MOTHER’S DAY WORKSHOP:
The Same Breath of Life
May 10, 2020
The Museum’s cultural program contains many parent-child projects, and we always see mothers sitting in the back row watching the children or sitting next to them to calm them down, helping them to keep pace of the program. Is it possible that parents not only accompany the children, but also draw equal nourishment from the same period of time in which they receive museum educational resources?
On this Mother’s Day with a mask on, beauty is still free to grow. SHMOG invited Vive He, contemporary artist and yoga teacher, and Jane, advocate of sound meditation, to guide mothers releasing their every role of “guardian” to become a “participant.” Through the physical rhythms of parent-child yoga, children could not only develop their first and most important inner senses of touch, vitality, movement, hearing and balance, but also other skills such as listening, response, graphic imagery, musical rhythm and intimate interaction.
The “movement” in the museum not only refers to the flexibility and body contact, but also to the flow and communication of the parent-child relationship.