Use interplay to explore your freedom and fill life with possibilities. With flow and ease, find yourself relaxing into a life of creativity and fun, and find magic in every moment.
INTERPLAY is a form of play that uses everyday tools to delve deeper into body wisdom. Cynthia Winton-Henry and Phil Porter formulated this technique of body awareness 25 years ago in Oakland, California. Through movement, stillness, sound, silence and breath, the Interplayer can become more at ease with their body and relax into a happier, embodied and interconnected spirit.
About the facilitator: The programme will be facilitated by Arpita Gaidhane. She has trained with the founders of Interplay in an intensive programme for young millennial leaders, and brings her quest for life, connection, love and madness into her training sessions.
“It has been an honor to mentor Arpita in the InterPlay methods and to resonate to our common commitment to help marginalized aspects of inner and interpersonal life come together in new and empowering ways.”
Cynthia Winton Henry
“I needed a safe space to show myself and see others for who they really are (even non-verbally). I really enjoyed your facilitation style and presence. It’s a very good way to learn to open up.” - Priya Prabhakaran, Participant
WHO CAN ATTEND:
Anyone. Well, anyone above age 6, so that they can participate in semi-directed play. The beauty of Interplay is its ability to connect anyone to themselves and to each other effortlessly. No matter how different you may be from the other – in age, sex, class, religion, geography… your hearts will bring you together.
- Introduction to Interplay and the participating community
Easing into the basic forms
- The eight interplay tools
This programme is a gift culture experience, and contributions will be received after the experience and according to the enjoyment and capacity of the participants. No one will be turned away for lack of funds.
”The Best and most Beautiful things in the world cannot be seen or even touched. They have to be felt with the Heart.” - Hellen Keller