A Healing Flight to Experience the

Voice of the Soul and the Wisdom of the Body

YOU WILL GAIN ACCESS to AN EXPERIENCE and EXPLORATION

WITH

The Co-Creative Power of Intentional Creativity®

The 9 Self Awareness Practices of Medicine Painting

The "Field" of MUSEA and how to participate in Reciprocity

The Relationship between Quantum Mechanics and Healing

Creating an Intuitive Painting Guided from your Soul Voice

Body Wisdom listening through Embodied Mark Making

Guided by MUSEA Curator
Shiloh Sophia McCloud

with special Guest
Jonathan McCloud


A Healing Flight to Experience the Voice of the Soul and the Wisdom of the Body

YOU WILL GAIN ACCESS to AN EXPERIENCE and EXPLORATION WITH

The Co-Creative Power of Intentional Creativity®

The 9 Self Awareness Practices of Medicine Painting

The "Field" of MUSEA and how to participate in Reciprocity

The Relationship between Quantum Mechanics and Healing

Creating an Intuitive Painting Guided from your Soul Voice

Body Wisdom listening through Embodied Mark Making

Guided by MUSEA Curator, Shiloh Sophia McCloud

with special Guest,
Jonathan McCloud


Class access is available immediately upon registration!

Includes support in our classroom + show and tell Zoom Circle.

Enjoy a Daylong Virtual Painting Retreat.

Perhaps do this process with a few friends?

Tuition $195 or 3 payments of $75

REGISTER HERE - Let's FLY, Together!

No Risk - If you do the process, and do not experience the value,

request a moneyback guarantee! Try it!

Create an Intuitive Painting of your Soul Bird and Learn the Practice Medicine Painting

A tool for resiliency, connection and insight during times of great change

Shiloh Sophia Soul Bird in process

Class access is available immediately upon registration

Includes support in our classroom + show and tell Zoom Circle.

Enjoy a Daylong Virtual Painting Retreat.

Perhaps do this process with a few friends?

Tuition $195 or 3 payments of $75

No Risk - If you do the process, and do not experience the value, request a moneyback guarantee! Try it!

Create an Intuitive Painting of your Soul Bird and Learn the Practice Medicine Painting

A tool for resiliency, connection and insight in times of great change

Shiloh Sophia Soul Bird in process

A Message from Shiloh Sophia

A Message
from Shiloh Sophia

Dear One,

Where do you turn in times of suffering or challenge?

How do you go inward for insight into personal healing and discovery?

We are indeed in mysterious times and may be filled with a range of feelings, emotions and even trauma that we simply cannot 'think' our way through to the other side.

I invite you to join me for a healing journey to create an intuitive image and symbolic totem for healing and exploration - your own Soul Bird.

The process is based in the Nine Facets of Awareness using Medicine Painting - a process you will have to use for the rest of your life. This process has taken me 27 years to refine, and I am able to pass it to you in ONE DAY.

I chose to Livestream this class so we can be together in real-time, creating a virtual 'temple' together. It will be recorded so you can watch anytime.

My beloved husband Jonathan will be filming, as well as guiding us in a greater scientific understanding of how we might work with quantum mechanics in relationship to healing.

I hope you will join us! My summer has been focused on one course, Artifact, and so I am excited to rejoin you for SOUL BIRD, my first fall Livestream. Let's join our energy and feel the connection of our community, shall we?

Shiloh Sophia getting ready to teach Soul Bird!

These are a few inquiries that have been on my mind as we dive into the field we will create together...

  • Do you experience "FEELING" the red thread when you connect with your awareness of it?
  • Have you felt you knew me before, or experience knowing me through my images?
  • When you connect with Intentional Creativity do you have a greater sense of connection with women you have never met?
  • When you experience suffering - and you 'tune into' our field, do you have an experience of love that feels supportive?
  • When you first encountered my work or the work of the Teachers and Coaches within Intentional Creativity, did you feel a sense of connection and belonging, even before you knew what it was?
  • How can we become even MORE clear on how to amplify our felt sense of connectivity?
  • How can science show us what we already know about the spirit?
  • How aware are most of us about the 'veils' between personal and transpersonal or individuality and the collective?

Will you take Flight into your Inner World?

Let's rustle some feathers, shall we? Each guest is invited to spread her wings and soar into the domain of self-healing. Through intuitive painting and creative expression, we evoke healing energies that can carry us into new worlds we have not yet explored or even knew existed. This is a call to be brave and willing to take some risks.

