Get Wired 2: Understanding Wellness Through Ginhawa

Published · Monday, June 24, 2019 11:30 AM

The Benilde Arts and Culture Cluster (BACC) of the De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde’s School of Design and Arts in Manila continues to explore new creative modalities for wellness using collaborative workshops and a round table discussion framed in the local context of GINHAWA, a socio-historical concept exploring holistic perspectives on the discourse of healing.

Mental health issues have become more prevalent today and has been stigmatized by our society. This event is all about spreading awareness on mental illnesses and wellness by providing participants their spaces for mental healing. With the bridge between Arts and Science, Get Wired 2 will provide a wholesome and holistic experience for participants that feel the need to destress and relax.

Get Wired 2 will provide collaborative and therapeutic workshops, activities and discussions that will address issues to stress, anxiety, depression, while providing therapeutic solutions.

Activities will include:

“Empowerment Through Sound Healing And Meditation” by V432 Wellness

“How To Shake Off Stress” by Ms. Liana Romulo

“Crystal Sound Bath for Health and Wellness” by Ms. Yeyette San Luis

“Curating The Body Inside Out: A Roundtable Discussions”

“Laughter Therapy” by Mr. Paolo Trinidad

“Movement Connection” by Ms. Christine Crame

and “Dalambuhay Philippine Playback Theater”

The event runs from July 1 to 4, 2019. It will be held in the School of Design and Arts Building at 50 P. Ocampo Sr. Ave., Malate, Manila while the Laughter Therapy by Paolo Trinidad will be held in De La Salle - College of Saint Benilde, Taft Campus at 2544 Taft Ave, Malate, Manila.

All the events are free of admission and are open to outsiders, However, while some events have limited slots, priority will be given to Benildean students, faculty, and associates.

The online attendance sheet may be found here:

This 4-day event is In cooperation with Ginhawa, Magis Creative Space, Mind Works (Center for Mind Health), Benilde Arts Management, and BHive.

For more inquiries, please contact 09278505112 or 09054002921

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