Moving Bodies. Moving Minds.

Who We Are

  • Devika Mehta

    M.Sc. Dance Movement Psychotherapy ( U.K.)

    M.A. Clinical Psychology ( Mumbai)

    M.A. Indian Folk Dance ( Mumbai)

    Kovida, Visharad Bharat Natyam ( Mumbai)

    Devika Mehta

    My journey with Dance Movement Psychotherapy started at the age of 19, when I first discovered this exciting possibility of combining in my belief, that dance is transformative and my academic pursuit to understand different mental health difficulties and help people to heal.

    I have pursued dance ever since I could remember. It's been one constant in my life . The strength , the discipline, the curiosity and the patience that have been inculcated in me is through training and performing Indian classical form of Bharat Natyam for over 18 years is an integral part of who I am as a person today.

    My masters in Indian folk dance was something I chose to discover for my body, to experience the tribal forms and be a part of a social group dance. It was wonderful to feel the tribal rhythms in my body and to feel the shared experience and energy of the group. It changed my movement patterns and I now understand how it opened me to unstructured way of moving and feeling, something that I was unaware of for very long.

    While pursuing other western forms, I continued my education in human psychology. After being opened to this field and the possibility of becoming a dance movement psychotherapist in near future, I finished my masters in Clinical psychology. I feel that since I wanted to eventually work in India and bringing my understanding and learning of Dance Movement Psychotherapy to India, I needed to work in India to understand the mental health needs of the those living here . The lack of infrastructure and the mere condition of the mental health scenario in India made me more compassionate, more empathic and made me understand the seriousness of how much difference I could make as a Dance Movement Therapist in India to people and institutions here.

    My work and education in The UK pushed me both as a person and as a professional. It was one of the hardest journeys I have had to take on a personal front. Professionally it's been a great experience to start from scratch in some of the placements while also having enjoyed perks of already established centres that value dance movement therapy as a treatment modality.

    Using these experiences over the years as well as introspection of my current experiences shape my work ethic, my approach towards the people I work with and who I am as a person.

  • Tarana Khatri

    M.Sc. Dance Movement Psychotherapy (U.K.)

    M.Sc. Counselling Psychology (Chennai)

    Tarana Khatri

    Dance defines me - who I am and what I do. I was introduced to this way of life at the age of 6. It taught me discipline, determination and persistence and has made me the person I am. Professionally I have received certification in jazz, ballet, contemporary and hip hop from the Commonwealth Society for Teachers of Dancing (CSTD), Australia. I have taught jazz and hip hop to children between the age of 5 and 12 - something I truly enjoyed and it taught me to be responsible, reliable and observant. I perceive dance as something beyond mere choreography and performance. It is a form of expression and emotion – a comfort and solace. This is what led me to explore and look at dance as therapy.

    My foray into the professional world of healing through dance started when I took part in a year-long internship at RASA School for holistic development, soon after my undergraduate course in Psychology. Here I worked as a facilitator for individuals between the age of 14 to 50, using arts (dance, drama, art and storytelling) to achieve social, behavioral and cognitive goals. Thus began the process of creatively working with individuals through body and other creative mediums. This motivated me to pursue a masters in Dance Movement Psychotherapy in the UK. The exposure and knowledge from the course helped chart my career as a therapist. Though the journey was an arduous one on a personal and professional level, it enabled me to live my dream and establish movement therapy in India. It provided me with opportunities to work in different settings with varied people and taught me to work as part of a team. I have started Horizon Therapy Centre in Chennai (May 2016) that provides counselling through arts based therapies. It aims to provide an alternative medium of expression for children and young adults.

    This was my foundation and I continue to build on this with my experiences as a consulting therapist. My work makes my life meaningful and constantly sculpts my approach as a therapist and a human being.

