Start Your Practice
Build a regular practice of Doodle & Flow that lets you explore your ideas, thoughts, emotions within a creatively curious community.
"I always enjoy learning new techniques and challenging myself to create. Doodle & Flow taught me how much I enjoy drawing on a daily basis and ways to incorporate being creative into my daily practice."
Debby S. - College Professor
Doodle & Flow: doodle, think, reflect, repeat.
Warm up Exercises
Move your markers with these fun exercises tailored to each session of Doodle & Flow.
Eight weeks of Lessons
Learn about the philosophy, art, and science behind Doodle & Flow and see how it can shape your world.
Experience how Doodle & Flow focuses your attention, relaxes your mind, and taps your intuition.
Start Your Practice Course Outline
You can complete the course over 8 weeks - doing a warmup and a lesson every few days, so you have plenty of time to practice and reflect on the process - or during an 8-day mini retreat or over a contemplation-filled weekend. Each lesson has 10-20 minutes of video time and 15-45 minutes of DoodleTime.
Lesson 1: Welcome
Jump in and get your feet wet! Then learn about the Doodle & Flow process, my background, what you'll need, and the course progression.
Lesson 2: What is this?
This lesson shares the history of Doodle & Flow as well as what the three skills (writing, doodling, coloring) look like in practice.
Lesson 3: Insight, not art.
The value of Doodle & Flow isn't what you create, but the flow state that you experience while you do it. Learn how to stay in the flow.
Lesson 4: Why do this?
Experience the sensation of speeding up and slowing down your mind as you practice using the three tools in this guided practice.
Lesson 5: Mind & Body
Doodle & Flow seems to speak to your whole brain - right, left, conscious, unconscious - and this lesson explores why that might happen.
Lesson 6: Why do this?
Walk through the three skills of Doodle & Flow - writing, doodling, coloring - and see how you can use them in your personal practice.
Lesson 7: Your Practice
This lesson gives an overview of how you may want to structure your practice: what do you want? what is your mindset? where are you going?
Lesson 8: Tools for Life
Hear how to guide your own personal practice of inquiry and see examples of tools that I use with clients and students.