Julia Field

Facilitator since August 27, 2004

Julia Field
Seattle, Washington 98107 (United States)
P 206-605-5910

Biography

Julia Field is a designer, artist, writer, certified coach, and facilitator living in Seattle. She loves playing at the intersection of curiosity, creativity, and community - and SoulCollage® continuously brings her back to this home base. She has facilitated Original Play, expressive arts, 'The Energy of Money' book study groups, and creative conflict resolution in prisons, in addition to SoulCollage. She brings over 30 years' experience in visual communications to her work with SoulCollage®.

Description of SoulCollage® work

I have been facilitating SoulCollage® since 2004. I love sharing this process – the natural, grace-filled way it connects us to our creativity, our selves, and each other. I offer half-day intros, multi-week immersion classes, open studios, and individual sessions, primarily at my studio in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood.  I also offer workshops tailored to your group, at your location – for your book group, women’s circle, or to honor a special occasion. SoulCollage is a lovely way to connect in celebration of a birthday or other life event, or to honor and remember a loved one who has passed on. Contact me for more information.  

Personal work with own SoulCollage® cards

SoulCollage® has enriched my life in countless ways. I was first drawn to the prospect of creating something that I could trust had meaning, without needing to know what it was! This freed up a lot of creative energy. I made more than 20 cards before I stopped to explore what any of them might have to say to me. Through readings, I’ve come to trust my cards as portals to my own intuitive knowing, and I also find the process of card-making and reading to be a rich way to move something through or discover what’s up. I have found greater compassion for myself through SoulCollage, particularly by creating cards for those aspects of myself that I have tried in vain to push away; I am now able to embrace my wholeness much more fully. The process continues to engage me, delight me, and surprise me. I am so grateful for this simple, powerful process that is both so individual and so universal.

Other Notes

Comments from workshop participants: "Julia's leading was ideally balanced with warm spirit and meaningful substance." / "Julia is so light-hearted, reflective, willing to move gracefully with each moment - a true aikido-like facilitator." / "Julia provided a safe and well-guided circle for participants to share on deep levels. And her smile is magical!" / "A perfect design for four hours of time." / "I really appreciated the tips and materials offered that made my finished card so exquisite. I never would have gotten there on my own!" / "Wow. I feel inspired and empowered!"

  • Around Valentine’s Day, our thoughts turn to Love... including self-love. And what about those parts of ourselves that are the hardest to accept? SoulCollage® offers a beautiful way to befriend what we might consider our darker aspects. Are you willing to make a card for The Procrastinator? The Inattentive One? She Who Gets Depressed? The Worrier? The Overeater? Or (You Know Who)?In this season of love, let’s shine a light on one of these parts of ourselves. We’ll spend spacious time collaging our cards, then read from the cards to discover the wisdom they hold for us. (All of our aspects have a shadow, even the shadow-y parts!) SoulCollage, an accessible art practice for creative expression and inner discovery, brings our intuitive wisdom forward so we can embrace our wholeness. Open to new and experienced SoulCollagers. All materials provided.

    Note: This is a half-day workshop, with two different sessions offered - choose February 15 OR February 18.

    $40 per person; pre-registration required. Space is limited! Call or email to register.

     


    in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood (address sent upon registration) Seattle, Washington 98107
    United States

    Facilitator Info
    When:
    February 15, 2020 - 1:00pm - 4:30pm
    February 18, 2020 - 12:30pm - 4:00pm