Creativeflow provides a safe and positive space for exploration, free expression and healing. The project aims to foster your creativity, reconnecting you with your true creative self and bringing you back into the natural flow. Art and meditation are powerful tools for healing and transformation and both offer a wonderful way to bring our full awareness into the present moment.
My name is Elisa, and I am a visual artist and holistic therapist based in Edinburgh. In the past few years, through my personal experiences, I discovered how powerful and transformative the creative process can be.
I believe that creativity is directly connected to our internal source of energy and can help us to explore our identity, our emotions and the world that surrounds us. Becoming aware of our whole self is a precious gift that we all have the right as well as the need to experience.
I studied Fine Arts in a proper academic setting and that experience made me aware of the pressure that sometimes can surround the word “art”. I think that it is time to release any old misconception about art and creativity and embrace the fact that we are all creative.
My work aims to support the process of self-discovering, creation, empowerment, and healing. My wish is to provide a safe and nurturing space where people can reconnect with the beauty of their souls and can access their deepest dreams. I hold the space with love, kindness, and care, allowing the healing process to unfold and simply facilitating its journey.
I am a trained Reiki and Feather Stone practitioner, and currently, I am progressing my studies in Qigong, Shamanic Healing and Arts for Healing. I love to combine meditation and holistic therapies with art as the process offers a wonderful way to explore the mind, the body, and the soul.
I am a member of the PVG Scheme and of the Scottish Artists Union, and I have a full Public Liability Insurance as an artist and holistic therapist.
Past and recent collaborations include Wild in Art, Roshni, Leonard Cheshire Disability and The Alma Project.
If you wish to find out more about my personal work please visit https://artforchanges.com/