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Aham. celebrating self

The flagship event of The MoveVent Project. It captures the essence of the initiative. Every year in the month of October, Aham is offered to spread awareness about Mental Health and Well-being and share tools with people which can help them in their day to day lives.

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The MoveVent Project held its third annual festival for awareness of Mental Health and Well-being, Aham: Celebrating Self at the National Crafts Museum & Hastkala Academy, New Delhi. Marking the end of Mental Health awareness month, it was a one-day festival held on October 29th, 2022. For the first time it was an event that was in-person open to all, encouraging people to have a day to relax their body and mind, indulging in various workshops and events throughout the day. The aim for the day was just to help create a space where the participants could have a day full of healing and have a chance to connect with their inner selves. There was a variety of things the participants could choose from pertaining to their own needs. They mainly focused on the concept of Body, Mind, Soul, Heart & Hand.

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2021

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The MoveVent Project, in collaboration with the NAB Centre for Blind Women & Disability Studies, organized their annual mental health and well-being festival AHAM: Celebrating Self.

 

With this festival the aim was to -

  • Assert the critical need to attend to our mental health and focus on our SELF!! 

  • To celebrate the SELF by acceptance, admiration and love.

 

The intention was to empower each individual by providing them with simple tools to begin their journey of celebrating the Self and healing, using alternative therapeutic approaches like sound, movement, silence and mindfulness.

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2020

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The MoveVent Project organised a 5 days Digital Mental Health Festival from 26th to 30th October. We had offered 14 workshops. The facilitators and participants had joined us from across the globe. The festival was open to all kinds of population and there were more than 300 attendees.

The aim of the festival was to - ​

  • Assert the critical need to attend to our mental health and focus on our SELF!! 

  • To celebrate the SELF by acceptance, admiration and love.

The hope was to empower participants by providing them with simple tools to begin their journey of celebrating the Self, using alternative therapeutic approaches; example sound, art, dance, silence, writing, movement, etc.

event partners.