For as long as I can remember, I have dreamed of creating a non-profit organization dedicated to serving a variety of populations using the Arts as Medicine. Welcome, I am Lisa Russo Pettigrew ~ I offer innovative services that inspire people to turn their challenges into insights & strength. It is with deep passion, care & sensitivity that I enthusiastically share what brings me peace, balance, and joy while on this journey.
I provide a structured approach with guided exercises designed to elicit a creative response that promotes the release of stress issues, grief, loss, anger, shame and much more. Develop your a€?bodies intelligencea€? to inform who you are & how you make your choices.
Learn simple tools to support peace, balance & deeper connection(s) in your daily life. I provide a structured approach with guided exercises designed to elicit a creative response that promotes the release of stress issues, grief, loss, anger, shame and much more.A  Together we ignite the a€?bodya€™s wisdoma€? to improve health, well being, & anything else we desire!
We use the arts to rediscover the body, mind, heart connection, support encouragement, & create new resources.
We are very excited to share the NEW LOGO & ask you to check back this Spring (2016) for a lite launch of our NEW WEBSITE!

NO ART EXPERIENCE necessarya€¦please leave your baby with a loved one as this is a time just for you and bring an open heart + a pen & journal. Leave rejuvinated & take home simple self-care resources that will support you on your incredible journey through motherhood. Like Franklin, we bring together intelligent people to discuss intellectual issues in a respectful manner.Our meetings are usually held in Manhattan on the first Thursday of each month. There is no connection with any political or religious organization or group.Invitation from Victor NiederhofferI invite you to come to the Junto and join some select friends who believe strongly in the sanctity of life, liberty, and property.
I believe all of us can benefit by meeting to exchange ideas and insights.For more than 30 years of his life, Benjamin Franklin held a series of weekly meetings of what he called the Junto, a group of 12 men who would gather to discuss truth, morality, and intellectual issues in an attempt to improve themselves and their society. My goal is to accomplish the same for ourselves.Guided by science, logic and rationality, Franklin attempted to explore all aspects of his world and learned a tremendous amount.
By his pursuit of knowledge, happiness and self-benefit he was able to create good for his society.
Have you lately heard how any present rich man, here or elsewhere, got his estate?What unhappy effects of intemperance have you lately heard; of imprudence, of passion, or of any other folly or vice? What happy effects of temperance, of prudence, of moderation, or of any other virtue?Do you think of anything at present in which the Junto may be serviceable to mankind?Have you any weighty affairs in hand in which you think the advice of the Junto may be of service?

In what manner can the Junto, or any them, assist of in any of your honorable designs?Franklin included additional questions reflecting his groupa€™s position as an influencer of city and state politics. I see our group as more of an intellectual exercise a€” rather than influencing the government directly, I would prefer that we have a positive beneficial impact on each other. With this in mind, we have a more up-to-date version of some of these questions, as well as some additional ones suggested by todaya€™s world:What is the most interesting or unusual thing you have read, seen, or heard about in the last month?
Has there been any notable failure or success, financial, political, or otherwise, from which we can gain insight and understanding?Can a man or woman arrive at perfection in this life? What is the appropriate role of religion in our lives, if any?What is the most important political issue facing this country in the next five years?Whom do you respect most?

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