The artwork of Paint Yoga

Paint yoga examples

Chief Inspiration Officer, Alison Rawlins, created this set of examples to use for your own inspiration. The goal is to relax and have fun! If you want to follow cues will be given, but you're in your own choice with if you follow a cue, or do your own thing.

For this set of paintings, the artist started with a pose and background in mind for each final composition at the start. The process for painting will be to get the background, allow to dry while getting in a stretch, then finishing the fine work of making a foreground.

Canvases with inspirational image attached

Please feel free to bring your own inspirational material to reference during our practice. I will provide a mat, canvas, paints and brushes to borrow. I will give you primary colors and cue mixing colors for the work I am recreating, but as with any of the physical movements and postures, please feel free to mix it up!

In addition to recreational artistry following advansed artistic training during high school, Alison also created extensive artwork as part of the 200 hour yoga teacher training at yoga Farm in Lansing NY.

RYT200 anatomy project cover

western anatomy muscles; anterior and posterior

western nerves, arteries and organs

eastern manomaya kosha

eastern anandamaya kosha

Alison also participated in a summer watercolor class with Miriam Rice in 2017.


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