Mission & Vision

MISSION

  • “To provide a creative therapeutic service embedded in research based practice catering to mental and physical Wellbeing.”
  • VISION

  • “Aim towards encouraging the society to embrace and celebrate the potential of creative arts therapies to achieve a holistic life.”
  • Values & Our Methods

  • We believe that everybody should be treated with dignity and respect
  • We support individuals and empower them to achieve their full potential
  • We work in partnership with communities and other practitioners to make a greater difference in the lives that we touch.
  • Our work is delivered through focused group work, community based workshops and one to one support sessions. Our work with practitioners involves participatory training workshops, consultancy, mentoring and presentations.
  • What We Offer

    We believe that when the mind and body work towards synchrony, this process can be used to reconstruct a more adaptive and healthy functioning individual. This is a creative and self-exploratory process that does not involve teaching dance forms.

    You do not need any prior dance knowledge or experience to participate in DMP workshops and sessions. There is no limitation to the range of movement abilities to engage in therapeutic work ( i.e. Fairly mobile to wheelchair bound). Since this is a form of psychotherapy, it is founded in the principles of confidentiality, non-judgemental and unconditional acceptance, providing a safe environment for you to explore your experience in movement.

    GENERAL

  • Personality development
  • Self confidence and self awareness
  • Interpersonal communication
  • Social skills
  • Stress and Anxiety
  • Violence and Abuse
  • EARLY YEARS

  • Developmental Delay
  • Autism spectrum disorder
  • Neurological disability
  • ELEMENTARY

  • Behaviour emotional and social difficulties
  • Learning difficulties
  • ASD, ADD, ADHD
  • Neurological difficulties
  • Visual or hearing impairment
  • Violence and abuse
  • ADOLESCENCE

  • Behavioural, emotional and social difficulties
  • Self esteem
  • Body image
  • Mental health
  • Juvenile behaviour and violence
  • Mental health
  • Neurological difficulties
  • Adolescent related social difficulties
  • YOUNG ADULT

  • Anxiety
  • Somatic disorders
  • Personality disorders and other mental health issues
  • Neurological difficulties
  • ADULTS

  • Communication difficulties
  • Anxiety
  • Marriage related problems
  • ASD and learning difficulties
  • Neurological difficulties
  • Mental health issues
  • ELDERLY

  • Chronic pain
  • Loneliness
  • Fatigue
  • Dementia
  • Mood
  • Quality of life
  • What We Do

    We are internationally licensed therapists with professional registrations with the Association of Dance Movement Psychotherapy (ADMP), UK , American Dance Therapy Association ( ADTA) and Creative Movement Association of India (CTMAI).


    Devika Mehta, Where i Work

    Honorary Member on the Advisory Board for Creative Movement Association of India

    My work here on board includes contributing ideas towards re-conceptualizing & strengthen the effectiveness of CMTAI's already existing programs & events and developing ethical code of practice.

    Dance Movement Psychotherapist and Clinical Psychologist
    Goenka and Associates Educational Trust Counselling Centre, Mumbai

    My work here involves being a DMP for about 120 students with special needs attending different projects in an individual as well as group format. My work involves building evidence based practice to further our work in the field of dance movement psychotherapy.

    As a team of psychologists at the school, my work is involves being a part of designing creative arts based modules for parents and children of mainstream school as well as conducting creative arts based workshops for the staff inclusive of teachers, staff, occupational therapists, speech therapist and special educators. I am also involved in psychological assessments and screening work.

    Clinical Psychologist and Dance Movement Psychotherapist
    Janakalyan Sevashram, Mumbai

    My work here involves providing counselling services for children who come from a difficult background by using creative arts therapies. Different programs have been developed to train the staff and the volunteers to work empathically with the children. Group work with children is based in DMP is an important part of the work here at the Ashram.

    Consultant Dance Movement Psychotherapist
    Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorder Society, India

    My journey with PDMDS started as a volunteer to then being employed with them as a clinical psychologist and dance movement therapist. Since 2009, my work has been community based support work which involves using dance movement therapy interventions for the Wellbeing of PD patients and their caregivers. It has also involved helping to form the creative movement module for training group across the country.

