Mindful Arts has presented Workshops and Programs at:
NDIS (National Disability Insurance Scheme) – https://myplace.ndis.gov.au/ndisstorefront/index.html
Allenby Gardens Pre-School
Allenby Gardens Primary School – http://www.allenbyps.sa.edu.au
Baptist Care SA Youth Programs – http://www.baptistcaresa.org.au
Burnside Primary School – http://www.burnsideps.sa.edu.au
City of West Torrens – Youth Program
Fifth Quarter After School Programs – http://www.carclew.com.au
Forbes Primary School – http://www.forbesps.sa.edu.au
Lockleys Children’s Centre – http://www.childcareservicesaust.com.au/lockleys.htm
Lockleys OSCH – Sherpa Kids – http://www.sherpa-kids.com.au
Marryatville Primary – http://www.marryatvilleps.wikispaces.net
My Time – supporting parents of children with disabilities
Our Lady Of Hope School – http://www.oloh.catholic.edu.au
Settlers Farm Primary – http://www.settlersr7.sa.edu.au/home/
St. Martin’s Catholic Primary OSHC
Trinity College – Blakeview – http://www.trinity.sa.edu.au/schools/trinity-blakeview
“Maria is friendly, patient and has a passion for helping people incorporate mindfulness into their lives. Having a creative outlet and skills to teach in Arts is a perfect match. I will use it in my teaching” Paul from Trinity College Blakeview Term 2, 2016.
“The program has certainly fulfilled any requirements as far as covering the Visual Arts Curriculum. I began the program with a small understanding of how the program might look but I didn’t realise the impact it would have in 5 short weeks” Julie Reynolds from Allenby Gardens 2015.
“We all enjoyed working with you, I think the kids could have just mixed paints all day long. They loved what was done during your sessions”, Irene from Settlers Farm Campus, 2013.
“Maria is a well organised enthusiastic individual who delivers a motivating program that is flexible to meet individual needs. Our children (4-5 yr olds) where introduced in creating their imagination and thoughts into a visual product. The program values children’s individual thoughts, creativity and wellbeing in a positive and supporting way. The program helped our children focus with tasks and activities”, Christina from Allenby Gardens Pre-School, 2013.