the Alphabet of Mindfulness, as featured on ANC.

Desiree officially received her Five Mindfulness Trainings from Plum Village in France in 2016. Plum Village is the official monastery of Thich Nhat Hanh, the world renowned Vietnamese Buddhist monk, and teacher on Mindfulness. In October 2019, she renewed her certificate from the Plum Village in Thailand, together with Nityalila.

Nityalila is an artist-musician from the Philippines. She grew up and studied in an ashram from primary to secondary school where she lived a life of minimalism and mindfulness under the care of Vaishnava devotees. She is currently based in San Diego, California pursuing a creative life as an artist to communicate stories on climate, mindfulness, minimalism, and Filipino pride.

Admission to this class is FREE but a suggested donation of P500 ($10) will be appreciated. Your donation will support the running of more Mindful Doodling Workshops like this one.

DONATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED THROUGH:
Venmo https://venmo.com/nityalila (@nityalila)
Paypal https://www.paypal.me/nityalila
Zelle: nityalila@gmail.com
BPI: 2429 1376 43

This class is hosted by Tofu Creatives, a design and doodle company founded by Desiree Llanos Dee and Nityalila Saulo.

CONNECT WITH US

NITYALILA SAULO
Chief Designer

nityalila@tofucreatives.com

California, USA

 

DESIREE LLANOS DEE
Chief Doodler

desiree@tofucreatives.com

Metro Manila, Philippines

 

In 2015, Nityalila and Desiree joined the People's Pilgrimage, a 1,500 kilometer walk from Rome to Paris. Since then, they have committed to using their creativity to communicate stories on climate change, human rights, and development.