The WORKSHOPS will be led by experts sharing sustainable practices and improving your overall sense of health and wellness. A feast for your mind and motivation. There will be 3 kinds of workshops: movement and wellness - meditation, dance, yoga, breath work; creative and DIY workshops; and deep dives with industry experts.
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Saturday 25th, 1.30 pm
Bring back to life an old electronic device hidden in your junk drawer!
Participate in this DIY workshop and bring an old smartphone (iPhone 8,10, 10S, SE) or computer (MacBook and MacBook Air up to 2015) with you to offer it a second life!
Smartphones: battery or screen
Computer: hard disc, battery, RAM
Pre-registration up to 2 weeks prior to the workshop.
Green Pixie is a workshop about understanding and learning how to decrease your digital footprint. Every activity a person carries out on the Internet leaves behind a trail of data commonly known as a digital footprint. The internet is responsible for around 1 billion tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions per year. We’ll discuss the physical effects of our digital lifestyles and you’ll be given tools to quantify and understand these effects, and minimise your digital carbon footprint.
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th – all day
Booth on the rooftop
Manucurist is a green and clean beauty brand, made in France. Their mission during the festival will be to show you how they can offer colours and care products that are as healthy and clean as possible. You will also be able to get your manicure done on the spot!
Friday 24th, Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th – all day
Booth on the rooftop
Sire Doré hairdresser will provide some hair tips and do on the spot hair cuts using sustainable products. He will talk about key sustainability themes: less waste, better and healthier use of materials and resources, more regulated use of energy and water, more sustainable equipment investment choices, fewer health and safety issues.
Sewing classes and DIY workshops to create, repair, transform and embellish your own clothing.
Saturday 25th, 1-2 pm: BASIC REPARATION
With a basic sewing kit composed of a needle, scissors, and tread, we will learn how to repair your clothes with easy stitch fixes: sewing a button, fixing a hem, reattaching a strap, darning a sock. Bring your damaged pieces and let’s fix them together!
Sunday 26th, 1-2 pm: JEAN REPARATION
Jeans production is infamous for consuming huge amounts of water. Plus it’s so hard to find that perfect fit! So when you finally find your dream match, don’t throw it away when it gets damaged. We’re going to teach you how to fix your favourite jeans. With basic sewing techniques, we will learn together how to do some “visible mending” with hand-embroidery techniques to fix those rips.
Sunday 26th, 3-6 pm: DIY UPCYCLING OF YOUR CLOTHES
Come transform old clothes you don’t wear anymore into a cute top or shorts! Bring your own shirt: XXL because the bigger the shirt the more fabric to let your creativity run loose! Sewing machines and extra materials provided, beginners are welcome.
Saturday 25th and Sunday 26th, 3-5 pm
Age group: 9-14 years / up to 20 participants per session
The Junior Climate fresk, « La Fresque du climat Junior», is a collaborative workshop on climate change based on collective intelligence and created by Cédric Ringenbach. Its content is based on the IPCC reports. The junior version features 21 illustrated cards (42 for adult version) on climate and energy, sorted by the group from causes to effects, drawing links, materializing complexity to visualize climate change and understanding via creativity.
Saturday 25th – 12-13:30
Pauline Gogue created the association Talents For Future in 2018 with the aim of teaching young people about climate change via the network of French high schools around the world, in order to have a more global impact. Today the association has about thirty volunteers per year who travel the world by bus, bike, hitchhiking and boat to teach in French schools abroad while setting an example with low-carbon trips. The training is fun, full of hope, so that young people want to change the world in a positive way from a very young age.
Les Matériaux Parisiens found its origins in the Beyond Plastic movement. Its aim is to facilitate and democratise the local recycling of organic materials, often considered as waste by our current consumption pattern. Now they are developing and creating objects and furniture made from organic waste.
Saturday 25th, 11 am
Maëva Boldron is a yoga teacher, dancer and ambassador for Circle Sportswear, one of the La Caserne resident brands who will be present in the Village in Paris during the festival. She will lead you in a 1h yoga class to kick off the weekend with flow and mindfulness.
Maëva practices Ashtanga Vinyasa and Yinyasa (a mix of Yin and Vinyasa), a practice that is fluid, slow, precise and full of sunshine. The most important thing is to constantly remember that your “potential is infinite” and the rest will follow.
An energetic guided meditation class to connect to your soul and feel vibrant as never before. It’s a unique experience combining pranayama, visualisation and pep talk in a Neo soul and hip hop chill atmosphere.
Laëtitia describes herself as a holistic entrepreneur. After working in finance, her passions for wellness and empowerment led her to set up two wellness projects, @wearebadasssquad and @exhealexperience. The goal? To bring women to reconnect with themselves through sport, meditation and good vibrations!
Note: This workshop is open to everyone regardless of their experience with meditation.
ÉSO is a new vision of the esoteric world that brings together people who are sensitive or curious about the world of the invisible.
