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Rise Up. Let Go. Creative Healing.

The Color Theory Code TM 

Emotional Wellness Workshop Challenge

Tired? Pressured? Anxious? Stressed?

Are you looking for a sisterhood of like-minded individuals? 

Are you looking to feel inspired?

Wanting to be your best version with self love and clarity?

This challenge will transport you back to who you really are! You will learn how to process and express emotions and live life on your own terms. 

Picture how amazing you will feel having:

The mindset hacks to help you destress

The actionable tools to work through anxiety and negative talk

The freedom to make better choices

The empowerment to make better decisions

You will complete the challenge feeling refreshed, relaxed and prepared to start implementing what you learned!

What you will receive:

You will receive an introductory starter welcome kit from me!


Complimentary access to an all exclusive FB Group! 

21 Days full of Creative Mindset Activities and Workshops!



1. What is emotional Wellness Painting? This is a two step process which includes color theory, emotional awareness, decompression of emotions and blending emotions to create a beautiful work of art...just like life is filled with tough and pleasant emotions to create the art of life. 

What you will need:

  • Acrylic Paint (one black, one white, primary colors: RED, BLUE, YELLOW )

  • Floetrol

  • A plastic cup

Transformation Empowerment

1. Setting your intentions or letting hurtful words out on the canvas to release emotions, we will work through acrylic painting paired with a journal activity. Bring your everyday household items in to play (think of forks, bubble wrap, odd shaped items) 

What you will need:​

  • Acrylic Paint  

  • Creative Journal (You can purchase mine from Amazon)


1. Getting stuck emotions out onto paper creating a work of art using watercolor paints.

What you will need:​

  • A hole punch (Optional)


Freedom Catalyst

  1. What is deconstruction art? A late 20th century movement where the theory of “Deconstruction”, is a form of semiotic analysis. It is characterized by fragmentation, an interest in manipulating a structure's surface, skin and non-rectilinear shapes which appear to distort and dislocate.​Objective: Taking emotions, frustrations and learning how to deconstruct them and turning them into a positive reaction, or piece of art.  

What you will need:​

  • Acrylic Paint

  • Stapler

  • Straight blade 

Healing Transformational Challenge A $900 Value

1 low introductory price: $197, a $703 savings!

Can't draw even a stick figure?! No worries, this is a transformational experience, not a technical art course. You don't have to be a van Gogh to learn how to LET GO!

Event Planning? Need party ideas? Contact me to discuss ideas and pricing.


"It was a fantastic experience, from beginning to end.  As someone who is NOT an artist, I was pleased (and amazed!) to see the final product.  In fact, I was completely surprised to see that I had painted it!  Trena did a great job of coaching us, and helping all of us non-artists take our time, be focused and feel confident in our work!  She made us feel sure about our potential, even though we were skeptics at the beginning!  She was extremely patient, and took the time to explain all of the steps very thoroughly.  Trena encouraged us, and gave us just the right amount of instructions and information, without letting us stress out about the final product.  She was great to work with, and I look forward to booking her soon to do a party for my friends.  I would highly recommend her to anyone, regardless of their artistic experience. I’m glad I got her card. I will be contacting her for sure! Thanks for coordinating us, and for the wonderful mentoring experience.  It was an absolute pleasure." Jen in Lawrenceville (Mentoring Group)


"We had a BLAST!" Wanda from Snellville (40's Birthday Celebration)

"It was a great weekend! It was super fun!What a great time!" (Physician Wellness Retreat)