  • The work was selected to be presented at the 3rd European Association of Dance Movement Therapy Conference, 2018 held at Athens, Greece.
  • The work was presented at the International Music Therapy Symposium, organized by Berklee college of Music and Neurology Foundation, 2018 in Mumbai.
  • This work was shared further across the globe, when I was invited to represent India on International Panel at the 52nd Annual Dance Therapy Conference, 2017 held at Texas. The panel “Dance/Movement Therapy and the Older Adult Client: Healing Pathways to Resilience and Community” was chaired by Dr.Miriam Roskin-Berger and associate chaired by Patricia Capello. The 7 representatives from Netherlands, Hong kong, Canada, NewZealand, India, United Kingdom and the USA, all leaders in their field exploring and researching through evidence based practices about the effectiveness and impact of dance and movement in the context of healthy aging.
  • The work described can be accessed in this wonderful article written by Patricia Capello in American Journal of Dance Therapy through the link below:

    https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10465-018-9270-z

    This discussions of the panel were revisited by Dr.Richard Coaten in the ADMPUK quarterly” E-Motion, Winter 2017. The link to this is available here:

    https://admp.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/e-motion_Winter_17_Vol-XXVII-No-1-3.pdf

    My work here has been written about in the following article. To know more about How DMP works with PD please read the following link given below

    http://silvertalkies.com/when-dance-is-therapy/

    My video entry to the World Parkinson's Congress,2013 describing my journey with movement and PD can be viewed on the link given below

    http://youtu.be/Re2Z8Alx2cU

    In 2015, the CEO of PDMDS, Dr. Maria Barretto and I presented our work with PD and Dance therapy at the Indian Federation Of Neuro-Rehabilitation Conference, Mumbai. Below is the Link to the Video part of the presentation

    http://youtu.be/6a2uU534UzE

    To understand about Parkinson's Disease and how a multidisciplinary treatment approach can help including movement therapy watch the following video

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mGAUIyNE40Y&feature=youtu.be

    Trainer :Creative Movement Therapy Certification Course. (Pune)
    Creative Movement Therapy Association of India and Artsphere Pune

    The role covers a training program learning theoretical underpinning and practical application of Dance Movement Psychotherapy across clinical populations and development of research practices in DMP along with provision of supervision and support to the trainees.

    Honorary Dance Movement Psychotherapist
    Anandi School for Children with special needs, MUMBAI

    Private Practice ( 2013- present)

    Individual and group sessions for children, adolescents, adults and elderly for neuro- rehab and psychological rehabilitation.


    Devika Mehta, My experience

    Short term Training Programs :

  • Developmental movement curriculum training for supervisor, teachers and caretakers for their children from 18months to 5 years at Shishuvihar, IIT Mumbai, May 2017.
  • A 2 day program for the trainees at the teachers foundation, embodiment as a learning tool, meeting the developmental needs of students using creative media, April 2017.
  • A short term program at SNEHA, Mumbai, as a dance movement psychotherapist for women and children (survivors of domestic and sexual violence), 2017
  • Worked with SNEHA, Mumbai as Dance Movement Psychotherapist for women and children ( survivors of domestic and sexual violence ) , 2016.
  • A four day workshop for the teacher trainees for The Teacher Foundation, on the use of movement therapy for self awareness, self development and development of creative learning tools, 2016.
  • Facilitated Shiamak davar's one year program dancers workshops as a Guest Lecturer held in February 2014 and February 2015, September 2015.
  • Workshops and Corporate:

