Monsoon mornings @IFBE | Workshop with Dr. Shailendra

Jul 16 20238:00am-1:00pm

About the event

This monsoon soak up sessions on meditation, music, movement and more with Monsoon Mornings@IFBE.

A fascinating and transformative workshop on exploring your emotions, Dr. Shailendra Chaubey will be leading the first session.

About Dr. Shailendra

Dr. Shailendra is a qualified Ayurveda practitioner and a dedicated spiritual healer. His deep faith in energy science, knowledge of Ayurveda, and other ancient healing systems of India motivated him to integrate these disciplines and create a unique approach to holistic healing – Viryaa.

About the Workshop

While Life keeps waiting to share its abundance, we on the other hand remain absolutely unavailable, dealing continuously with some or the other Emotional crisis. Inviting one and all, to a transformative workshop, with a fascinating approach on Emotions.

Key Insights from the Session

  1. Liberating TRAUMA energies & Transforming them into ‘New Life Force’
  2. Knowing your ‘Personal Power Space’ to handle ANXIETY
  3. Rising above anger & fear
  4. Reversing emotional disturbance-induced health issues
  5. Learning more about nutrition around emotional well-being


What to Carry:
Your yoga mats or dari, a cushion, stole etc, to keep yourself comfortable during the healing work.

Date- 16th July

Time- 8:00am-1:00pm

Cost- Rs. 2700 (including refreshments)

Registration link-

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The Ice Factory at Ballard Estate (IFBE) is an experimental laboratory for transdisciplinary practices across modern and contemporary architecture, art, and pedagogy. The conserved and refashioned structure is itself a historical object; its complexity, diversity, and paradoxical forms of architecture are instruments for the invention of knowledge. Malik Architecture has created an architecture that does not settle, one with spaces to breathe through a crystallization and mutation of traditional, modern, and contemporary experiments. A century-old embodiment... of “the dreams that stuff is made of.” IFBE’s community of architects, artists, scholars, and students exists in the expanding complexity and multiplicity of the present without sacrificing a fidelity to pasts and archiving, to build and chronicle in the here and now, what Reinhard Koselleck felicitously called “futures past.”