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looking at the world and challenging our assumptions, definitions and creation of it through the lense of the body, movement, the arts and science.

Sunday, January 18, 2015

A Day in the Life : David Sharp empowers artists to handle their finances


Do you have issues with money?
I do.

I may have dedicated my life to dance and the movement arts but, in spite of that, somewhere along the way a small part of me bought into the idea that Dance is not a "real" profession and that, as an "Artist," financial security will be forever out of my reach. While I may know very little about financial health, one thing I do know: As long as you believe something is impossible, it is.

Well then, time to get over it and put that part of life in order. New Year's resolutions and all that! But… How, exactly? In spite of all good intentions and that gust of New Year optimism, I draw a blank here.

Enter (stage left) -- the Money Hero!

Last October, Money magazine awarded David Maurice Sharp with this spiffy, spandex-sounding award for the work he is doing educating artists about financial investments. Oxymoron? According to Sharp, not at all. He makes it sound feasible and even simple--simple enough that I've already started shifting my thinking and my habits… TO READ THE ARTICLE




Workshop: Foundations of Yoga

Sunday, January 25 2015
11h-13h30, 50€
YogaYoga Paris
6 passage de la Vierge
Paris 75005 (M° Ecole Militaire)

Open to all levels, we will move through a physical practice of postures (asanas), working with breath, alignment and concentration to create stability, strength and ease in our practice. We will also identify and begin to bring into our practice the ethical and philosophical foundations passed down to us through the ages. These include an introduction to the yamas and niyamas (the "do's and don'ts" of Yoga), dharma (right path) and karma (cause and affect), among other essential concepts and practices that apply both on and off the mat.


To register, please contact Ann Moradian at 06 89 70 23 58 or moradian.perspectives(@)gmail.com