Movement, music, storytelling – these are our birthright practices, and are simple, powerful ways of re-connecting to our body’s wisdom. The body is supremely wired to heal itself, to process and integrate our many life experiences, we just have to be in the body. Through dancing our dance, telling our stories, and using our voice, we practice being in the body, and allowing our inner wisdom to be our guide.
This one-day workshop comes from InterPlay, a gentle and accessible practice open to anybody and any-body of all abilities. It’s about cultivating more joy, ease, play and connection in our lives. It’s about having more of what we want.
Rehana Tejpar is a mother, dance-theatre artist, facilitator, director and playwright. She is passionate about art as a means to re-think and re-imagine our world. Rehana holds a Masters in Education from the Ontario Institute of Studies in Education and has been designing youth leadership programs and community theatre productions in Canada, Kenya and India for the past 10 years. She is a practitioner of Art of Hosting, InterPlay and Theatre of the Oppressed and is currently building a consultancy, to support collaborative leadership and innovation in organizations. Rehana hosts a Body Wisdom Movement Workshops in Toronto supporting the body to heal itself. Rehana loves to garden and play in the water.