We are living in challenging times and many of us are holding grief, anxiety and fear in our hearts and bodies. This class provides an opportunity to transform challenging emotions and mind-states through metacognitive drawing, painting, and art ritual. Creativity and community are pathways to resilience, and gathering in circle - even online - is medicine for the soul!  

Our painting is step by step - using the Nine Facets of Medicine Painting, which you can learn about further down this page although they continue to evolve each time we work with them. We will work together to bring a symbolic image of the bird onto the canvas.

No painting experience is needed - don't worry, this is for beginners and skilled artisans alike! 

Legend Painting by Shiloh Sophia

BENEFITS with SELF EXPRESSION FROM THE SOUL!

  • Creativity: Paint your own Soul Bird using Intuitive Insight
  • Courage: You can't get this wrong and you don't need painting experience.
  • Healing: Choose a healing path and explore it through your painting.
  • Connection: Join with thousands of women around the world in Intentional Creativity.
  • Practice: Receive access to the updated 9 Awareness Practices of Medicine Painting
  • Resiliency: Move into a place of greater personal power to address change.
  • Intuition: Deepen your connection to your Soul Voice through Metacognitive Drawing
  • Influence: Discover the co-creative relationship you have between consciousness and the body
  • Play: Learn layering techniques to create transparency, light and shadow

    Participate in the world's most well-established women's art movement in the world, Intentional Creativity®. Going strong since 1999 with tens of thousands of members who are 'doing the work'.

Here is a look at the Soul Bird painting process with Shiloh Sophia from our Livestream class

Feeling called,
but not sure?

Feeling called, but not sure?

Are you feeling excited, and perhaps a little nervous?

Maybe you don't think of yourself as a painter or worry what it will look like?

No one is going to see it but you, so why not give it a try?

You don’t need any art experience to participate. You will be guided step by step towards your creation that will hold the energy of what you desire to heal and receive.

Your painting will be the record to put on your altar. We work through our fears and move into the flow of beauty that women create together.

What will you choose to bring to the healing experience?  

Soul Bird Altar by Janet Holmes

SOUL BIRD REGISTRATION

Daylong Virtual Painting Retreat

Upon registration receive immediate access to the class!

(previously recorded on September 5th)

Our MUSEA Curator, Shiloh Sophia, streamed LIVE
from our Mothership MUSEA Center in Sonoma, California.

Painted by Kristine Izak

  Tuition $195 or 3 payments of $75  

Tuition for these experiences may be $295 or more. We are offering $100 savings immediately to help this be an easy YES for you to join us!

*Guild and MUSEA Members may use code 'paint' to receive additional savings!

If you need an additional scholarship to help this course be possible, reach out to us at support@musea.org.

Those who can afford the regular price make it possible for us to offer savings to others in need. We are a community that practices reciprocity. Thank you so much!

Upon registration receive immediate access to the class to get started. You can watch at your leisure for up to 3 months. On Wednesday, 9/9 at 3pm PT, we gather on Zoom for a 'show and tell' call to bring your painting. You are welcome to attend LIVE or watch the recording. We also have several Graduates available in our private Red Thread Cafe Classroom for witnessing and support.

Basic materials: Acrylic Paint in a rainbow of colors, a variety of brushes, Spray Bottle, Canvas, minimum 16x20, yet suggested is 24x36. A full materials list will be provided. Order SOON as supplies are taking long.

Testimonials

Here are the workds of our students who took the Soul Bird class. Some of them are complete, and others are still in process.

Painted by Intentional Creativity Teacher Moana Whatu

Painted by Intentional Creativity Teacher Marry Ann Matthys

I loved painting SoulBird with you! I hope your process has been rich and deep. Her name is HeartBeat of the Sky. 

Painted by Janet Holmes

Painted by Shiila Safer

Completion phase brings more definition and mystery! Thank you so much Shiloh Sophia! Profound and beautiful retreat today! 

Painted by Angie Delaplain

Painted by Intentional Creativity Teacher and Musea Team member, Amber Gould

Today I **feel** my wings. The wings that have always been there but I sometimes forget are truly attached and helping me to soar! Connected to the essence of my soul bird - that part of me that walks a path to freedom, that is learning to harness the life force of the wind, that has a bird's eye view of my experience. The part that can just...glide... 

