SoulKonnection Presents Soul 108

SoulKonnection is an organization that is a celebration of conscious life through various wellness events of Self Transformation and Uplifting Programs. On 8th April 2017, Soul 108 by SoulKonnection is a one day festival in Andheri, Mumbai inviting people to experience a holistic healing experience. It is a one of a kind festival that gives a platform for participants to engage in a wide array of traditional and non-traditional activities including Yoga, Meditation, Dance Movement Therapy, SoulKonnect Self – Healing, Lifecoaching – Secrets of Time Management, Sound Healing and Art Therapy.

Soul 108 is designed for all age group including kids, adults and seniors. There are special Art Therapy and Etiquette classes for children to experience, while their parents can attend workshops simultaneously. Besides this, an array of food stalls will ensure a guilt-free, healthy experience with fresh produce, organic food and drinks. The workshops aimed towards self- exploration and self – discovery will take place through the day while the evening will include live singing and stand – up comedy act.

The event is designed and curated by the Founder of SoulKonnection, the celebrated Life Coach, Amit Bhandari who is an ex-captain of the Merchant Navy. His award-winning methods have helped clients across India and Australia.

For Adults –

Time Hall 1 Hall 2
9 – 11 am Yoga & Meditation SK – Self Healing
11:30 -1:30 am Dance Movement Therapy Secrets of Time Management
1:30 – 2 pm Break Break
2:30 – 40:30 pm Yoga & Meditation SK – Self Healing
5 – 7 pm Dance Movement Therapy Secrets of Time Management

 

For Kids –

Time slots for Art Therapy –10 to 11 am, 12 noon to 1pm, 3 to 4 pm, 5 to 6pm

Time slots for table décor & etiquettes – 11am to 12 noon, 2 to 3pm, 4 to 5pm, 6 to 7pm

Evening entertainment Segment –

Time Activity
7:30pm Panel discussion with faculty
8:30pm Stand Up Comedy Act
9pm Live singer with acoustic guitarist

 

Google.org supported Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust to conduct Mobility camps across Mumbai

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is organising 6 mobility camps in Mumbai city, from January to April  2017.  They will be distributing prosthetic legs, calipers, wheel chairs and hearing aids as a part of this initiative. These mobility camps are to be conducted throughout the city in places like Jogeshwari, Antop Hill, Colaba, Kurla, Vashi and Govandi, from 18th Jan to 8th April. In true philanthropic spirit, the mobility camp is open to all; without any prior registration, for free of cost.

For more details contact: Ph: + 91 222 387 8930 / 23898930

Email: ratnanidhicharity@gmail.com

Or visit – http://www.ratnanidhi.in/contact-us/

Mobility camp details:

 

Sr.No Screening

camp date

Screening

camp Location

Distribution

 camp date

Distribution camp location
1 18-Jan Jogeshwari 31-Jan Jogeshwari
2 27-Jan Antop Hill 4-Feb Antop Hill
3 10-Feb Colaba 4-Mar Colaba
4 16-Feb Kurla 25-Feb Kurla
5 2-Mar Vashi 18-Mar Vashi
6 22-Mar Govandi 8-Apr Govandi

 

About Ratna Nidhi


Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is a registered charity that was established in 1990 by Mr. Mahendra Mehta. From its humble origins as a family institution it has grown rapidly and now its projects cover a wide range of activities located in both India and other developing countries, including Afghanistan, Sudan, Kenya and Burundi.

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is already successful in serving over 2.3 crore meals to underprivileged children in Mumbai since 1998.

Ratna Nidhi Charitable Trust is committed to the welfare of people from the most underprivileged strata of society without distinction of caste, creed or color. Our focus has been on providing mobility aids to the physically challenged, sending mid-day meals to children who attend schools, providing books and garments to needy people, training street children in computers and conversational English and conducting various vocational training programs.

Eminent personalities like Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Anna Hazare, Dalai Lama and Shri Ratan Tata have supported Ratna Nidhi’s work in the past.

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