Here's a call-out to all you women out there - entrepreneurs, corporate professionals, managers, women returning to employment, homemakers - anyone keen to journey towards a more empowered and happier life.
In a creative and supportive atmosphere, women are invited to tap into their own creativity and explore their unique gifts using Expressive Arts - movement, painting, drama, writing and composing poetry. This workshop offers a nourishing community space for women to begin the process of reclaiming personal power.
The two-day workshop will help women in:
- being aware of one's authentic self
- understand one's private and public personas: how people see me, how I show myself to others and who I am really?
- explore emotions; what is being repressed/ suppressed, displaced, unacknowledged and criticized
- identify what might be holding one back
- find one's own means to express their needs and wants in a nonconfrontational manner
Note: No arts/movement/theatre experience is necessary to attend the workshop
When : 14th & 15th September 2019
Time : 9AM - 3PM
Where : Our Theatre space, No. 298, 8th A main road, 4th Block, Koramangala
Price : 3300/-
Registration closes on 12th September
About the facilitators:
Dr. Radhika Jain - She is an Expressive and Creative Arts therapist who works with both groups and individuals. A theatre practitioner, actor, director and trainer, Radhika is the co-founder of First Drop Theatre. She is graduate from the Centre for Playback Theatre. She is also trained in multiple formats of interactive theatre-like Theatre of the Oppressed and Shadow theatre. Armed with a Ph.D. from Germany, Radhika combines the precision of science with the creativity of arts.
Aarti Karwayun - An Independent Artist with a Fine Arts Degree and an Expressive Art Therapist, Aarti uses the body, movement, drama and visual arts in a therapeutic space. An artist with a creative mind and a keen eye, she owns space art, a platform where she shares her artwork with the world. After a considerable stint in the corporate world, Aarti now uses her skills as an artist in her journey of self-discovery.