Painted by Grace Solman

She called for more action today.... She wanted to show that She was still flying strong and that She was prepared to land. She told me to never stop mid flight.... She also told me to keep moving, keep going until you have safely landed. Her name is, "She who is Carried on wings of Passion." 


"Feet, what do I need you for when I have wings to fly?"

~ Frida Kahlo


Painted by Susan Spangler

Shiloh, thank you for Soul Bird. I loved painting with you and with everyone gathered together. This Soul Bird is in honor of a young woman friend whose middle name is "little wing". She's finding her way to following her heart, and listening to her soul voice. A real gift. The title of the painting that comes is, "Little Wing Takes Flight." I'm new to painting, so I let myself be guided by Shiloh's soul bird for this painting. Seeing and feeling inspired by all of your beautiful soul birds, and with a bit more courage now, I'm looking forward to stretching into another blank canvas and to seeing what new soul bird wants to come into view. 

Painted by Anna Corsini

Painted by Sasha Padron

Soul bird sitting with this image and the medicine from this magnificent process. Healing the shame that has been living in my heart and throat. Felt the energy of chiropractic adjustments cracking bones as I spread my wings. So grateful. 

Painted by Adele Goodwin

Painted by Intentional Creativity Teacher Katy Atchison

A beautiful workshop and reminder that healing is accessible at any moment. 

“I am a blue bird escaping the unruly world below. 

Fly: winds outstretched high above it all. 

This is where happiness can thrive.  

Inspired by the pheonix ; able to thrive even in the chaos. 

There’s a spark inside me : always glowing. 

Primed to access my deepest knowing 

Ready to begin again.” 

SHELTER of the SACRED

We are the shelter of the sacred

No one is coming to save us from ourselves

We are the ones doing the saving

We cannot save ourselves by sleeping

We cannot save each other by angering

We cannot save the earth through complaining

Saving begins in the innermost temple

In the hidden places, many of us have neglected
 

Oh, my precious friends!

We are remembering now, aren’t we?

Don’t you feel that flow of life,

that fire of the spirit moving in fierce tenderness?

Regardless of what they say about the end of things,

We know we are ever and always the beginning.

We really do have all the support we need for what’s next

Let’s enter into collaboration with that support

The coherent message of divine order is ever-present

We know what to do

We must remember our assignment:

We are the shelter of the sacred

When it all feels like too much,

Tend the temple within and let that move out from you

See it reaching the others, still sleeping

See our communities waking and gathering

We have never been here before

Yet many of us walk here together,

Along the edges of the uncharted map of the future

When we find each other, we can celebrate:

There you are! I have missed you!

To tend your own garden isn’t some ‘good idea’

This tending is essential so that we might move mountains

Remember who you are ~ Remember why you came

Many of us, now, remembering and showing up

May the Creator of All reveal us to ourselves

May we dance in between each impossible space

Our bodies and hearts and minds leaping ahead

Keeping time with the soul~birds in the cosmos

Come my friends, it is time to gather ourselves together!

The Council of the Sacred is upon us, in each home,

in each building, in each heart, in each garden, in each land,

in each hand, in each conversation, in each agreement,

in each moment – we are calling this Circle!

~ Shiloh Sophia ~


SHELTER of the SACRED

We are the shelter of the sacred

No one is coming to save us from ourselves

We are the ones doing the saving

We cannot save ourselves by sleeping

We cannot save each other by angering

We cannot save the earth through complaining

Saving begins in the innermost temple

In the hidden places, many of us have neglected
 

Oh, my precious friends!

We are remembering now, aren’t we?

Don’t you feel that flow of life,

that fire of the spirit moving in fierce tenderness?

Regardless of what they say about the end of things,

We know we are ever and always the beginning.

We really do have all the support we need for what’s next

Let’s enter into collaboration with that support

The coherent message of divine order is ever-present

We know what to do

We must remember our assignment:

We are the shelter of the sacred

When it all feels like too much,

Tend the temple within and let that move out from you

See it reaching the others, still sleeping

See our communities waking and gathering

We have never been here before

Yet many of us walk here together,

Along the edges of the uncharted map of the future

When we find each other, we can celebrate:

There you are! I have missed you!

