Mumbai is a city known for it’s unique offerings to the people residing in the city and the tourists too. Now, it’s not just meant for budding actors who want to showcase their talent in the film industry, but for every aspiring person who wants to make a name for himself. The city provides ample opportunities and the vibe itself feels like a breath of fresh air making an indelible mark on the personality of the person. You will find every kind of person, and Mumbaikars genuinely are the most accepting lot of Indians you will ever meet. It is full of surprises, plays & theatricals, movie shoots and also a lot of art events happening around the city to make it lively. We have two big art workshops in mumbai this weekend and we strongly suggest you to attend and take an experience of a lifetime-
· Yogance Workshop at Ensemble Dance Studios- With the rise of unconventional workouts and the prominence of Yoga as a major form of exercise, Yoga Dance is the new thing that people are going mad behind. It is about moving from one posture to another, rhythmically, with correct breathing. The practice of Yoga brings about stability, poise and balance in body, mind, and spirit. This Yogance workshop will emphasize on a lot of things, which include correct breathing techniques and posture, building know-how. Working on the core as all the energy is stored in the Solar Plexus. Activating the energy centers helps in getting rid of toxins and unwanted inches on the upper amd lower abs and of course, the love handles and helps in overall fitness and wellness.
Venue: Bhaktivedanta Swami Mission School, Shastri Nagar, Andheri West, Mumbai
Date- 25- 26th March, 2017
· A Mandala Art Workshop By Bombay Drawing Room- Mandala is a spiritual and ritual symbol representing the universe. Many people and cultures have vouched for the mandalas' intrinsic meaning. Buddhists, Tibetans, and Hindus have all derived meaning from the mandala and its captivating beauty. Bombay Drawing Room invites you to its Mandala Art Workshop which is open for all ages- beginners, amateurs and professionals of all kinds. No prior experience in drawing or painting is needed and you can take home an experience like never before. You will be provided with all the materials required and the guidance needed to paint your mandalas on canvas with acrylic paints. You will be painting numerous small canvases with detailed dotted mandalas.
Venue: Somaiya Centre for Lifelong Learning,Kala Ghoda, Fort, Mumbai
Date- 26th March, 2017
Written By: Archit Chawla | Post Date: 22 March 2017