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Sat, 28 Nov



Where The Wild Things Are

“And the walls became the world all around.”

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Where The Wild Things Are
Where The Wild Things Are

Time & Location

28 Nov 2020, 10:00 GMT


About the event

“There should be a place where only the things you want to happen, happen." - Where The Wild Things Are

Our bodies hold the key to our truest and most authentic selves. 

Join Philippe Bosher of Drama Lab and Molly Chinner (@thesunshine_yogini) for a two hour exploration into embodied movement and rewilding. 

The intention of this work is for you to come back to a deep and loving kinship with your body so that you may live from a place of wild instinct and authenticity. We will move, dance, play, breathe, roar, scream with wildness to come back to this place of deep truth - ourselves. 

Living every moment truthfully and authentically can bring us back to a childlike sense of curiosity that helps us cultivate a sense of exploration, without the walls of the ego. Using somatic, yogic, theatric and ancient embodiment practices you will be guided to tap into your body's natural impulses, desires, urges and creativity to step into your full, wild and empowered self. 

We are being faced with an energetic and global turning inwards. This is a fantastic opportunity to tune in, get curious and reflect on the subtle language of the body. 

All you need to take part in this workshop is a body and the capacity to breathe. Come as you are. All bodies welcome. 

About your facilitators: 

Molly is a 300RYT, passionate about helping people step into their bodies and reconnect with their minds. With a deep love for curating and holding sacred spaces within a fast and contemporary world, Molly's mission is to uplift, empower and sprinkle her sunshiney love of Yoga into the world. 

With training and leadership in classical Hatha Yoga, Mandala Vinyasa, Voice, Rocket Pranayama, Meditation, Mindfulness and Somatic Embodiment, Molly's approach to facilitating movement is fluid, compassionate and soulful. There is always music, always laughter and always bliss. 

Philippe is a specialist actor trainer, sharing techniques designed to connect humans on the most truthful level. Having just graduated from the prestigious Actor Training & Coaching MA at The Royal Central School of Speech & Drama, Philippe is driven to bringing joyful and caring education to all corners of the world. Specialising in techniques championed by Sanford Meisner and Konstantin Stanislavski to maximise student freedom and expression. 

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