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Thu, May 30

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Toronto

Creative Muscle Bootcamp

Explore your creative side, work out those imagination muscles, sweat out creative blocks with fun activities and a community of like-minded people!

Creative Muscle Bootcamp
Creative Muscle Bootcamp

Time & Location

May 30, 2024, 6:30 PM – 9:00 PM

Toronto, 392 Pacific Ave, Toronto, ON M6P 2R1, Canada

About the event

This Creative Muscle Bootcamp is for anyone who wants to explore their creative side in a supportive, non-judgmental environment. Work your creative muscles with fun activities and a community of like-minded people.

Whether or not you consider yourself creative, join our Creative Muscle Bootcamp to:

  • Work out those imagination muscles to transform the way you think
  • Exercise your creative glutes and core to start thinking outside the box
  • Lift those creative weights and learn new ways to innovate
  • Sweat out those creative blocks so you can take action today!

You'll meet a community of people just like you, learn to express yourself, share your creations and gain new innovative perspectives with support.

Moreover, you'll get the boost and support you need to explore new things and train that creativity muscle so you can apply it to your everyday life.

Let’s celebrate the act of creating and explore where it can take you!

All materials included (modeling clay, notebook and pencils).

About the hosts:

Candice:

Candice Lee MacAulay is a bestselling author, amateur music producer and Creativity Facilitator. She helps those feeling stuck or overwhelmed gain momentum on their long-neglected passion projects by breaking through creative blocks with practical, hands-on exercises. Candice empowers you to take real action on your creative passion projects, so you can wake up every morning feeling excited, inspired and full of purpose.

Kim and Linda are the Co-Founders of My Creative Break - they organize creative workshops, networking events and team building programs and work your creativity muscles to give you the confidence to venture into the unknown or the uncomfortable. They do this in a fun and safe way so that you can make deeper connections, get new ideas, become better at communication and adaptability, relax and feel motivated to take risks and grow.

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