ICreate Anew!

with nature, mindfulness, and creativity

All programs require a registration to reserve your spot and to let us know that you are participating. To register for a program,

  • click on Adult Registrations under Adults.

  • Submit a registration form as well as payment through paypal.

  • If you have any registration/payment questions or difficulties contact us at innerharborwellness@gmail.com 443-801-0841

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 “The activities encouraged a gentle sharing of experience that made our gathering feel like a little community. The movement exercises were a great alternative way to bring attention to experience. My drawings were surprising and revealing for me – though at first I thought nothing would happen when I put pencil to paper.”   

- Vicky P.      Response to Mindfulness class

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Mandala by Joan Pingitore

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Programs for Adults

We are now offering programs in two locations.

The Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N. Charles St. Baltimore, MD 21210


The  Cedarcroft Center at the Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter

6112 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212

January - June 2020

SoulCollage®: Journey through the Elements

Annette Laugel

12:00pm-4:00 pm.

Sept. 15, Nov. 17, 2019, 

Jan. 19, March 15, & May 24, 2020

June 14 Make up/drop in

$55 single class

$225 for 5 classes ($45 per class)

Dining Room, Church of the Redeemer


 SoulCollage® is an intuitive approach of collage-making used for exploring one’s inner world and for encouraging self reflection and awareness. The SoulCollage® approach was created by the late psychotherapist, Seena B. Frost, who inspired a worldwide movement of personal growth within creative communities with this collage medium. The SoulCollage® process combines quiet time and creativity with the gentle sharing of insights about collages within the safe circle of the group. No previous experience is necessary. Materials and light refreshments provided. Feel free to bring your lunch as well as collected images that you might want to use.


The theme of this class series is the Five Elements Theory found in Eastern medicine and philosophy. The qualities and attributes of each element are explained and we explore how they show up in nature. We are all influenced by all five elemental energies but we will look at how we tend to emphasize certain elements over others in living our lives. Each class will focus on the essential qualities of the element associated with each season as follows.


Sept. 15, 2019     The Earth Element is the harvest time of Late Summer

Nov. 17, 2019      The Metal Element is the shortened light of Autumn

Jan. 19, 2020      The Water Element is the flow of Winter

March 15, 2020  The Wood Element is the bursting forth of Spring

May 17, 2020      The Fire Element is the growing warmth and light of Summer

Annette Laugel, LMT, LGPC, became a SoulCollage® facilitator in 2012. She has lived in the Baltimore area since 1977, and has had a private practice in the holistic healing arts for the last 36 years. She graduated with a MS degree in Pastoral Counseling from Loyola University Maryland in 2015. SoulCollage® is one of Annette's favorite mediums for her own personal healing.

Learn to Zentangle®

Julie Allison, CZT

4 Wednesdays, February 19 - March 11, 2020

4:00-6:30 pm

$85 includes all materials

Hale Audtiorium, Church of the Redeemer

“Anything is possible, one stroke at a time.” – Zentangle®


Learn the beautiful art of the Zentangle® Method, a relaxing art form using deliberate, repetitive strokes, forming non-directional patterns to create non-representational art……….with unexpected results!  Repeating patterns in black ink are drawn, combined, improvised, and overlap to create beautiful mesmerizing images. Taught step by step and requiring no previous art experience, the Zentangle® Method offers artistic outlet, relaxation, increased focus, and is uplifting and fun! No art experience is necessary to enjoy this meditative and creative art form. All tools provided.


As an artist and avid tangler, Julie Allison became a CZT (Certified Zentangle® Teacher) earlier in 2015. This amazing art form has inspired her to share the Zentangle® Method with others. From problem solving, stress relief and improving self-esteem to sheer artist enjoyment, Zentangle® offers something to everyone.

