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Meet the Team

Forgotten Fun

Sasha is a Masters graduate in Music Theatre from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She has performed, all over the world, as a singer, dancer, actor and presenter, in film, TV, musicals and plays. Sasha has now settled in London, where she, not only continues to explore creative endeavours as a singer and songwriter, but also has spent the last five years studying and working in different wellbeing modalities including, reiki, meditation, yoga, dance, breathwork and sound healing. She is incredibly passionate about introducing people to tools to help with a healthy mind, body and spirit and also spends a great deal of her time exploring ways to embrace the childlike qualities of joy and play. Sasha regularly hosts musical events, dances, women’s circles, cacao ceremonies and connection workshops. She also currently works as a wellbeing coach and trainer for a women’s charity and has a huge amount of experience delivering drama and wellbeing workshops to children and adults all over the UK. Sasha focuses her recent work on empowering communities through voice and dance and creating safe spaces to express emotion and connect more deeply. Sasha believes that nurturing connections through creativity and fun are key to building a sense of community, full of joy and purpose.

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Kata has had a wide and varied career in drama teaching, theatre and the arts, gaining her PGCE in Drama from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. She has taught drama in London schools  and delivered workshops in a variety of settings for over 15 years. Since 2017 she shifted her focus to well-being, training first as a transformational life coach, then later as a somatic coach as well as immersing herself in learning a variety of healing modalities including reiki and NLP. She has a fascination for the mind-body connection through the lens of the autonomic nervous system. She has delivered talks for the likes of Google, Asos, Santander and for young people in further education. She works 1-1, and in groups, coaching both adults and young people around feeling more connected to themselves, their bodies and the world around them.  Kata has trained in ecstatic dance DJing with a specialist conscious dance DJ school Dance the Music and has played at events, parties and weddings. She can lose herself for hours in music and DJ set creation. Kata is a regular at improv theatre and values it as a way to be creative and in flow and to inform her own teaching and facilitation. She has a strong sense that embodiment is the key to a healthier and happier life. It is a great way to get us out of our thinking minds and into our bodies but is also the key to bringing together a creative and connected group. Fun is the missing part of the puzzle.

Iona is an experience designer and workshop facilitator for all things fun, joyful and connecting. She brings people together for events, whether it be for dancing, embodied games, authentic relating or self development. She founded 'Ecstatic Playground', running monthly Ecstatic Dances, after training with Dance the Medicine in DJing and facilitating, and enjoys running the warm ups to get people into their bodies and embracing playfulness. She is a facilitator on entrepreneurial and well-being retreats, and creates immersive experiences at festivals; she has worked with Morning Gloryville, The Fun Fed, Shhh Dating, Secret Cinema, Burning Man, Wilderness and Secret Garden Party. Before moving into the world of connection and events, she worked as a Financial Controller and business consultant in various start ups and SMEs.

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