Dear Ladies of Kolkata,
Join us this Sunday, March 8th, on the occasion of International Women’s Day 2020, for a unique workshop that focuses on both outer and inner well-being, with theatre and Kalarippayattu exponent Arka Mukhopadhyay.
Based on Kalarippayattu, the world’s oldest martial art form, the session also includes elements of yoga, free-form movement, breath and voice work and mindfulness meditation.
• Strength, stamina and flexibility
• Heightened mental awareness, focus and attention
• Emotional wellness
• Spontaneity and Creativity
• Mindful calm
Only 8 places.
Date & Time : March 8, 202 , 3 pm to 5 pm
Place ; Calcuuta Stories Cafe, Keyatal Road, Southern Avenue, Kolkata
Phone /whasapp : +91 8697919308
About Arka Mukhopadhyay
Arka Mukhopadhyay has been practicing theatre since 2003, Kalarippayattu since 2008, and Yoga since
2015. His performances have taken him all across India and also to Singapore and several places in Europe.
From 2006 onwards, he has worked with hundreds of children, young, adults, youth and educators, in schools, NGOs and open workshops, all across the country and also abroad. His work draws from forms such as Kootiyattom, Yakhshagana, contemporary movement, Capoeira and many other forms.
He believes that the purpose of theatre and all art is to awaken ourselves to the limitless possibilities we carry within ourselves.