If you wanted to achieve your vision of an ideal body, one of the first steps would probably be joining the gym. But what about the ideal mind? Where would you start?
Here at The Indigo Project, we understand that creativity is a muscle you can train. We all have the ability to develop our brain’s capacity for ideas, imagina-tion and problem solving, but the reality is that our routines and habits can often set us in a one-dimensional mould that restricts our imagination.
We want to help you push those boundaries.
Introducing our new monthly workout where we will work through a series of exercises designed to build your awareness, develop abstract thinking, innova-tion and idea generation. It’s like bootcamp for the brain. You’ll not only build a greater capacity to think outside-the-box but you’ll meet likeminded people ready to flex those mental muscles.
What you will learn
- Develop lateral thinking through interactive exercises and activities
- How to train your mind for creativity
- The science behind the brain and how it works
- Meet likeminded people looking to push the boundaries of their mind
Mary Hoang Head Psychologist and Founder of The indigo project
Establishing The indigo project, a psychology and mindfulness practice, in 2012, Mary Hoang helps people manage their overactive modern minds. An in-demand speaker and media commentator, with appearances at Vivid Ideas, Sunrise and The Today Show, as well as working with companies such as Westpac, Mama Mia and KPMG, Mary’s expertise in utilising mindfulness to unlock creativity and achieve balance continues to gain popularity among people ready to take control of their lives.
Rich Lucano Founder of YOND.
Rich Lucano is a music producer and creative strategist. He has helped shape sound and strategy for clients like Bulleit Whiskey, Skype and Microsoft. This col-lision of strategic thinking and musicality now sees him at the helm of YOND, pushing brands to enrich culture by taking a considered approach to sound. He is often asked “So, you’re like Charlie Sheen in that show huh?”
7:00pm - 9:00pm
Monday 17th July
The indigo project: 33 Foster Street, Surry Hills