  • 10 Day Inclusive Summer Camp using creative arts therapies for children and young adults, May 2018.
  • Awareness program for Parents of Differently Abled and professionals in collaboration with Doctor Drama and ViSHA therapy centre, April 2018.
  • Awareness program of Expressive Arts Therapies, at RUN FOR AUTISM event, April 2018.
  • Movement Therapy Program for Kids undergoing Cancer treatment on World Cancer Day, 2017.
  • Conducted a two day workshop on “Sexuality through the lens of creative arts therapies” at St,Xaviers college Psychology students, August 2017.
  • “Exploring Creative Arts Therapies as a Potential career option” for Grade 12 Psychology students of Cathedral School ,2017
  • Movement Therapist for Velvi ARTFESTIVAL- Arts for Autism Festival, Bangalore- 2017.
  • “Exploring Creative Arts Therapies as a Potential career option” for Grade 12 Psychology students of Lilavatibai Podar High School ,2017
  • Facilitated a talk with grade 10 and 11 Humanities students on “Exploring Creative Arts Therapies as a Potential career option and creative arts in therapeutic work “ at Lilavatibai Podar High School, 2017
  • Corporate Workshop for all women employees of an MNC at BKC (Mumbai) on Women’s Day, March 2017.
  • Stroke support group at H.N Relliance foundation hospital (Mumbai), March 2017.
  • Movement Therapist for Velvi ARTTECH FESTIVAL- Arts for Autism Festival, Mumbai- 2016.
  •       Using Movement Therapy to work with these young people to walk the ramp at amazing closing ceremony.

  • Conducted a two day workshop on “Trauma in context of Dance Movement Psychotherapy” at St,Xaviers college Psychology students, August 2016.
  • Conducted a full day workshop for the Pre-Primary Teachers of Lodha World School, June 2016.
  • MAKING CONNECTIONS - Anandi School for Children with Special Needs,2016.
  • Worked with SHINOTA, combining elements of Movement therapy with NLP, 2016.
  • Workshop at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, for honours students on Dance Movement Psychotherapy and work with children with multiple difficulties, 2015.
  • World Mental Health Awareness Workshop using Creative arts therapies at Janakalyan Sevashram, 2015.
  • Using Creative arts therapies as a learning tool for TEACH FOR INDIA Fellow Coaches, 2015. Mumbai.
  • Facilitated Summer program conducted at Sunshine School for Children with Autism, 2014.
  • Workshop at St. Xavier's College, Mumbai, for honours students on Introduction to Dance Movement Psychotherapy, 2012.
  • Conference Presentations:

  • Invited to present at European Association of Dance Movement Therapy, Athens, Greece, 2018 on my work with Parkinson’s and other neurological disorders.
  • Presented at Music Therapy Symposium , March 2018 in Mumbai. “ Dance Movement Therapy and Parkinson’s Disease.”
  • Invited to be on the International Panel for the 52nd Annual Dance Therapy Conference by ADTA, November 2017 in San Antonio, Texas. “Dance/Movement Therapy and the older client:Healing Pathways to Resilience and Community”.
  • Invited to be on the Ethics Panel and presented on “ Parkinson’s and DMT” at the knowledge exchange retreat by CMTAI , June 2017 in Udaipur.
  • Presented at 3rd Annual International Conference by CMTAI , November 2016 in Pune. “Cultural Consciousness: Elements of Gujarati Folk Forms in Dance Movement Psychotherapy.”
  • Presented with Tarana Khatri at the Annual International Conference , Creative Movement Therapy Association of India, at Bangalore on 28th and 29th November 2015. “Spontaneity in DMT and children with additional needs”
  • Presented at the Creative Movement Therapy Association of India's Skills Exchange and Enhancement Retreat for Creative Arts Therapies at Goa on 24th -26th July, 2015
  • My video entry to the World Parkinson's Congress,2013 describing my journey with movement and PD can be viewed on the link given below
  • http://youtu.be/Re2Z8Alx2cU

