The Revival Project Team

As a collective of artists we are striving to bring art to the community in a more accessible way. At Violet Hive Art Collective we believe that everyone is creative and therefor an artist. The act of expressing one’s self through art and movement allows us to have more access to our right brain and see events and consider the world for alternate perspectives. Art allows us the ability to be free. Learn more about our Art as Healing artists and their talents and offerings below.

 
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JEN IBANEZ
E-RYT, Certified Lagree Instructor and BA, Business & Marketing
Consultant, Workshop Facilitator, and Guide
Mobile Programming + Nurture
Jen Ibanez is a coach, yoga practitioner, and healer that works with Surrender through Surrender in the City. Surrender is our practice of emotional embodiment...to make practical use of tools that helps each of us dive into the discovery of true inward sanctuary.

Jen provides personal consulting, workshops, and resources through her healing process Surrender, a guided self-study experience designed to; demystify spiritual and practical practices, to help us find our space of ease, learn more about how/where our body stores life and feelings, to learn how to get back to our center in the midst of life that swirling around us...in the moment that it happens. It's the discovery of true inward sanctuary, HERE in the city.

Specializations: Yoga, Lunar Programming and Mala making.
Locations of programming in Denver: Nurture Fall 2019, Oasis Yoga, Ohana Yoga + Barre, Vert Beauty and many more.

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CARRIE DIEHL
Artist, Background as a Licensed Art Educator
Mobile Programming + Nurture

Carrie Diehl is a local Denver artist with over 20 years teaching experience. She has taught Studio Art to people of all ages and believes we are all artists at heart. Carrie recently retired from the classroom and is passionate about continuing to bring the creative experience to kids and adults alike. She sees the arts as a tool for connecting people to both themselves and each other in a meaningful way. Carrie currently teaches art workshops in the Denver Metro Area and is loving her life!

Specializations: Sculpture, ceramics, painting, weaving and more.

STUDIOS AND SERVICES:  
Dreamcatchers, Goddess Sculptures, and Mala bracelets

 
 
 
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Francesca Morales  
Jewelry Artist and Healing Practitioner
Mobile Programming + VH Honey Comb Studio

Masters in Social Work, Colorado State Board Certification for Visual and Design Arts, Studio Artist, Healing Practitioner

As a healing practitioner, I merge decades of social work practice with a life time of jewelry design experience, to provide havens for women to innovatively explore their struggles as they experience life’s journey. I believe everyone can tap into their creative side and that although the healing path may cause multi-dimensional upheaval, when artistic expression accompanies that path, there can be an inexplicable sense of flow. Further, I perceive jewelry making as a healing art form, as it gifts us the ability to literally adorn ourselves in our courage and strength. These sessions consist of chakra-infused discussion and self-reflection that celebrate us as individuals, but more-over, illuminate our integral connection to the whole.

These elements nurture us and inspire the gemstone choices made for the expressive jewelry each woman crafts. In turn, ladies often walk away feeling at home in the energy emanating from the pieces they’ve created, as well as the transformative energy revealed within their spirit.

Approaches and Modalities include: An array of jewelry making and wearable art techniques (for all skill levels), wellness theories, as well as ancient and contemporary holistic health approaches.

Specialization: Women in all stages of life’s cycles experiencing illness or loss, seeking to express their voice and enhance their life creatively, emotionally and spiritually.

Workshops, Retreats, and Services: Healing Through Jewelry Women’s Retreats. Sessions vary from one-day (6 hours) to three-day (18 hours).