The workshop uses tools from dance, theatre and principles of organizational behaviour to embark upon a unique journey. Through the day, participants will be lead to peek into aspects of themselves through experiencing/witnessing those behaviours in other participants. Candid, gentle and guided feedback will be provided to further analyse and augment these learnings.
The value of using performance tools to "really see" oneself has been adopted in development and spiritual practices world over.
Shoonya's team combines these practices with a playful and exciting methodology where the "other" in the space is seen as a mirror to self.
This is a window to a deep, impactful and transforming journey, one that encourages participants to practise and apply the learnings in their daily life, work and interrelational environments.
The workshop is for participants of all backgrounds, genders and interests. It is only for those who are 18 years and above.
|| Details ||
What: A workshop to understand the self through the 'other'
Date: Sat, 24 Feb
Time: 9:45am - 7:00pm
For: Open to all above the age of 18yrs
Fee: Rs 1,800
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For inquiry contact Anita: 91 9899563800
|| Facilitators ||
Anita Ollapally, with a Ph.D in Organisational Behaviour, researches, develops and facilitates our programmes. She has a wide range of experience in working with teams from a cross-section of organisations, and her areas of interest include team behaviors and diversity in the workplace, among others. Her academic inclinations have led her to publish in national and international journals. Her award-winning case study, published by Ivey Publishing, is also available at Harvard Business Review.
Diya Naidu is an independent artist, who trained at Attakkalari Centre for Movement Arts and Danceworx among other companies. Her choreographic works, residencies (in India and abroad), and collaborations have made her a name to reckon with in the world of contemporary dance. Her interest in pedagogy and cross-disciplinary integration allows her to look at movement as a tool to develop a range of other skill sets. She has worked with corporates both as a trainer and facilitator, as well as an artist creating meaningful entertainment.
|| Shoonya ||
Shoonya- Centre for Art and Somatic Practices is an expansive, multi-arts space founded in 2014. Located in the heart of Bangalore (Lalbagh Road), Shoonya is a world-class facility with two large, airy, light-filled studios. It is our constant endeavour to facilitate ways for individuals to find new depths of engagement with themselves. This is achieved through regular workshops, performances, discussions, film screenings and community events of the highest standards across various genres and topics.
We ensure that everything we do is done mindfully - with a whole lot of love, joy and warmth.
Phone: +91 77608 32226
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