The events on this page are in chronological order, simply scroll through to see both past and upcoming events


Online InterPlay Classes

Location: online (zoom)
Dates: ongoing, click here to see more

Want more InterPlay?  If you have attended at least one InterPlay class or workshop, you are warmly welcome to join an Online Gathering hosted by InterPlay Europe. Read more…

.InterPlay Life Practice Program

Location: mostly online (zoom)
Dates: 18 – 21 February, 16 – 18 April, 4 – 6 June, 24 – 26 September
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Looking for a deep dive into InterPlay, join this multi weekend program get more contact, play and connection whilst you learn more about the 8 bodywisdom tools of InterPlay.
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.Workshop: The Secrets of InterPlay

Location: mostly online (zoom)
Dates: 18 – 21 February 2021

Would you like more playfulness in life, more direct contact with the wisdom of your own body, especially in these times? You are warmly welcome to take part in the European Secrets of InterPlay four-day workshop.
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Workshops + Focus Sessions with Masankho Banda

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.Location: Near Frankfurt, Germany
Dates: Friday 10 Jan– Sunday 12 Jan 2020

Masankho has performed his stories and led workshops in multiple countries. In 1997, he founded UCanDanc’ African Healing Arts to bring his passion for dance and storytelling to communities around the world. He works tirelessly to establish a worldwide legacy of peace messengers. Click here for more information

Spring Untensive Weekend – April 2018


Location: Near Frankfurt, Germany
Dates: Friday 27 April – Sunday 29 April 2018

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Take a weekend to explore the wisdom of your body, connecting with others through movement, voice, story and stillness. Step by step, we’ll offer simple activities and tools to facilitate play, release and connection. You don’t need any experience with InterPlay to join – a healthy curiosity and an open heart are enough. The weekend will be led by the European InterPlay leaders collective: Mairi Campbell, Meg MacLeod, Sophia van Ruth, Annegret Zander and Bernhard Staudt.
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