For more information about Julie’s work go to http://harmonyinspiredart.com/

“The beauty is in the journey, the art the destination.” - Julie Allison, CZT

Music Explorations: Conscious Listening

Marilyn Clark

Fridays, 10:30-12 pm

March 6 – March 27, 2020

4 sessions; 1.5 hours each - $55 or $15 per class

Cedarcroft Center at the Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter

6112 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212


Listening to classical music with an open intention to "Let the music take you..." can result in a new way of relating to music, or a reminder of how you heard music when you were very young, --before the piano lessons, before pop tunes blared every where--, and in unguarded moments when the pure beauty of harmonious sound reached your deepest feelings. In these morning meetings, we will listen, respond, and share.


Marilyn Clark, a Licensed Clinical Professional Counselor and workshop leader from Baltimore, MD, teaches mandala classes with Susanne Fincher in Decatur, Georgia. She has a private practice in pastoral counseling, hypnotherapy, guided imagery and the Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music. She is a Quaker and finds creative inspiration in music, art, and meditation.


Multi Media Painting

Diana Sanlorenzo

Tuesdays, 9:30-12:00 pm

March 10 – 31, 2020

4 sessions; 2.5 hours each - $85/$10 material fee payable at first class

The  Cedarcroft Center at the Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter

6112 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212


Unleash the artist within and have fun exploring with color, texture, and form. In this class you’ll be able to explore your creativity and use a variety of materials to create one-of-a-kind painted collage pieces. We will use a variety of materials such as acrylic, paint, ink, papers, and much more to create unique expressive pieces. No experience is required. Bring your open mind and artistic curiosity. 


Diana Sanlorenzo Campbell is a mixed media artist from Barcelona, Spain but has lived in Baltimore for many years with her husband and two children. She has made art for as long as she can remember. She studied illustration at the “Escola Massana” in Barcelona and has worked as an artist for many years. Her art is intuitive, colorful and decorative. She gets inspiration from her travels and her daily life. She believes that art is not about perfection but all about expression. 



Pathways to Wholeness

Robin Williams

Thursdays, 6:30-8:00 pm

March 12 – April 16, 2020

6 sessions; 1.5 hours each - $65 includes materials

Cedarcroft Center at the Church of the Nativity and Holy Comforter

6112 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212


We will engage with a number of meditative and artistic practices that guide us back to our natural state of being in wholeness. You’ll have the opportunity to explore and incorporate mindfulness into your daily life along with practices that resonate with you. Practices include breathing techniques, meditation, reflections, guided imagery, journaling, poetry, visualizations, and movement. We will enhance our capacity for self-healing and nurturance in the safety of a small, supportive group. No experience necessary.


Robin Williams directs Inner Harbor Wellness. Her experience as Director of Education at the Baltimore Shambhala Meditation Center, and training with the Center for Mind Body Medicine, The Mindfulness in the Schools Project in the UK, and with Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction form the foundation of her teaching. Her life long experience in the arts includes being an art and dance teacher, choreographer, multimedia artist and collaborator.



Creative Mandalas

Robin Williams

Monday, March 31  6:30-8:00 pm


The Baltimore County Public Library

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This class offers a time for reducing stress with mindfulness, art making and sharing with others. The mandala is a sacred symbol of wholeness and healing used throughout the world as an expressive tool for centering the emotions, mind and body.  This class is about allowing your creativity to arise without judgment or expectation.  Inspire your inner artist with music, poetry, nature, guided imagery, and a variety of art materials. For the curious beginner and experienced explorer.

See above for Instructor Bio.

Introduction to Music Supported Imagery

Marilyn Clark

Saturday, April 4, 1:00-4:00 pm  $45

Consider adding the benefits of Music Supported Imagery to your Wellness Toolkit. This class offers opportunities to learn about meaningful and healing aspects of imagery evoked by carefully selected music. The Bonny Method of Guided Imagery and Music will be introduced, and case examples will be highlighted. Participants will have several short experiences with music supported imagery and will learn ways to introduce these experiences into settings in which they work. Journal exercises and art will be used to further develop and integrate the imagery experiences.


See above for Instructor Bio.