Self Practice is both a community and research platform, exploring the intersect of well-being, art and design; which firmly believes that the most important relationship we have in our lives is that with ourselves.
When we are able to connect with ourselves, understand our patterns, behaviours, preferences and needs - we can use these reflections and take actionable steps towards more aligned personal, professional and creative practices.
Founded by Lauren Trend, Self Practice is a multidisciplinary hub offering you both online and offline space to know yourself better. Through our events, workshops, interviews and articles and you will find tips, tools, references and resources that strive to gently remind you to part take in compassionate and continued self-practice.
A note from founder of Self Practice, Lauren Trend.
With an academic background in design an obsession with integrated well-being, Self Practice is the aggregation of all that interests me - professionally, creatively, personally and politically. At its core, Self Practice is the acknowledgment and exploration of the total self.
As cathartic as fostering this space is for my own person and practice - since its inception, Self Practice has been a widely used resource, and a platform to give voice to many artists and creatives’ varied definitions and explorations of well-being.
And so, addressed here within our research, workshops, events, and platform at large is the inquiry of the total self: emotional, physical, creative, intellectual, political & spiritual.
Tools, resources and references are shared here, with the intention of encouraging self reflection and inspired action.
I believe and will always work to ensure that self-practice is for Every Body.