This workshop will stimulate and refresh your playful side and support you to connect with nature in a profound and tender way!
About this Event
Remember that feeling as a child of playing in the garden? Remember going around with your friends and entering an imaginary world or just doing the next thing that happened? This one-day workshop is for people who want to rediscover the freedom and joy of play and for those who maybe never really had that opportunity. In a beautiful setting in nature, you will be given stimuli and gentle provocations that will put you in touch with the spontaneity and delight that, as adults, many have lost touch with.
This workshop will stimulate and refresh your playful side and support you to connect deeply with yourself, other people and nature. In an atmosphere of safety, trust and support you will have the opportunity to bring your body, senses and imagination alive, engaging in simple, powerful experiences that you cannot get wrong and that will give you a sense of joy, lightness and connection.
Be prepared to move, to make stuff up, to go out into nature with curiosity and wonder and to come away from the day having had experiences that will instil a new energy of creativity into your heart, mind, body and life.
The workshop will take place at a beautiful venue in Burringbar. There is a wonderful indoor space, as well as forests, fields and a pristine creek to play in. A vegetarian lunch, as well as morning and afternoon teas will be provided.
DATE: SATURDAY 17th APRIL 9.30am-5pm COST: $180 (inclusive of food)
Adrian has over thirty years of experience as an actor, director, writer and musician and as a trainer in the field of acting, voice, presentation/communication skills and personal-development. He currently works as a Hoffman Process facilitator, a personal development coach, sings with infamous fake Russian choir, Dustyesky and runs theatre courses in the community.
Philippa has a background in theatre and for many years toured the world with travelling theatre companies before settling down to run community theatre courses, train as a counsellor and care for her family. Since coming to Australia 9 years ago she has worked with Public Act Theatre company at the Byron Theatre, taught at The Actors Workshop, Brisbane, Byron Bay Film and TV School, The Warehouse Studio, Gold Coast and several local schools as well as running her own theatre courses.