Once you become a graduate of one of the four Intentional Creativity Certification programs you will be eligible for inclusion in our Intentional Creativity Educator Directory. This directory allows people to find Intentional Creativity experts, like you, in their area. In addition, you will receive a certification graphic to add to your offers, materials, and website showing your credentials as an Intentional Creativity Teacher, Guide, Coach, and/or Practitioner. To honor your completion we will announce YOU to our greater community of Intentional Creativity so we may celebrate you and your work!
This page contains shares from graduates of MUSEA's other three certification training programs. We hope this will provide you with an idea of the types of experiences others had while training to be an Intentional Creativity educator.
Color of Woman is the Intentional Creativity® Teacher Certification Training designed to be a Quest to the Heart of your Soul Work. The training curriculum is rooted in the exploration of personal archetypes that move through terrains of hidden worlds to discover your content. Your content is that which you are here to cause and create. What is yours to do in this lifetime? Once you practice Intentional Creativity, you will see the link between this approach to creating, and your own life work.
The Red Thread Training is an Intentional Creativity approach to guiding circles founded on the teachings from Shiloh Sophia's book and manual, The Way of the Red Thread about curating a culture of connection designed to empower women to become leaders and circle facilitators.
MOTHERBOARD: Intentional Creativity® Coach Certification is an evolutionary approach to working with others individually or in groups, designed to empower you to efficiently and effectively catalyze your client’s process and enhance their results. They become accountable for their own results, awakening insight, intuition, and inspiration. This class promised to empower you to help in truly astonishing and revolutionary ways. Imagination is the key to freedom of self-expression!