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Mindful Origami: May (In-Person)

Rie Kojima Angeli

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Be both creative and mindful as we create something beautiful from origami paper. Origami technique requires precise attention and patience, but as we repeat the same folds over and over again, the process becomes easier, less stressful, and even soothing. Each session will present an opportunity to fold something fun and different.

This program is being offered IN-PERSON only. Participants are encourage to wear a mask at all times, and to practice social distancing. Students are required to complete and sign a liability waiver form in order to participate, which will be distributed via email prior to the program, and available in paper upon arrival at the center.

This class will not be recorded.

All times are CDT. Please contact with any questions.

Please register early. Programs with four or fewer participants are subject to cancellation, 48 hours prior to their start.

About the instructor

Rie Kojima Angeli

Rie Kojima Angeli, LPC-Intern at the Center for Creative Resources, grew up in Japan where she learned and played with origami. As a therapist, she introduced origami to her clients in art therapy and was impressed by how it seemed to bring them into a state of mindfulness. Rie is passionate about integrating origami into the healing process.

General details

Date & time


Saturday, May 28
1:30 - 3pm CT

1.5 h

Number of sessions




$18.00 USD


$23.00 USD


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For more than sixty years, The Jung Center has served as a nonprofit forum for dynamic conversations on a diverse range of psychological, artistic, and spiritual topics. Our mission is to support the development of greater self-awareness, creative expression, and psychological insight—individually, in relationships, and within the community. The Jung Center provides pathways to find deeper meaning in everyday life.

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