To tend your own garden isn’t some ‘good idea’

This tending is essential so that we might move mountains

Remember who you are ~ Remember why you came

Many of us, now, remembering and showing up

May the Creator of All reveal us to ourselves

May we dance in between each impossible space

Our bodies and hearts and minds leaping ahead

Keeping time with the soul~birds in the cosmos

Come my friends, it is time to gather ourselves together!

The Council of the Sacred is upon us, in each home,

in each building, in each heart, in each garden, in each land,

in each hand, in each conversation, in each agreement,

in each moment – we are calling this Circle!

~ Shiloh Sophia ~


Watch this short video to explore Medicine Painting in action

CURRICULUM
The Nine Facets of Awareness as applied to the theme of the Soul and the Body

These are the foundational facets for Medicine Painting that we will invite you to embrace for our journey together in Soul Bird. This is not your average painting class, as there is some planning to be done in advance to create your own healing container. These will continue to evolve as we practice them together.

1. Setting your Intention for Healing

Setting your intention is about making sure you are clear on your intention. That you are choosing an experience with an intention for healing and illumination. You want to set that clearly or else you will not be setting up your consciousness in such a way that what arises is what truly needs to be revealed. Your intention is part of what creates a strong container and also allows you to explore the language.

2. Creating a Context for the Experience

Creating a context for the experience has a lot to do with gathering your materials and setting the space. You will want to decide on a set time you’re going to work. I often refer to this as bracketing, where there is a beginning, middle and end. You will consciously curate and set up - turning your phone off, making sure you have time, making sure you won’t be interrupted. This is about creating a context in your consciousness but also in the physical space that you’re preparing. Preparing is just as important as any other facet of the painting. Sometimes we start off by just diving in and then have to adjust our space, because we realize there’s not enough time or we’re going to get paint all over everything, or someone’s going to come and interrupt us. By creating the right context, we are guarding and honoring the experience.

3. Releasing the Impulse to Control

Releasing the impulse to control the process is an essential part of Medicine Painting. This is where we’re not dominating the pen or the paintbrush. We’ve set our intention and created a context, so now we’re just going to trust and be in flow with the process. We are not interrupting the process. We’re seeing what happens. We’re allowing it to happen.

This allowing provides space for something to arise from the subconscious. This facet is also very connected to hearing the critic or hearing internal chatter. When that critical voice arises, this is the time you will continue speaking your affirmation, “I’m releasing the impulse to control”. You are holding in your awareness that this is where the mystery comes forward, and this will help with the discipline to allow it to be so.

4. Listening for Image and Language

Listening for image and language is about being the observer and noticing what’s happening. As you’re creating you’re listening to what's arising. You’re listening for symbols, colors, for prompts from within. You’re listening for language, text, things that are arising, thoughts that are coming up, and either including them, writing them down, or letting them go. There is some discernment here. Not everything that arises in image and language needs to be included. But, this is really essential to the process because this is where the insights are going to come from.

5. Matching Energy with Actions

When you are starting out, your intention really holds the energy. At a certain point you realize how important it is going to be to match the energy with the actions, and this is where whatever is arising for you - whether you notice you feel sick, ecstatic, or distracted - is matched with an action on the canvas. So if you’re feeling frustrated, you make frustrated marks. If you're feeling some relief, you make marks of relief. You are matching it so that the energy you have in your body and what you’re creating on the canvas are not opposing or fragmenting each other. And even if something is a challenging feeling, by acknowledging it, the energy can move. We’re going for less fragmentation, where the external image is a reflection of the internal experience.

Now, you want to be careful with this if you’re getting into some really dark or shadowy material. If something scary arises you don’t want to give it too much room to freak you out. Just look at it, create a mark of acknowledgment, and then let it resolve. And if it doesn’t resolve, then go to the next phase by choice. This is where it can be tricky because you’re honoring things as they arise, but you’re honoring things to move them along, not to dive in. You’re actually looking at it in order to move it up, out and through.

6. Adjusting as Information Arises

As you’re starting to gather information, you are starting to make adjustments in your process. You thought it was going to be one way, but actually it’s now shifting. You thought you were headed over here, but now this is happening over there. So now you’re micro-adjusting without domination, and you’re in a really fluid experience. This adds to the energy of this creative process being a journey. You are continuing to journey through new terrain, taking in new sites, sounds, smells, and information and adjusting the journey as more awareness comes to you.

