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Thursday, August 10, 2006
Independence day theatre workshop
"Independence day theatre workshop1 comments
On the 15th of August, I'll be conducting a one-day theatre based
for people with limited or no theatrcical experience. The workshop will
1) Awareness of one's physical and emotional space through movement and
2) Imagining through the body- working on physicality and imagination
3) Speaking out- word games and imptomptu scenes.
4) Keep the faith- trust!!
5) Bare the beast- animal exercises
And other fun games/exercises.
For whom? Just about anyone. You could be a student or a professional,
any field, at any level. You may have an active interest in the stage
being a part of it, or you might just be looking for a great lateral
enahance your communication and interpesonal skills, and become a more
effective and imaginative corporate citizen. You will find this
be a fulfilling and enriching experience, whatever your story is.
Where? RMV, near mekhri circle, Bangalore.
What's the dough like? The all important question!! The short answer:
if you're a student (ID) or 1000/- if you're working.
When: Once again, 15th of August, Independence Day.
Whom to speak with: Me, Arka, on 9880966313, or mail to:
firstname.lastname@example.org Regards, A
-In the beginning was the word
No. 9 (Old No. 17),
Ist Main Road,
60th birthday for independent India. What a great significiant day. The American justice Dept. have recently approved the power of yoga and meditation vide a recent judgement in the American court."Man Who Slapped Wife Sentenced to Yoga, It's Anger Management, Says Judge." First there was house arrest. Now there's yoga. A judge ordered a man convicted of slapping his wife to take a yoga class as part of his one-year probation. "It's part of anger management," County Criminal Court at Law Judge Larry Standley said of the ancient Hindu philosophy of exercise and well-being. "For people who are into it, it really calms them down. " Standley, a former prosecutor, said the case of James Lee Cross was unique. Cross, a 53-year-old car salesman from Tomball, explained that his wife was struggling with a substance abuse problem and that he struck her on New Year's Eve during an argument about her drinking. "He was trying to get a hold of her because she has a problem," Standley said after the court hearing. "I thought this would help him realize that he only has control over himself." The sentence came as a surprise to Cross, who was told to enroll in a class and report back to Standley on his progress. "I'm not very familiar with it," Cross said of yoga. "From what I understand, it may help in a couple ways, not only as far as mentally settling, but maybe a little weight loss." Darla Magee, an instructor at Yoga Body Houston in River Oaks, said she would recommend that Cross take a basic yoga class emphasizing breathing and including a variety of postures -- forward bends, back bends and twists. "Yoga can help us to get rid of many emotional issues we might have," she said. "It's a spiritual cleanse." Prosecutor Lincoln Goodwin agreed to a sentence of probation without jail time because Cross had no significant criminal history http://www.chron.com/cs/CDA/ssistory.mpl/metropolitan/2365341.Post a Comment