Sunday, June 10, 2012

Yurts & Woofing

Blog post by Tina Winterlik © 2012!/zipolita @zipolita Google+

I have to tell you I am so psyched...I spoke with the family we are woofing with today and WOW! it's going to be great. The woman whom I spoke with has ordered a Yurt and is just waiting for it to arrive. PLEASE, may I ask you to take a second, and lets say a collective prayer together to bring the Yurt to it's new home...and we the lucky souls get to be the first to live it it. Isn't that the coolest.

Not only that this lady is an Art Therapist. I am just so happy it's all coming together and how it's coming together is so special and magical and spiritual...

Anyways I want to share with you what I have found on Yurts. It's changed my view of them and opened my mind and I am just so appreciative of people who have traveled and shared their knowledge and developed and adapted their ideas and materials to function in different environments.

Original Description: Full-length profile portrait of Turkman woman, standing on a carpet at the entrance to a yurt, dressed in traditional clothing and jewelry. Sergei Mikhailovich Prokudin-Gorskii, digital rendering for the Library of Congress by Walter Frankhauser / WalterStudio

For a long time now I have been a huge fan of cob houses but these Yurts are super cool also. Check it out!

 I love what it says on this site...

Yurts. Don’t Box Yourself In!

Create the space you long for: luxurious, simple or somewhere in between

With its circular design and spacious interior, the yurt encourages both social activity and quiet contemplation. With a few friends, you can set up a yurt up in a day or two. Wire it, heat it and plumb it just like a traditional home. Or go off-the-grid and live sustainably in a yurt. Create big family meals in the kitchen. Add a bathroom or a luxurious spa. Based on the traditional Mongolian yurt, also known as a ger, our high-quality, affordable, durable, Colorado Yurt could be just what you’re looking for!

OMG...isn't this the way it's meant to be...I love this off the grid.

Well let's pray the Yurt arrives from it's destination soon and we get to experience this we go woofing.

What's woofing.. Check it out.

Stay's going to be interesting. Cheers. 

Other interesting link
Art Therapy
Because of its dual origins in art and psychotherapy, art therapy definitions vary. It can either focus on dealing with the art-making process as therapeutic in and of itself ("art as therapy"), or on the psychotherapeutic transference process between the therapist and the client who makes art. The therapist interprets the client's symbolic self-expression, as communicated in the art, and elicits interpretations from the client. Read More  Vancouver Art Therapy Institute The B.C. School of Art Therapy The Kutenai Art Therapy Institute   Art Therapy   Inspiring others to create.

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