|4th International Winter School of Art and Consciousness Studies: Join us for a 5-day retreat including Russian & Indian Expressive Arts! Tracing back to the roots and ancestors of both rich cultures, we will explore the divine feminine and our relationship to our own bodies and the earth. The journey will include visual art rituals such as kolam (earth drawings), Russian circle dance, mehndi (henna), doll making and more. We will also guide you in a traditional female initiation to connect to the important stages of growth in your own lines of life.
Accommodation in a cozy guesthouse called Indigo, just five minutes from the ocean in Varkala, Kerala. The guesthouse includes double rooms with king size bed, AC, toilet, shower and mosquito nets, and breakfast is included (two per room). Meals except breakfast are excluded, but there are many cafes and restaurants in the vicinity. Follow for more photos and updates on event page. The price does not include air ticket, airport transfer and visa. Cost: Only $400 when paid before October 30th!
Registration in India with Krupa: firstname.lastname@example.org (or reply here).
Varvara V. Sidorova– PhD, REAT, head of The Program of post graduate studies by Moscow University of Psychology and Pedagogy, arts and expressive arts practitioner with 20 years experience, director of center of arts therapy “ArtDom” (Moscow), first president of Russian Expressive Arts Therapy Association, artist.
Krupa Jhaveri, MPS, TIEAT-C, PhD candidate – international art therapist, art director, artist and founder of Sankalpa: Art Journeys based in Auroville, south India. Born in the US and of Indian ethnic origin, she is a living bridge between cultures through art. Krupa is a TEDx speaker and PhD candidate in Expressive Arts Therapy (EGS, Switzerland).