About Karah

A versatile communicator and far sighted problem solver with a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Art and a clinical master’s degree in East Asian Medicine practices and principles.  

Creative Consultation

My gift is to apply whole-brain, holistic thinking to modern technology.  Together we will creatively engage and affirm the foundational principle of peaceful harmony with nature to align your vision and mission.

Using collaborative solutions processes, we create win-win strategies and buy-in for community groups and professional teams.

Karah Pino, Creative Consultation

Whether we are orchestrating professional networking opportunities, strategic planning retreats, implementation plans or collaborative training, I look forward to any solutions oriented project.


In 2009, after completing a Masters in East Asian Medicine, I developed an introductory meditation course for students, graduate students, staff, faculty and the general public at the University of Washington.

Unwind your Mind” is a very basic introduction to the physiology of stress and how meditation can neutralize the impacts of stress on our body, mind and emotions.

Karah Pino, MAcOm and Certified QiGong Instructor

The class includes an introduction and practice of techniques from the four basic branches of meditation: visualization, sound, movement and mindfulness.


As part of my own personal development I continue to make and teach art as a creative solutions process. I am an exhibiting conceptual artist and teaching artist specializing in conceptual art through paper, origami, ephemera, and performance.

My 2013 art installation The Sacred Shadow Self was an opportunity to showcase meditation as an art-form.

Karah Pino, B.A. in Interdisciplinary Visual Art

I have taught Origami: The Art of Mathematics to elementary aged children since 2001 and developed a curriculum of hands-on activities to support Science, Technology, Engineering and Math through the creative arts. I also design content for health, wellness and personal development.

Contact Karah Pino, MAcOM


  1. Hi there, I really like the way you have set up your blog! Very interesting also what you have for kids! Will be following you… am not particularly good at origami but will definitely try it out with my kids 🙂 Jenny

    1. Thanks, Jenny, I’d be interested to hear about what you think of the Get Creative Family Collaboration Kits. I have adapted a consent decision making process into the game.

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