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Attendance of children at InterPlay events

This document outlines InterPlay Australia's policy on attendance of children at InterPlay events.

The intent of this policy is to ensure that a parent or carer is present and takes responsibility for the child at all times and therefore the duty of care remains almost entirely with the parent/carer. It also signals, both to leaders and to parents/carers, that the leader should be consulted in advance as to the involvement of a child and also that the leader always has the right to ask for a child to be removed if s/he becomes disruptive to the group.

Children are welcome and can be involved in any InterPlay event, so long as:

-the leader is consulted in advance and agrees to their presence, and where requested, to their involvement.
-the parent or carer is in attendance and takes responsibility for the child at all times.
-where the child becomes disruptive and the leader requests that s/he be withdrawn, the parent or carer will immediately withdraw the child.

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Playing with Nature as Compass – Finding Directions and Belonging in the Natural World

Sunday 5 May 2 - 5pm

In this workshop David & Margot will use the wide range of InterPlay forms to explore our place in the world and in our own life using nature as our metaphor.

The community arts practice of InterPlay uses story, movement, song and stillness to build joyful courage in body, mind and soul. Come join us for some FUN!!

Book your ticket here:


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InterPlay in Adelaide with Trish Fairley

Friday 7 June 10am - 3pm

Experience being seen and heard in a safe, affirming space.

Moving, telling stories and voicing who we really are can be fun, engaging and, maybe, totally surprising!

No previous experience necessary - just a curiosity to play and delight in our own and others' stories!

See the flyer for booking details.


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InterPlay in Newcastle with Trish Watts

Sunday 25 February 2 - 5pm

Play what you want to Say - Connecting with Self & Others

The community arts practice of InterPlay uses story, movement, song and stillness to build courage in body, mind and soul. Come Join us for some FUN!!

All welcome, beginners who want to dip their toes in, and experienced players, who want to DIVE!!
Wear loose comfy clothing and bring water and a snack

Newcastle InterPlay presents Trish Watts!
Trish Watts is a long-time improviser and co-founder of InterPlay Australia. She is a singer and Voice Movement Therapy Practitioner who is passionate about both expression and active listening, as a way to process life and receive guidance

For bookings go to:

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Alison Lee

Alison (Alee) Lee is a recovering serious person, a psychotherapist, trainer and group facilitator.
Alee acknowledges the First Nations custodians of the land and waterways on which we meet, work and play and the Elders of this region.
Alee lives life to the full through creative practices that inspire others to live expressive, enriched lives that create joyful connection!
Through InterPlay Alee seeks to promote diverse and inclusive playful communities who thrive through art, storytelling, movement, play, witnessing and stillness, through Dadiri and deep listening.

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Kerstin Annette

Kerstin is a trained arts therapist and teacher and has had 20 years experience in the preforming arts industry.

Interplay fitted well under arts therapy and Kerstin is passionate about body wisdom. She currently sits on the board of CEDAR a not for profit conscious embodiment of dance and relating organisation with aims to create safer communities and practices in this arena.

Kerstin has been an InterPlay facilitator since 2017 and has been holding events with InterPlay practices since 2019. Her business Deep Vibe Soul Play hosts events for singles to mingle socially and also runs couple's dating events using 80% InterPlay tools.

Kerstin is also available for couples' support via online sessions helping relationships to delve deeper via playful ways.

Region: Adelaide, South Australia

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SummerPlay January 2024 – Early Bird closes 5 January 2024

Canberra: Friday 19 - Sunday 21 and Adelaide: Friday 26 - Sunday 28

SummerPlay is a three day event that will gently immerse you in the easy-body practices of InterPlay. InterPlay is an integrating and playful process that brings more light, fun, understanding and beauty to the world we live in.
Come and join us as we explore and celebrate the joy of playful connections using InterPlay forms. InterPlay uses a set of tools and ideas that can help us to find wonder, laughter, joy, community, recognition, affirmation, and support. Its incremental approach to play includes movement, story, and sound. Join InterPlay Australia co-founder Trish Watts and InterPlay Director of Development Agnotti Cowie (from the US) for “untensive” play full of connections and possibilities. Come if you are brand new to InterPlay or have played for a long time. Bring a friend, make new friends, and learn new ways to explore your own gifts, experience and creativity in community. Early bird is available to midnight 5 January 2024. Please book early as numbers are limited.

Click the links to download the flyers: Canberra or Adelaide

For more information

Canberra: Alison 0416 065 687

Adelaide: Robert 0403 843 604 or Tanya 0403 544 986 (3-19 January 2024)


Early Bird Pricing
Early bird is available to midnight 5 January 2024
Three Days
Full  $405 Concession $350
Two Days
Full  $280 Concession $245
One Day
Full  $145 Concession $125

Standard Pricing
Applies from 6 January 2024
Three Days
Full $450; Concession $390
Two Days
Full $310; Concession $270
One Day
Full $160; Concession $140

Bookings close Canberra 17 January 2024
Adelaide 11 January 2024



The Chapel, Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, 15 Blackall St, Barton 2600


Wayirrirti Room, Nunyara Conference Centre, 5 Burnell Drive Belair SA 5052