March 13. The Institute for Endotic Research’s yoga series Lynhan Balatbat-Helbock

Wednesday, March 13,19:00. Space is limited to 12 participants
The Institute for Endotic Research’s yoga series
Lynhan Balatbat-Helbock

The Institute for Endotic Research invites you for an interim March session of the yoga series:

slow movements, to broader units. Here we will set the focus on connectivity, in and around us.

–  Honour thy lineage honour thy self. (13/03/2019)
This interim session will start with a short meditation practice. The slow and mindful Hatha-Vinyasa class will end with a small open gathering for further exchange.

donation based class.

limited amount of mats available, please write us a message in case you need one.
Please RSVP to reserve a spot as the space is limited to 12 mats maximum: theinstituteforendoticresearch@gmail.com

Lynhan Balatbat-Helbock is a curator and researcher at S A V V Y Contemporary Berlin and is part of the participatory archive project Colonial Neighbours. She received her MA in Postcolonial Cultures and Global Policy at Goldsmiths University of London and moved to Berlin in 2013. In her work within the permanent collection of SAVVY Contemporary she looks for colonial traces that are manifested in our present. The collaborative archive dedicates itself to discussing silenced histories and to the decanonization of the Western gaze through objects and the stories behind them. In close collaboration with artists, initiatives and activists, the archive is activated through hybrid forms of practice. In 2017 she assisted the management for the documenta14 radio program – Every Time a Ear di Soun, SAVVY Funk in Berlin. Lynhan supported the artist Bouchra Khalili with several projects and exhibitions designed most recently the production of Agnieszka Polska ś new commission for the Germany’s National Gallery Prize show in the Hamburger Bahnhof in Berlin (September 2018 – March 2019). Lynhan received her 200-hour Yoga Alliance teaching certification through Spirit Yoga Berlin (Patricia Thielemann) and has participated in numerous workshops with Matthew Cohen, Lin Min, Max Strom and Krishnataki (Sunshine House Greece). In her own practice and teaching she seeks a more grounding momentum, the healing power of touch and creating the space to balance our hectic daily hustle.

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