  • In 2015, the CEO of PDMDS, Dr. Maria Barretto and I presented our work with PD and Dance therapy at the Indian Federation Of Neurorehabilitation Conference, Mumbai. Below is the Link to the Video part of the presentation
  • http://youtu.be/6a2uU534UzE


    TARANA KHATRI, WHERE I WORK

    Director and Dance Movement Psychotherapist
    Horizon Therapy Centre, Chennai (www.horizontherapycentre.com)

    A comfort zone that helps children and young adults understand, accept and cope with difficulties through creative expression. Each individual will be supported as they embark on their journey of creative processing embedded in principles of counselling and psychotherapy. We at horizon aim at offering an alternative form of expression for when talking is difficult or not present.

    https://youtu.be/Lbe7fNx-H7M

    Creative Movement Facilitator and Dance Teacher
    Alpha To Omega Learning Centre, Chennai

    My work here includes one to one sessions for children in the school. I also handle the dance for the junior school including activities to creatively expand and explore their movement repertoire. These simultaneously focus on motor coordination and control, supports development and rhythm.

    Trainer :Creative Movement Therapy Certification Course. (Bangalore)
    Creative Movement Therapy Association of India

    The role covers a one day training program learning theoretical underpinning and practical application of Dance Movement Psychotherapy with children with multiple difficulties.


    TARANA KHATRI, MY EXPERIENCE

    Past Work Experience:

  • Creative Movement facilitator at Kids Central school, 2018.
  • Dance Movement Psychotherapist Gokulam Child Development and Rehab Services, 2014-2016.
  • Dance Movement Psychotherapist at The Mercury Neurotherapy Centre, 2014- 2016
  • Dance Movement Psychotherapist at Five Pediatric Therapy Services, 2014- 2016.
  • Dance Movement Psychotherapist at Madhuram Narayanan Centre for Exceptional Children 2014-2016.
  • Dance Movement Psychotherapist at alpha to Omega Learning Centre, 2014 - 2016
  • Creative Movement facilitator at The Funmill 2015
  • Facilitated Creative Movement Therapy sessions as a part of summer camp at Horizon Therapy Centre, May 2017
  • Facilitated a creative Movement Therapy session for Grade 5 children at local school in collaboration with Teach for India Fellows, Feb 2017
  • Workshop for Teachers at Madhuram Narayanan Centre for teachers creating awareness of non-verbal communication when interacting with the child, June 2014
  • Conducted summer workshop at The Funmill in May 2015
  • Short Term Training Programs:

  • Facilitated Creative Movement sessions as a part of summer camp at Horizon Therapy Centre , May 2018.
  • “Introduction to creative arts Therapy workshop” University of Madras, 23 rd February 2018.
  • Facilitated Creative Movement Therapy session for children with special needs and their caretakers at Mitr Cafe, 28th August 2017
  • “Movement Therapy” Experiential stall and Group session at Maisha 2017 on 29th July 2017.
  • Facilitated Creative Movement Therapy sessions as a part of summer camp at Horizon Therapy Centre, May 2017
  • Facilitated a creative Movement Therapy session for Grade 5 children at local school in collaboration with Teach for India Fellows, Feb 2017
  • Workshop for Teachers at Madhuram Narayanan Centre for teachers creating awareness of non-verbal communication when interacting with the child, June 2014
  • Conducted summer workshop at The Funmill in May 2015
  • Workshops and Corporations:

  • Facilitated Creative Movement Therapy sessions as a part of summer camp at Horizon Therapy Centre, May 2017
  • Facilitated a creative Movement Therapy session for Grade 5 children at local school in collaboration with Teach for India Fellows, Feb 2017
  • Workshop for Teachers at Madhuram Narayanan Centre for teachers creating awareness of non-verbal communication when interacting with the child, June 2014
  • Conducted summer workshop at The Funmill in May 2015
  • Conference Presentations:

  • Presented on “Kestenberg Movement Profile: Tension flow Rhythms” at CMTAI annual international conference, November 2017, Bangalore.
  • Presented Case studies of Therapeutic work with children with Autism at “Creative Art Therapists retreat” organised by CMTAI in Kochi, July 2016.
  • Presented with Devika Mehta at the Annual International Conference , Creative Movement Therapy Association of India, at Bangalore on 28th and 29th November 2015. “Spontaneity in DMT and children with additional needs”
  • Presented on ‘ Empathy and Nonverbal Communication’ at Madhuram Narayanan centre National Conference on November 22nd 2015.

