Wellness

The Getaway House

The Getaway House

I recently had the opportunity to escape for a few days to the Getaway House in the Catskills (NY). I was invited as one of their Artist Fellows to stay for 2 nights in their “Frieda” tiny home. The Getaway House is also pup friendly, so my pups and I drove up for the much needed escape. Here are three things I learned on my Getaway house adventure!

Mindful Maker Interview: Rebecca Mezoff

Mindful Maker Interview: Rebecca Mezoff

Rebecca Mezoff is a Tapestry Artist who has an extensive background as an Occupational Therapist. In this interview, Rebecca discusses her work and provides us with advice for maintaining a healthy studio practice.

Making a Profit is Part of Your Wellbeing

Making a Profit is Part of Your Wellbeing

I started Wellness for Makers way before I was ready and before I knew exactly what it was going to be. I did everything without getting a business degree and, just like many other business owners, I made plenty of mistakes along the way. I wasn’t confident in my prices and, as a result, I priced all of my services way too low in fear of losing a gig.

See you at NCECA

See you at NCECA

I am excited to share that Wellness for Makers and Reset will be at this year’s NCECA conference in Pittsburgh, PA! In case you didn’t know, NCECA, the National Council on Education for the Ceramic Arts, is an awesome conference for ceramic artists. It is a great opportunity to attend amazing lectures, exhibitions, and workshops, and have a great time networking. Come meet us at booth # 429 in the vendor room!

Energize your Mind, Body, and Spirit with Massage

Energize your Mind, Body, and Spirit with Massage

Let’s talk about our muscles and the benefits of massage! As many of you know, I am an artist as well as a Licensed Massage Therapist and I strive to make massage techniques more accessible to makers everywhere. It is beneficial to incorporate massage into your daily routine, and you can do it without leaving the comfort of your own studio.

Interview with O+ Festival

Interview with O+ Festival

The demands of being a professional artist can take a toll, and without their health, a maker can lose their livelihood. O+ is an organization that helps artists and musicians gain access to health care. They host annual one-day and weekend-long celebrations, called O+ Festivals, during which underinsured artists and musicians create and perform in exchange for a variety of services donated by local doctors, dentists, and complementary care providers.