The CZT 38 recipient is an art teacher at a rural school where a majority of students are considered economically disadvantaged. She uses the Zentangle Method with her students to not only teach them the seven elements of art, but also as way to address the meditative and stress relieving benefits of creating art. She finds that doing Zentangle activities with her students helps them see themselves as artists and her more reluctant learners are more willing to participate because everyone can be successful at it.
" I wanted to express my sincere thanks for the unique and incredible opportunity you have given me to become a CZT and bring the Zentangle Method to patients and families at [my] Hospital. This seminar has been so comprehensive and enlightening, equipping me with experience, knowledge and tools that I can share with patients of all ages and abilities. "
The CZT 39 recipients are two woman who work in an organization that provides retreats to veterans and military families who are healing trauma from deployment. The center also provides retreats for those that have lost their partners in the line of duty. Through CZT training, they will introduce the Zentangle Method as a method of stress reduction and meditation. The foundation sponsored one attendee and Zentangle, Inc. sponsored the other..
"This seminar has been so comprehensive and enlightening, equipping me experience, knowledge, and tools that I can share with patients of all ages and abilities"
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