Wed, Aug 30|
Flying Pig Improv
Get Your Groove Back: Mental Health Panel Discussion at Flying Pig Improv
Join us to discuss how we can reignite our passion and creativity, add a little oomph to overlooked parts of our lives, and find our new groove.
Time & Location
Aug 30, 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Flying Pig Improv, 3203 E Douglas Ave, Wichita, KS 67218, USA
About the event
Get Your Groove Back: Mental Health Panel Discussion
This event is open to the public. The registration fee is $10 at the door or in advance.
We are meeting at Flying Pig Improv at 3203 E. Douglas Ave. from 6 to 8 PM.
Feeling physically and mentally rundown takes the pep from our step, leaving us with a sense of loss and wondering who we are. Rather than stay caught in that rut, we can act to recapture the magical wonder of being alive. Join us to discuss how we can reignite our passion and creativity, add a little oomph to overlooked parts of our lives, and find our new groove.
Araceli Amador, a multifaceted individual, embodies the essence of a social artist. She is an advocate, activist, and businesswoman and embraces the roles of a devoted mother, doting grandmother, and loving wife. Her passion for art knows no bounds, encompassing various forms and expressions. Engrossed in the world of creativity, she finds solace in reading, dancing, painting, and drawing, constantly exploring the depths of her artistic abilities.
Beyond her creative endeavors, Araceli finds immense joy in embracing nature, indulging in its beauty and tranquility. She discovers a profound connection with her inner self through meditation, fostering a sense of peace and harmony. Fueling her adventurous spirit, she embarks on journeys to explore new destinations, immersing herself in diverse cultures and experiences.
Araceli's thirst for knowledge is insatiable, as she eagerly seeks opportunities to expand her horizons. With an open mind and a curious heart, she embraces the joy of learning, constantly evolving and growing as an individual.
Janet Federico is a trauma educator, licensed artist, award-winning author, and speaker from Washington, DC, now based in the Midwest. Her art has been on display at the Wichita Art Museum, the Wilson K. Cadman Art Gallery, City Arts, and InterUrban Art House, to name a few. An award-winning author, Janet has been featured in Elephant Journal, Writer’s Digest, and The Mighty.
In 2020, Janet launched Owl Medicine to provide greeting cards and art products for life’s “unspeakable” situations. An excellent educator, she teaches classes on Mindful Doodling, Writing Through Trauma, and is a co-teacher of the Picking up the Pieces: Transitioning Trauma class with the Finishing School for Modern Women.
Janet is the former Executive Director of Thrive ICT, an organization devoted to providing long-term support to survivors of violence. In her continued advocacy efforts, Janet works to change the conversation around long-term survivorship and to educate others about the reality of living with trauma in the aftermath.
Janet holds a Master of Fine Arts in Fiction and a Master of Business Administration and is a Diamonds Graduate of the Gemological Institute of America.
Lil Glamben, M.Ed
Lil Glamben, M.Ed, is the founder of Turn On Your Menopausal Superpowers!™ The signature offering is a 7-week program focused on 7 “superpowers” and 7 secrets to turn yours on.
Lil has over 30 years of experience in various fields, including behavioral health consulting, academia, philanthropy, and women’s empowerment. She is a graduate of Mount Holyoke College, one of the oldest women’s colleges in the US.
It has been over ten years since Lil officially menopaused. Despite wasting time and energy playing the “menopausal symptom management Whack-A-Mole” game, she considers her menopausal journey (including the suffering ) to be ultimately one of the most profound and potent transformational experiences of her life.
One of Lil’s favorite quotes is Margaret Mead’s “The greatest power in the world is the zest of a post-menopausal women.”
Lil is now on a mission to transform beliefs, experiences, and options around menopause and help women connect with and fulfill our deepest needs, dreams, and destinies during our midlife and beyond AND experience that zest Ms. Mead was talking about!
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Get Your Groove Back