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Over 200 projects/workshops have been conducted by CMTAI team members and/or CMTAI affiliates (i.e. students, collaborators, etc.) for trainers, facilitators and therapists who work with populations/sectors such as special needs groups, rehabilitation centres, hospitals, educational institutions, corporates, NGOs, etc. We also organize open workshops in Bangalore and Delhi, facilitated by dance, music, drama and visual arts therapists from India and abroad. Some of our past workshops are as follows:

Therapeutic Dance-in-Education

Dates: 30th – 31st March, 2018 
Timing: 10am to 5pm 
Venue: Khula Aasman Trust C/o Sukhshanti Opp. BARC Main Gate, Mankhurd, Mumbai – 400088 
Fee: Rs. 4000 (Inclusive of Lunch and Tea)

Therapeutic Dance-in-Education is the Art of facilitating creative movement experience for children in diverse educational settings.It includes methods and techniques of integrating dance as a cross-curricular activity alongside academic learning in schools. The workshop will focus on how dance promotes creativity and self-expression, enhances social skills and physical-emotional well-being in children apart from exploring how dance can reinforce concepts from academic subjects. 

Integrating Music Therapy and Movement for mental health and children with special needs
The Music Therapy Trust in collaboration with CMTAI
20-21, Jan, 2018

Our workshop on Integrating Music Therapy and Movement for mental health and children with special needs. We learnt how music therapy is used for tackling challenges in verbal expression in special needs children and how music impacts their emotional well being . We also explored how music and rhythm impacts our own body and movement and the role of breath in reintegration of the voice.

Laban Movement Analysis
Tanvi Bajaj
New Delhi, Sept’16

This workshop was conducted by Tanvi Bajaj (Movement Analyst and Psychologist) and focused on techniques of Laban Movement Analysis to enhance the understanding of body, mind and space and the interconnection of the three.

My Body My Wisdom
Tripura Kashyap and Sophie Christopher
Bangalore, July’16

This workshop was conducted by Tripura Kashyap (Movement Therapist, Choreographer & Dance Educator) and Sophie Christopher (Counselor, ICF Life Coach, Group Process Facilitator) and focused on befriending one’s body and reconnecting to its wisdom - an invaluable guide to understanding our psyche better.

Authentic Movement and Voice
Bettina Wenzel
Mumbai, March 2016 & New Delhi, Feb’16

Participants were invited to follow their spontaneous impulses to sound and movement free from any expectation or judgment to deepen and diversify the perception of ourselves and the other.

Trauma, the Body & Use of Dance/Movement Therapy
Katia Verreault
Bangalore, March’16

The workshop was conducted by Katia Verreault (Dance Therapist; Director, A Moving World Foundation, The Netherlands / Nepal). The focus was on the application of Dance/Movement Therapy in the context of trauma and how to support resource building interventions.

Butoh Workshop
Sub-body Butoh School, Dharamshala
Bangalore, Jan’16

The workshop covered basic principles & techniques of Butoh, a form of Japanese dance-theatre. It was a part of the 2016 India Butoh Tour organized by Sub-body Butoh School, Dharamshala.

Starting with the Self
Ritu Shree
New Delhi, Nov’15

This was an Expressive Arts Therapy Workshop conducted by Ritu Shree (Dance and Movement Therapist, Expressive Arts Therapist and Child Psychologist) and focused on finding the starting point of therapeutic interaction by first understanding one’s own self space bringing about creative exploration of our beings, our sense of awareness and our starting points.

Moving Stories
Anshuma Kshetrapal
Bangalore and New Delhi, Sept’15

Moving Stories- Drama and Movement Therapy workshop was conducted by Anshuma Kshetrapal (Drama & Movement Therapist, UK/Delhi ). Theatre, storytelling and movement techniques were used in this experiential workshop to help people express and get in touch with their collective unconscious.