  • SYNCHRONY PUBLICATIONS

  • Devika Mehta’s work presented at the 52nd Annual Conference of American association of Dance Therapy, San Antonio, Texas, 2017,titled “Re-defining Movement’ in ‘Movement disorders- Development of community based therapeutic dance program for Parkinson’s Disease in an indian cultural context” has been published as a paper in the conference proceedings and manual.

  • Also the panel learnings have been surmised in an article authored by Patricia Capello titled “Dance/Movement Therapy and the older client:Healing Pathways to Resilience and Community” in American Journal of Dance Therapy, March 2018.The work described can be accessed through the link below:
  • https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10465-018-9270-z

    This discussions of the panel were revisited by Dr.Richard Coaten in the ADMPUK quarterly” E-Motion, Winter 2017. The link to this is available here:

    https://admp.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/e-motion_Winter_17_Vol-XXVII-No-1-3.pdf

  • “Cultural Consciousness: Elements of Gujarati Folk Forms in Dance Movement Psychotherapy.” published in Indian Magazine of Dance Therapy, 2nd edition (Feb 2017) – Devika.M
  • https://cmtaisiteblog.wordpress.com/2016/12/23/cultural-consciousness-elements-of-gujarati-folk-forms-in-dance-movement-psychotherapy/

  • “Building Bridges: A Dance Movement Psychotherapy parent-child group, for children with multiple difficulties.” published in Indian Magazine of Dance Therapy, 2nd edition (Feb 2017)- Tarana.k
  • https://cmtaisiteblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/17/building-bridges-a-dance-movement-psychotherapy-parent-child-group-for-children-with-multiple-difficulties/

  • “The Use of Movement in Space in Dance Movement Psychotherapy.” Published in Indian Magazine of Dance Therapy, 1st Edition , Feb 2016 – Tarana .K
  • https://cmtaisite.wordpress.com/category/the-use-of-movement-in-dance-movement-psychotherapy/

  • “A case study of the movements of a child diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy within the context of Dance Movement Psychotherapy at a school for special needs.” Published in Indian Magazine of Dance Therapy, 1st Edition , Feb 2016 – Devika. M
  • https://cmtaisite.wordpress.com/category/a-case-study-of-the-movements-of-a-child-diagnosed-with-cerebral-palsy-within-the-context-of-dance-movement-psychotherapy-at-a-school-for-special-needs/

  • Dissertation on “Exploring use of Space in Dance Movement Psychotherapy Sessions with a child with Behavioural, Emotional and Social Difficulties.” , April 2014. – Tarana.K

  • Dissertation on “A dialogue between creativity and spontaneity using DMP as an intervention for child with CP.”, April 2013- Devika.M

  • Dissertation on “The effect of movement intervention on hyperactivity and inattention symptoms of a child with MR diagnosed with ADHD “, - Devika.M


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    SYNCHRONY ARCHIVES

    NEWSLETTERS

  • Synchrony 3rd Anniversary Newsletter July 2017

  • Synchrony 2nd Anniversary Newsletter July 2016







  • NEWSPAPERS AND MAGAZINES:

  • Vogue India, 2018.
  • https://www.vogue.in/content/how-dance-therapy-can-help-chronic-conditions-like-autism-parkinsons/