Through the desire to accompany the spiritual awakening, to lift the taboos and clichés that surround esotericism, we create events, collaborations, consultations. So many connections around a project whose aesthetic signature is part of a contemporary, artistic and authentic movement.
Our desire is to help people reconnect with themselves, to move forward by feeling more present and free and to allow a rise in collective vibration.
Sunday 26th – 3-4:30 pm
Come and travel in a universe of vibrations that will transport you to a dreamlike world…
Kitzia uses a wide variety of ancient instruments such as drums, wind instruments, gongs, Tibetan and crystal bowls and many others, to create a unique experience that will vibrate and activate every cell in your body. This vibrational experience provides deep physical and mental relaxation. Stress and anxiety are released as your body and mind are finally in unison.
Bring a mat, blanket and pillow and create your own comfortable space, then lie down and let the cosmic vibrations remove stress and anything else that no longer serves you.
Kitzia, is co-founder of Mayashala Yoga Studio where she teaches Yin/Yang Yoga classes with sound baths. She also offers individual sound therapy.
She has always been passionate about music and holistic therapies and trained in sound therapy at Zen and Sounds and with Philippe Garnier, founder of the SAGE ACADEMY OF SOUND in New York. She then followed numerous courses with the best sound therapists such as Miky Lagadec, Alessandra Montana, Don Conreaux (Grand Master of Gong) to name a few. To accompany her sound healing sessions, she also takes private singing lessons with Mahadev, French master of Kirtan and Bija mantras.
Sunday 26th, 1.30pm
Kundalini yoga is a powerful practice that works in depth on our whole being and energy therapy, it’s a gentle and effective method that allows the circulation of vital energy. As the physical and emotional body finds its balance, this new state allows for healing.
About Nour: She initially discovered Kundalini Yoga in LA with Tej Kaur Khalsa. Then, she continued her training as a teacher at the International School of Kundalini Yoga Ik Saran Dhian, at the RAMA Institute and also with Dr. Joseph Michael Levry and Yogi Amandeep. Today she teaches mainly in Paris.
Sunday 26th, 11 am
Exploration of the harmonious and conscious movement on Techno Music, using the energy techniques of Kundalini and Taoism as basics.
Sunday 26th, 4.30 pm
Kinesiology is a holistic practice that combines an occidental approach with traditional Chinese medicine. It focuses on body language and cellular memory, as it measures muscle activity. Also a Yoga instructor, Alina combines these two practices in order to help you balance your energies perfectly and to work on potential blockages.
About Alina: After a modeling career for maison Chanel, she is now a kinesiology practitioner. Her aim is to help others explore their creative potential through her vision and practice.
Sunday 26th, 12pm
Iyengar Yoga emphasizes on detail, precision and alignment in the performance of yoga postures (asanas), and pranayama (yoga breathing techniques). It sets the focus on the structural alignment of the physical body in space, the organisation of postures in sequences, and the use of props to help the body remain in the right pose. It is open to newcomers.
About Sandra: Sandra first learns about Iyengar Yoga in 2002, while studying Fine Arts in San Diego. In 2004, she moves to Paris. To become a yoga instructor, she trains with her initial professor from San Diego, Gloria Goldenberg in China, and then in Marseille with Stéphane Lalo.
Saturday 25th, 4.30 pm
Intuitive dance: Meditation in movement / meditation and bodily expression. Warm-up session is inspired by dances from all over the world. Discover the story and the meaning of dance movements. Connect to your senses and disconnect your brain.
About Dara: Half French, half Laotian, Dara is a dance historian, an intuitive dance teacher and a masseuse. She includes her academic training into the lesson, and uses yoga, meditation, dance history, Ecstatic Dance, Gaga Dance, as well as some ancestral dances.
Friday 24th, 12pm
Slow Pilates is a deep, engaging and conscious path to help you gain more agility and flexibility. A mix of soft Pilates and floor barre, it will help you strengthen your posture and balance.
Flow Pilates without down time is an intense and deep form of Pilates. It combines resistance, stretching, strength and breathing in a caring group class.
About Mathilde: After spending years in the world of image, Mathilde discovers Pilates and it quickly becomes a passion, a way of life. This class is to help you let go of the movement, without self-judgement.
11H11 ‘s mission is to reconnect the body and mind through ancestral and contemporary holistic practices. To achieve this, they have several projects: a space to host collective holistic practices, individual energy treatments, a nature and well-being e-shop, and events such as retreats and thematic talks.
11H11 will host several workshops at the Conscious Festival: yoga, pilates, intuitive dance, breathwork.
@mathilde.rousseau – Pilates
@yoga_sideral – Iyengar yoga
@dara.explora – Intuitive dance
@breathe_again_space – Kinésyoga & breathwork
11H11 is a mirrored time, also called synchronicity. This 1 repeated 4 times is a message to tell us that we are on the right path and that our alignment is right with our mission.