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SummerPlay with Trish Watts

SummerPlay with Trish Watts

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  • Fri 2 Feb ’18, 9:30am – 4:30pm
  • Sat 3 Feb ’18, 9:30am – 4:30pm
  • Sun 4 Feb ’18, 10:00am – 4:30pm


The Addington Haven, 19 Church Square, Addington, Christchurch


All Ages

Ticket Information:

  • Regular - three days: $280.00
  • Regular - two days: $200.00
  • Concession - three days: $250.00
  • Concession - two days: $180.00

Experience InterPlay in this wonderful, immersive experience of fun, affirmation and discovery! Our facilitator is Trish Watts, co-founder of InterPlay Australia and Voice Movement Therapy Oceania. InterPlay is a creative play practice that expands our expressive repertoire and develops confidence, artistry and self-knowledge. Laughter and lightness mingle with moments of deep insight and connection. By gently leading us through forms of movement, voice, story and reflection, InterPlay honours each player’s personal ‘body wisdom’ and unique pathway towards creativity. On day one, we will explore the guiding principles of InterPlay as a ‘Life Practice’. Over the weekend we’ll luxuriate in all aspects of embodied play, with extra focus on day three on voice, rhythm and song.

Co-founder of InterPlay Australia and an international IP leader, Trish Watts is a gifted singer, songwriter, teacher, voice therapist, and community choir director. Her teaching has taken her to the UK, Europe, the US, India, South Africa, NZ and Cambodia, where she started the NGO, ‘Cambodia Sings’.

For info about Trish, go to VMT Oceania and Cambodia Sings website.

For info about InterPlay, go to InterPlay Australia website.
For NZ info, go to: Facebook InterPlay New Zealand.

To register for Summerplay 2018, call 03 314 3406, email belindameares@live.com.au or go to Belinda Meares website.

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