Zentangle, my students, and me (oh, my!) on CBC Windsor

Several weeks ago I was contacted by a producer at CBC Windsor, who inquired whether I’d be interested in talking to them about Zentangle and how it can be helpful in managing stress during the busy holiday season. Thrilled, and without a second thought (the nervousness about being on camera kicked in later!) I said yes, of course, absolutely – and the plans were set in motion.

A week or so later I, along with two of my students, met up with reporter Stacey Janzer at Deb’s Diner (the venue where I hold my public classes) to share a bit about Zentangle and how the practice helps us relax and unwind.

CBC Windsor article – Stressed out by the holidays? Try Zentangle
(Photo credit Stacey Janzer/CBC)

My first notice that the piece had aired came from a fellow CZT in the region, who sent me an e-mail to let me know that she’d heard me on the radio that morning. Shortly after that I heard from Stacey letting me know that the piece would also be on the internet and television news later in the day.

And so it was! Thank you so much to CBC Windsor for helping to get the word out to the Windsor-Essex community about Zentangle and its benefits.

If you’d like to read the article and/or watch the feature, please check out the following links:

→ Article: Stressed out by the holidays? Try Zentangle

→ Video: CBC Windsor News December 28, 2016 (our story begins around the 10:08 mark)

If you’re in the Windsor-Essex area and interested in learning more, please visit my Zentangle Classes page for a list of current events and other pertinent details. I’m looking forward to introducing the Zentangle Method to many new students in the coming days!

Written by Laurel Regan, CZT

Certified Zentangle Teacher. Writer, reader, tangler, iPhoneographer, cat herder, learner of French and Italian, crocheter, needle felter, on-and-off politics junkie, 80s music trivia freak, ongoing work in progress.

Laurel Regan, CZT -Certified Zentangle Teacher

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