Meet Your Facilitators:

Dorothy Verbick & Jennifer MacIsaac



We believe that all humans are innately creative beings. As such we derive energy, joy, and peace from the creative process. Therefore, it is our birthright as humans to create. It is also our belief that this innate creativity is a powerful link to mindfulness. For our purposes, we define mindfulness as paying attention to the present moment, on purpose, and without judgement. Above all Creating Mindfulness strives to be accessible to all skill levels. So, even if you feel you can’t meditate, or that you are not creative, then Creating Mindfulness is still for you. WE WANT YOU!

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Creating Mindfulness takes a gentle approach to help you merge your innate creativity with a practice in mindfulness. We teach mindfulness techniques through creative exploration and play.  Specifically, we use gentle techniques such as guided meditations, journal prompts, and creative play to help make both creativity and mindfulness accessible to all skill levels. In addition, we maintain a judgement free and encouraging space for your personal practice to unfold.

Dorothy Verbick

Dorothy is in her 11th year teaching, and is currently an art teacher at Gibbs Middle School. She earned her Bachelor’s in Fine Arts and a Masters in art education from The University of Tennessee. Dorothy has been practicing meditation for 13 years, and she has come to believe that art and meditation truly can heal. Dorothy started to develop mindfulness art classes with her middle school students, and she has been facilitating group meditations for the past 5 years. Dorothy is working towards a meditation teachers certificate. She is excited to be able to share these beautiful techniques with others. She is excited to help people learn to fully connect with their true self through the unique framework we have developed with Creating Mindfulness.

  Jennifer MacIsaac

Jennifer has a Bachelor’s degree in design  (TXMD) from MTSU, with minors in art and human sciences. Her passion lies with helping people to discover their own inner creativity. She has spent the past several years teaching art to both children and adults in various capacities. Jennifer believes that creative practices combined with mindfulness offer powerful tools for individual healing and growth. She has been studying, through the Transformation Academy, to learn how to utilize coaching strategies combined with our unique framework from Creating Mindfulness to help people connect more fully with their authentic self and achieve their personal goals for growth.