Catch the limited time replay!

Dear Creative Asian Women,

Let’s face it, life has felt like an emotional roller coaster as of late, right?!

The grief, anger, fear, shame, worry, numbness and more stemming from the anti-Asian hate right now (on top of everything else going on) can be overwhelming, especially for sensitive creatives. I admit, this year alone there have been a few times I could’ve easily just hid under the covers all day ( …um, I have taken lots of naps)!

Given that many of us grew up culturally in families that don’t talk about feelings, these strong or difficult emotions can seem messy or taboo. And yet, we need to give space for all that we’re experiencing so that we can take better care of ourselves and each other (we can’t move through these tough times on our own!).

Join me and your fellow creative Asians for a 90-min no-cost workshop Embracing our Emotions.

You’ll have full permission to explore and express whatever you’re feeling to whatever extent you’re comfortable through guided self-reflection, creative practices and small group sharing in a supportive and courageous container. Having a safe enough place where the faces look like yours and the stories deeply resonate can be a balm for your soul.

I look forward to gathering with you in virtual community! Please sign-up below to receive the log-in deets.

Please only register if you identify as an Asian woman. Thanks for respecting our affinity space!

Embracing our Emotions:
Community, Connection and Care for Creative Asian Women

In this no-cost, interactive 90-min. workshop you’ll:

  • Have space to be with the full range of emotions that may be bubbling up right now (the grief, anger, fear, overwhelm, numbness… and, yes, even the joy and gratitude all have permission to co-exist!)
  • Experience simple yet powerful practices to help you feel more inspired and resourced
  • Connect with, be witnessed by, and learn from fellow creative Asian women (no more isolation or feeling like you don’t belong)
  • Feel more empowered to share what’s on your heart and mind or to speak up and go against our “keep our heads down” conditioning
  • Find a place of refuge during these turbulent times
  • And more!

No art experience necessary. Please have your favorite supplies handy.

Please note that I’ll also share a bit about Color Outside the Lines, my upcoming 8-month group coaching program for creative Asian women wanting to live, work, and lead from their most authentic, fully-expressed selves.

Of course I do hope you’re able to join us live so you can connect with your fellow Asian creative women and receive real-time support and inspiration, but in case you can’t make it, a video replay will be available for a limited time (but may be missing some small group exercises).

About Jenn

Jennifer Lee (she/her/hers) is a 4th generation (Yonsei) Japanese/Chinese-American, cisgendered, heterosexual, able-bodied, highly-sensitive/empathic, introverted, female-identifying person in mid-life. She is passionate about coaching and mentoring creative Asian women. She is the founder of Artizen Coaching® and the author of Building Your Business the Right-Brain Way and the bestseller The Right-Brain Business Plan, which has helped tens of thousands of entrepreneurs around the world launch their creative businesses.

After spending 10 years climbing the corporate ladder and getting tired of living her dream “on-the-side,” she took the leap to pursue her passions full-time. Jennifer has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, U.S. News & World Report, Entrepreneur, Whole Living, Family Circle, Cloth Paper Scissors Studios, and Choice magazines, numerous radio shows, and on ABC7 TV and partnered with Levenger to develop the Right-Brain Business Plan® Circa® Notebook.

She received her coaching certification and leadership training through the prestigious Coaches Training Institute. Jennifer is also a certified yoga instructor, a certified Expressive Arts Facilitator, a certified meditation instructor, and holds a B.A. in Communication Studies from UCLA and an M.A. in Communication Management from USC.

She lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her creative, rather left-brain husband, and their sweet husky-lab mix.

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