7. Interpreting and Reflecting

Interpreting and reflection come near the completion of the process. You’re going to look at your painting as if it's an oracle and has vital information for you. You may feel quite amazed or inspired by what you notice and what it communicates to you. You want to interpret it without making huge leaps toward specific meaning, but you’re looking for a story. A lot of the time this is when you hand the character or the image in the painting the pen so you have the chance to see what wants to be spoken from the liminal space of the painting. Then you reflect and you also can pick and choose. This is your consciousness. If you don’t like what came up, then reflect on that and move to another place. This is also where you could cause some curation of how you want the image to be brought to completion. 

8. Curating and Completing

At this stage of your Medicine Painting, you are now ready to actually begin choosing how you want the image to complete. Does it need a layer of gold? Do you need to paint over it entirely? Do you need to bring beauty? Embellishments? Hang feathers or beads from the edges? What do you want to do with that image to take it to the next place? What do you feel compelled to add? Keep on following the urging of your Muse until you actually begin to feel a sense of 'completeness' with the painting. Trust your intuition and body.

9. Bringing it into your life....

The final facet of Medicine Painting is bringing the medicine, healing, or insight from the painting into your life going forward. This isn’t a step per se, but it is so important to consider how we will go forward from this process and allow it to truly impact change in our lived experience. We want to evaluate and really reflect on whether we notice a shift within us. If something does feel different or shifted, what is it? Remember that this is a practice and so it may take time to feel the benefits, although being in the flow state can bring some immediate benefit.

What some students are saying about their Intentional Creativity experience.

Moving a big brush full of paint. Letting dark go deep. Allowing the light to shine through the cracks. Declaring space for worlds to emerge.

I didn’t know this kind of visceral deep satisfaction in my whole body before I became an artist. Nothing I’ve ever done comes close to this. I know ecstasy from dancing and sex, yet this is different. It’s so new and unknown that I lack the right words... It’s transformative while simple. Astounding and natural.

~ Sylvia Becker-Hill: ARTIFACT painting in process

“Intentional Creativity played a huge role in my healing from cancer. It allowed me to quickly arise out of a dark place with diagnosis, into a positive-minded healing place within myself. The process opened my mind and spirit to the messages of truth to come through, thus healing my body. My oncologist had no answer for my pathology reports to be so so much lower than when initially diagnosed. I am cancer-free and intend to stay that way.” ~ K. McLane

“Shiloh McCloud is an exquisite artist, a great teacher, and a healer. In four hours she was able to heal 40 years of emotional wounding that kept me from painting. Her process is amazing. She draws out the spirit within and guides you in expressing your innermost knowing. Since studying with her I have painted on a regular basis and much to my surprise my work has been exhibited, purchased, understood and enjoyed by others. The time you spend with Shiloh is worth every minute of it. Do yourself a favor and pick up that paintbrush.” ~ Chief Yeye Luisah Teish

"Intentional Creativity has been a game-changer for me! I was blessed to experience physical healing while participating in one of Shiloh Sophia’s retreats. Recently I had been diagnosed with a serious life-threatening intestinal disorder. During my painting process at the retreat, I purposely decided to ‘place’ it into a container I had painted onto my canvas. With each brushstroke, I declared “my illness can live in here now”. I approached this with a playful energy and no expectations. In order to truly believe in what I was doing, I even went off of my medication. My illness and symptoms have never returned and it’s been over a year ago! Such is the potential power of Intentional Creativity." ~ Lisa Adriana

“Intentional Creativity helped me reconnect to and be able to listen to my body. I was completely disconnected from the neck down, believing that my body couldn't keep me safe and my body always failed me. We were in constant conflict with each other and I engaged in behaviors that were unkind and unloving toward her. Intentional Creativity allowed me to access those stories, create dialogue, and form a loving relationship with my body which has impacted my health in a positive way.” ~ Heidi S. Moondancer

Take me to Registration!

About Shiloh Sophia

Shiloh Sophia lives life as a great adventure narrated by the creative fire of her Muse! For the past 25 years, she has dedicated her life to the belief that self-expression is a basic human right and shares her message with tens of thousands around the world through her revolutionary education, focused on art as a pathway to healing and transformation called Intentional Creativity®. She is the Curator and Co-founder of MUSEA: Center for Intentional Creativity®, with locations in Sonoma and around the world. “I believe making art with intention combines the best of healing and recovery through science, embodiment and mindfulness​"​. Most mornings she can be found having tea with her Muse, pouring over quantum physics​ and sacred texts in the Red Thread Cafe with her husband Jonathan.

www.shilohsophia.com


About Jonathan McCloud

MUSEA Co-Founder, Jonathan McCloud is a resident scholar and Chef, who is a poet and artist at heart. He was born in a small West Virginia town and was built for adventure. He spent two tours jumping out of airplanes for the US Air Force and retired from service from injuries. He found himself swept into the glamor and gastronomy of the food world and worked for top chefs around the world serving fine cuisine. He owned several restaurants as well as earned two advanced degrees with honors in business.  

