Connections: Embodied movement, meditation and journaling​

Unapologetic Yoga (Singapore)

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  • Gallery II, Festival House
    15 May 2021

    15 May, Sat 9.30am - 11am
  • $20

    • 1h 30m

      Recommended for 12 years old and above

      Please dress comfortably

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Connections: Embodied movement, meditation and journaling​

Unapologetic Yoga (Singapore)

What does it mean to be connected in these times? How can we explore links both in ourselves and with other people? In Connections, you are invited to an introspective, embodied movement practice that nurtures and develops connections   between body and mind, the multiple facets of the self, and in community. We’ll explore embodiment as we work with yoga asana, meditation and journaling in gentle, mindful ways, as we learning new ways of connectedness and explore the process of consciously listening to the body’s needs, in each specific moment.

This is a journey into the Self. Please wear clothes comfortable to move in, and bring a journal if you have one.  

About the Facilitator

Leanna Emmanuel

Leanna Emmanuel runs Unapologetic Yoga, where she guides mindful yoga and meditation sessions centring the lives of marginalised people. She believes that the healing arts should be accessible to all and conducted with respect and care. 

About Healing Arts Sessions

Healing arts are creative practices that promote healing, wellness, and growth. The Festival House will be offering a series of artist-led workshops that cultivate mindful practices, creating pathways for participants to re-connect with their body and self as a form of care.


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