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You are warmly welcome to join us at the Imagination Club on Wednesday, 28 October at 18h45 for an interactive, colourful and experimental workshop on:

Explore the use of colour therapy for health and well-being
By Marcia O'Regan

So how are you feeling today? Do you find yourself tickled pink about something? Green with envy? Feeling blue or just off-colour?

The expression "showing your true colours" is not just a random term. Our colour choice can reveal much about our inner selves. Colours influence the way we think and feel, and more significantly the colours that attract us reveal much about our current health on an emotional, spiritual and physical level.

Colour Therapy dates back to 1500BC and is a subtle non-invasive therapy making use of the healing energy contained within the visible rays of colour. Colour therapy brings balance and harmony to the energy centres (chakras) of the body, promoting good health, on a physical, mental, emotional and spiritual level.

Colour is also a universal language. Whenever you wear colour, you are communicating instantly how you feel about yourself.  Understand the colour meanings so you can monitor yourself and create more harmony and balance in your life by using the colours you need in the right proportion for health, happiness, well being and achieving your individual needs.

Behind every colour is an emotion and a message. The colours you wear communicate a message about you. Indeed, every colour expresses an emotion and a message. When you wear a particular colour you are communicating a particular message to the outer world. You are telling the world instantly how you feel about yourself and the world around you.
Lighten up with an evening on the power of colour. During this colour therapy evening, you will learn about the history and psychology of colour and how you can use colour to:

  • Influence the way you feel.
  • Influence how others respond to you.
  • Get your message across - what to wear when presenting, for an interview or for that first date.
  • Improve the image of your business.
  • Recharge your batteries at the end of the day with a colour.

About Marcia

Marcia O'Regan is a trained colour therapist who has been delivering colour therapy courses and workshops in Ireland & UK for over 5 years. Marcia now offers colour workshops & one on one colour consultations and coaching in Brussels, and would love to share her knowledge on the many benefits and uses of colour therapy. To find out more on colour therapy and her work, visit


Please reply to your invitation e-mail or follow this link to sign up for for this workshop.


When: Wednesday, 28 October 2009
Time:18.45 to 20.30

Institute of Cultural Affairs
Rue Amedee Lynen 8 -
1210 Brussels (St Josse/Sint Joost)
Nearest metro: Madou (5 minute walk)

How much: A donation of €10 to cover expenses including room rental, materials, drinks, snacks, etc.

Maybe Coming
  1. Andy Whittle
  2. Jeffrey Baumgartner
  3. Marcia O' Regan
  4. Kevin Scarlett
  5. Kim Slatterly
  6. Michael Neefs
  7. Laurence Neefs
  8. Mieke van Overbeke
  9. Janet Wishnetsky
  10. Ingrid Kreksch
  11. Fiona McGinnis
  12. Fiona Muir
  13. Mireia Cabero Jounou
  14. Christine Horyslawsky
  15. Agnes Tarnai
  16. Tina Bühler
  17. Annette Monreal
  18. Vicky Knudsen
  19. Hanna Kuikka
  20. Nesrin Tahiroglu *
  21. Susie Jones *
  22. Muriel R.M. Hendrickx *
  23. Krisztina Csizmadia *
  24. Denisa Alexandroaiei *

* indicates registered via Facebook

  1. Brandon Mitchener
  2. Daniela Mitchener
  3. Ishtiaq Hussain *
  4. Mette Wibeck Olsen *
  5. Jerzy Oleksa *
  6. Rupam Amrit *
  7. Andrea Meszaros *
  8. Martyna Halik *
  9. Andrea Meszaros *
  10. Sofian Dwiyana Hidayat *
  11. Agnieszka Suchodolska *

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