  • STEP UP AND DANCE

  • MID-DAY 2018
  • Here is the gist of translation to the gujarati article,for those who are interested. "Devika Mehta, a dance movement therapist in Mumbai, talks about her experience of how dance therapy works with the elderly populations. She talks about the successful results she has seen in her practice and working with this population of the last 9 years. She has a masters from UK, in Dance Movement Psychotherapy, M.A. In Clinical Psychology and M. A. in Indian Folk Dance. She has worked with Parkinson’s disease, dementia, depression and stroke within the elderly population. According to her, the mind and the body are interconnected and changes in one affect the other. When movement reduces as one approaches an older age, mental concerns increase due to this reduction. Dance therapy is not just about performing or learning a certain dance form. It is important to understand the difference between dancing and dance therapy. Even if certain parts of your body are unable to move, by using breath, visualization and improvised movements one can reconnect and activate the mind and the body. There is no prescriptive moves for any difficulty. Clinical training and a client Centred approach offers the best results since each individual is different. Dancing is a part of our culture whether it is via festivals, seasons or weddings. There is no age bar to how and when one can move. She also was invited to America to share her work with the Parkinsons population. “


  • Coimbatore Express Dec 2017

  • Move for the Remedy Dec 2017
  • http://www.deccanherald.com/content/585891/move-remedy.html

  • Dance your way to health.




  • COLLABORATIONS SYNCHRONY:

  • Workshop on use of stories as therapeutic tools in collaboration with The Color of Grey cells (Anshuma Kshetrapal) and Canti Drama therapy (Mike Clarke) , November 2016
  • Authentic Movement and Voice Workshop with Bettina Wenzel , in collaboration with Creative Movement Therapy Association of India, MUMBAI, 20th March 2016.
  • Collaborated with The colour of Grey Cells (Anshuma Kshetrapal) and Canti DramaTherapy to conduct a Professional development workshop in Drama and Movement Therapy, 1st October 2016.
  • Collaborated with The Colour of Grey Cells and Canti Dramatherapy to conduct an experiential workshop in Drama and Movement Therapy, 30th September 2016
  • Facilitated Movement Therapy session in “Introduction to Creative Arts Therapy” workshop series at Horizon Therapy Centre, July and august 2016.
  • Authentic Movement and Voice Workshop with Bettina Wenzel , in collaboration with Creative Movement Therapy Association of India, MUMBAI, 20th March 2016.

  • AWARENESS:

  • Autism Awareness Day 2017
  • https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPWG5Gl_pmg&t=4s

  • Autism Awareness Day 2016
  • Gallery

    52nd Conference American Dance Therapy Association, Texas

    Devika Mehta

    Creative movement and Art based workshop

    Devika Mehta

    St.Xavier's College Workshop

    Devika Mehta

    Shiamak's OYP students Workshop

    Devika Mehta

    Funmill Workshop

    Tarana Khatri

    Madhuram Narayanan Centre

    Tarana Khatri

    Mini Sport Training Camp

    Tarana Khatri

    The Academy Of Modern Dance

    Tarana Khatri

    Authentic Movement with Bettina Wenzel

    Synchrony Team

    CMTAI Conference

    Synchrony Team

    INFRCON 2015

    Devika Mehta

    Janakalyan Sevashram

    Synchrony Team

    Lodha World School

    Devika Mehta

    Making Connections - Anandi School

    Devika Mehta

    Parkinson's Fund Raiser with Shiamak Davar

    Devika Mehta

    Shiamak OYP Sept 2015

    Devika Mehta

    St.Xavier's College 2015

    Devika Mehta

    Teach for India

    Devika Mehta

    Training Teacher Foundation trainees

    Devika Mehta

    Velvi ARTTECH festival

    Devika Mehta

    World Mental Health Awareness

    Devika Mehta

    Contact Us

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    Devika Mehta
    Mobile : +91 9870499954
    Email : devika@synchronyindia.com

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    Tarana Khatri
    Mobile : +91 9884327823
    Email : tarana@synchronyindia.com

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