After nearly 30 years of developing his career in hospitality, he changed his life path to take up life as an artist, photographer and poet, as well as working for Burning Man, Couch Surfing and more in the artistic, digital and business startup realms.  

He met Shiloh Sophia in 2012 and the two of them struck up a quantum conversation resulting in a life long partnership and working together in business with Intentional Creativity through various technology platforms. He now brings his savvy to her world as the 'man behind the curtain'. Described by his colleagues as an alchemist, Mr. McCloud co-founded their not-for-profit, the Intentional Creativity Foundation, prepares cuisine for participants around the world with his culinary genius and creates supper clubs for eccentrics.


About Our Guild Support Staff

Moana Whatu is a NZ Maori woman, a descendant of the Te Arawa and Waikato tribes of New Zealands North Island and has been living in Queensland for the last 10 years.  Moana has worked in the social services and counselling fields for many years, including corrections and mental health, and currently manages a team of counselling practitioners.  In this role, she is motivated to have a conscious and authentically intentional workforce by supporting and encouraging female leadership towards conscious and integrated leaders.  Moana has long held a belief that all work she does must somehow contribute to the improvement of a safer world for women and children and all living things and using creativity to help aid this. 

She has a Masters of Social Work, Post Grad Cert Psych Health; Child Adolescent Mental Health, Bi-Cultural and Maori cultural community studies.  Moana graduated the Colour of Woman Intentional Creativity Teacher Training in 2019 and has currently has artwork for display and sale at Guild member Jassy’s Earth Circle Studios.  As an artist, her deep spiritual connection and respect to Papatuakuku (Mother Earth) and the Cosmos through her cultural lens means that she draws inspiration from these and many things, including her experiences in life.  She wants her art to represent her connection, her pride in her Maori heritage and to encapsulate the wider indigenous beauty in visual storytelling.  Story telling and the act of moving with the paint brush can assist with shifting trauma and restricting self-narratives.  She hopes that through sharing her love of art and creativity she will strengthen and support others to feel connected, a sense of belonging and resilience.  Moana embraced her Artist self when she turned 50yrs old through the teachings of Shiloh Sophia and the lineage of Intentional Creativity.  She believes that age is no barrier to embracing who you are.  Her vision is to ambassador the Intentional Creativity wherever the remaining years of her earth years flow.   When Moana is not painting and working, she is connecting with her children and 8 mokopuna (grandchildren) and creative sisters and brothers.  Moana now lives on the Sunshine Coast, in Queensland Australia.


Mary Ann Matthys, M.A. is our Gallery Tender.  I am an Artist, Intentional Creativity Coach, Certified Color of Woman Teacher, Spiritual Director, and Retreat Facilitator who utilizes the creative process as an invitation to deeper communion and connection with the Divine. 

In the core of my being, I am a person who seeks to live into her faith day-by-day, moment-by-moment. I am a creative individual who finds the creative process a wonderful way to consecrate my life to my Sacred Source.


Anasuya Isaacs is a globetrotting Trainer, Coach, Speaker, Entrepreneur, Writer and Painter. She has developed empowerment programs for people to speak the unspeakable, love their broken selves and own their innate power by combining the power of storytelling, empathy and the creative arts/theater to teach the power of Words to manifest your desired outcomes now. She has empowered Women and young people through her programs all across New York City as a Teaching Artist as well as in France, Kenya, Italy, South Africa and Germany. Trained in the Stanislavsky Method of acting in Paris, France, Anasuya co-founded a theater company in Paris with friends to perform classical French theater in the Commedia dell’Arte style. Returning to the States, she continued as an actress in her own plays and as a spoken word artist. As a lover of words, she has edited and been included in several anthologies of poetry and essays.

As an advocate for women’s leadership, Anasuya is also a Certified and Licensed WomanSpeak Circle Leader, facilitating the unleashing of the brilliance of women’s voices as public speakers. 


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