Screening „Yogawoman“ Berlin-Premiere / 21.09.2011, Soho House & 04.10.2011, Kino Babylon

The worldwide release of the Australian documentary „Yogawoman“ in September/October 2011 inspirated Creative Connectors to initiate two film screening events:

The inspirational Symposium
Both events were showing the movie followed by an inspirational symposium each with six German established “Yogawomen”, who were talking about their projects, missions & visions.

Sharety | Charity
At both events we´ve collected donations for a GOERLZCLUB-Initiated Sharety “Yogatherapy with streetkids in cooperation with Karuna – Zukunft für Kinder & Jugendliche in Not e.V. The money has been donated already, the projekt is still not realized by time-issues. But we will follow up on that asap.

Watch our Film about 10 years Goerlzclub with the Salon „Yogawomen“

Goerlzclub – Salon Mondaine 2004-2014 from even.tv on Vimeo.

SOHO HOUSE PRIVATE SCREENING 21.09.2011

First we started off with the pre-premiere-screening at Soho House, Berlin, 21.09.2011One hundred exclusively selected members of the Goerlzclub have been invited to the Salon Mondaine, a get-together-event of our Goerlzclub network.

The screening was followed by an inspirational Symposium with:

Patricia Thielemann (Founder Spirit Yoga, Berlin)
Kristin Rübesamen (Author, Journalist, „Alle sind erleuchtet“, Berlin)
Kerstin Linnartz (TV Presenter, Yoga teacher, Founder be better, Berlin)
Steph Jaksch (Jivamukti Yoga, Soho House, Berlin)
Mirian Lamberth (Shakti Spirit Yoga teacher, Ayurvedic counselor, Berlin)
Nicole Rudschinat (Soho House, Jivamukti Yoga, Berlin)

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KINO BABYLON PUBLIC SCREENING 04.10.2011

The second screening event took place at Babylon cinema theater, 04.10.2011. Around 200 people attended the screening. Our guest for the following panel were:

Kim Steeb (reflection – the power of choice, Stuttgart)
Anja Kühnel (Director Jivamukti Studios, Berlin)
Kerstin Linnartz (TV Presenter, Yoga teacher, Founder be better, Berlin)
Steph Jaksch (Jivamukti Yoga, Soho House, Berlin)
Mirian Lamberth (Shakti Spirit Yoga teacher, Ayurvedic counselor, Berlin)
Kathleen Kloss (Spirit Yoga, Berlin)

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The inspirational Symposium

Both events were showing the movie followed by an inspirational symposium each with six German established „Yogawomen“, who were talking about their projects, missions & visions.

Sharety | Charity
At both events we´ve collected donations for a GOERLZCLUB-Initiated Sharety „Yogatherapy with streetkids in cooperation with Karuna – Zukunft für Kinder & Jugendliche in Not e.V. The money has been donated already, the projekt is still not realized by time-issues. But we will follow up on that asap.

About The Film
Yoga was brought to the west from India by a lineage of male teachers. Now there’s a generation of women who are leading the way. They’re strong they’re inspiring and they’re radically changing peoples lives. From the busy streets of Manhattan to the dusty slums of Kenya Yogawoman uncovering a global phenomenon that has changed the face of yoga forever. A quiet revolution brews in yoga studios, hospitals, and living rooms around the globe: In record numbers, women are discovering their own strength, vitality, peace, and power through yoga. Reclaiming this ancient spiritual path from its traditionally male form, the result is a radical transformation of modern yoga, as we know it. Led by a new generation of dynamic female teachers, this “new” yoga replaces the male-centered, rigid style with a distinctly feminine practice that honors intuition, family, flow, connection, community, activism, and the cyclical nature of women’s lives. Yogwoman is a groundbreaking film that captures this fascinating time of awakening female power.

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www.goerlzclub.net

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(E-)Magazines | Blogs

Karma Konsum – a new spirit in business (www.karmakonsum.de), Mitteschön (www.mitteschoen.com), Travellettes – backpacking in heels (www.travelettes.net), Yoga-Journal (www.yogajournal.de),  Reset.to – Plattform for a better world (www.reset.to), Unlike – the definitive city guide for mobile generation (www.unlike.net), sugarhigh – email mag (www.sugarhigh.de), spirit yoga newsletter (www.spirityoga.de), Fantastic Blog (www.fantastic.welt.de), Yoga-Service (www.yogaservice.de)