Mandala Painting and Movement

Bride Tips

  • Participants are asked to bring a pencil, color pencils and markers, a 6×6″ piece of white cardboard and a small ruler. Supplies will be limited.
  • Be sure to wear comfortable clothing and shoes. There will be movement

Community Table Event

Mandala Painting and Movement
with Tatiana Hassan
Saturday, October 18 | 10am – 2pm
FREE -RSVP Required
Limited to 10 participants – CURRENTLY RSVPs ARE FULL. 

Derived from Sanskrit, the word mandala translates to “sacred circle.” In Hindu and Buddhist cultures, this symbol represents wholeness—the natural relationship between our bodies, our inner selves, and the infinite. Hosted by choreographer and visual artist Tatiana Hassan, this workshop is a fun, active introduction to the sacred world of mandala.

During this workshop, participants will create an original mandala drawing and discover the connection between body, mind, and spirit through kinesthetic meditation exercises.

All knowledge and skill levels are welcome to enjoy this free workshop. Mandala can be expressed at any time by anyone.

Tatiana Hassan is a dancer, choreographer, educator, visual artist, and craft artist based in Philadelphia. Over the last decade, Tatiana has variously taught, studied, and danced in countries all over the world, including France, Germany, Argentina, and her native Colombia. Here in Philadelphia, her passion for spiritual art has recently led to collaborations with Kun Yang Lin’s dance company. Currently, Tatiana is pursuing a master’s degree in choreography at Temple University.