Monday, August 3, 2009

Nepal, April 2010

"There is no delight in owning anything unshared"
Seneca - Roman Philosopher

In April 2010 four of us will be heading off to Kathmandu, Nepal.  This exciting journey will take Dynamic Theatre to Ghar Sita Mutu, a home for abandoned children, where it is our intention to offer assistance to the women, children and staff.  We will also be offering workshops to other homes, schools and aid organisations. Included in our workshops will be a combination of Dynamic Theatre, sound healing structural realignment, touch therapies and confidence building.

The Dynamic Heart Project Nepal Team:

  1. Mark Wentworth - Founder of Dynamic Theatre/Structural Theatre
  2. Filipe De Moura - Co-Founder of Dynamic Theatre /Tenor/Painter
  3. Katarina Bhoopal - Therapist/Far East Dynamic Theatre Co-ordinator
  4. Aarti Shah - McTimoney Chiropractor/Co-Founder Structural Theatre 
The Dynamic Heart Project is entirely voluntary and on a charity basis, whereby we are in the process of setting up fundraising events from concerts in London, to giving a percentage from our individual sessions and workshops as well as asking individuals and organisations for donations and sponsorship.

Filipe is not only a professional Tenor but also a very gifted painter. He has just completed a commission for Aarti and Mehul (Aarti's husband) to celebrate their 15th wedding anniversary.  This painting is a combination of Aarti and Mehul's name colours (see
for more information) inspired by Shamanic art and created into a "unique" masterpiece.  A percentage of each commission will go towards The Dynamic Heart Project.

We have eight months to raise funds to cover our expenses and make a substantial donation to Ghar Sita Mutu. If you are able to raise funds on our behalf through coffee mornings, sponsored walks, car boot sales etc, it will be greatly appreciated.

For commissions of art, fundraising events, organisations and individual donations please contact:

"The smallest good deed is worth a thousand grand intentions"


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