Singapore Mental Health Film Festival 2019 | WORKSHOP: Primal: Breath
Primal: Breath by Sharda Harrison — Pink Gajah Theatre
In this one hour workshop, we will focus on your breath, mind and body connection.
We will explore the interconnections of breath and movement, and how it brings our minds and bodies back into the present moment.
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About Pink Gajah Theatre
Our theatre focuses on the unconventional. Hence our name - Pink Gajah - a play on the white elephant in the room. We enjoy putting up subjects on stage which are not often thought about by mass society.
Pink Gajah believes in the potency of theatre-making. At the theatre, people gather, stop, and soak in a show. For an hour or two, the audience is suspended in time as they bear witness to a performance. They may take home messages or lessons that change their lives forever, or maybe they wouldn't. Either way, theatre is cathartic, healing and meditative.
At Pink Gajah, we hope to trigger thought and emotion in our audiences in order for them to think about deep issues and subjects.
A Pink Gajah work is always questioning, always questing. We are on a journey to examine the deeper emotional and intellectual issues insociety, and tell stories that move humanity at its core. The heart of our work is the social structure of a human being: the way we interact with society and the environment. Our priority is not to entertain you. Our priority is to resonate.
About Sharda Harrison
Sharda runs her own theatre and education company, Pink Gajah Theatre which she founded in 2013. She has been nominated numerous times as best supporting actress at the life! Theatre awards and is part of the winning ensemble of Wild Rice’s ‘Hotel’.
SINGAPORE MENTAL HEALTH FILM FESTIVAL
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TICKETING (WORKSHOPS ONLY)
- A fully refundable fee of $5 is charged for each workshop reservation.
- Upon arrival at the workshop, present the e-ticket to our friendly SMHFF staff. The refund will be processed electronically via Peatix
- In the event of a no-show, the ticket will be forfeited and not refundable.
- Registration closes 11:55pm on 17 February, 2019. Any cancellations must be made before this cut-off date and time.
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SMHFF is committed to providing an open and safe space where we welcome people of all genders, sexualities, orientations, and expressions to participate in empowering, non-judgemental and non-threatening discussions. This also means that we commit to respecting the privacy of others by maintaining confidentiality and allowing others to speak for themselves.
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The contents of the Singapore Mental Health Film Festival (“SMHFF”), such as film, panel discussions, workshops, and other material from the festival (“content”) are for informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your mental health professional or other qualified health provider with any questions you may have regarding your condition. Never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have seen, heard or read, during the festival.
SMHFF does not recommend or endorse any clinicians, counselors, psychiatrists, social workers, physicians, products, procedures, opinions, or other information that may be mentioned during the festival.
All purchased film tickets cannot be cancelled or refunded under any circumstances.
SMHFF reserves the right to verify the age of and deny any patron who does not meet the minimum qualifying age based on the relevant rating of that film. No refunds for purchased tickets will be made in such cases.
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SMHFF is crafted by The Breathe Movement – a social enterprise that utilises the philosophies of yoga to enable individuals to reconnect to themselves.
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Sat Feb 23, 2019
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM SGT
12:30 PM - 1:30 PM SGT
- Zarch Collaboratives Gallery Space (access via The Projector - 5th floor)
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- Venue Address
- 6001 Beach Road, #05-00, Golden Mile Tower Singapore
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