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Maybe art can heal you

By: - 05/15/2019

ARE you broken? Maybe art can heal you.

Isang Art & Healing Festival ang isasagawa sa Y Space sa Yuchengco Museum mula sa May 24 hanggang June 23.

Entitled Y Now? Art & Healing Festival (in a Time of Critical Disruption), the festival’s direction is to bring discussion of contemporary spirituality and consciousness right next to the expressive arts of our culture.

Hindi lang bukas sa publiko ang programa kundi para rin sa mga kumpanya na nais magkaroon ng work-life balance sa kanilang mga employees at para magkaroon ng art appreciation ang mga ito.

There are talks that include art and spirituality seen through the visual arts, Filipino spirituality seen through cultural icon, architectural talks that teach how to create peaceful sacred spaces, and Photography talks that allow for mindfulness to happen.

Mayroon ding workshop para maintindihan ng isang tao ang kanyang sarili at kung papaano makasasabay sa mabilis na galaw ng buhay.

May isasagawa ring special multi-arts therapy workshop para sa mga bata at kabataan.

Healing circles also include alternative therapies with sound, movement, yoga and meditation; other talks focus on transpersonal topics. There are special talks to introduce Ayurveda, grief and healing, and centering ways.

Merong ding one-on-one session therapies gaya ng tradisyonal na hilot, acupuncture, reiki, pulse reading for health at iba pang energy medicine modalities.

Ang Yspace ay nasa ground floor ng Yuchengco Museum, RCBC Plaza, Buendia corner Ayala Avenues, Makati City.

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