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16 February 2015 No Comment

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Source:  Journal Metro


With her project, InDeep, which just received a grant from Fonds régional d’investissement jeunesse (FRIJ), the choreographer Aurélie Pedron will offer a unique working experience to a group of ten youth with problems related to addiction.

«Youth with drug consumption problems repress certain sensations. A creative workshop involving the body is a fabulous way to explore these zones and to reinvent oneself, ” expressed Ms. Pedron.

To read the rest of the article: Journal Metro

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