with adrian kowal + simon paul sutton


when: sunday 17 march  | 2-4:30pm

price: £9 | £7 low income + concessions


evolve through film in collaboration with Conscious Media bring you an afternoon of dialogue. The intention of this event is to bring together a community where like-minded people can engage in discussions around conscious film on a regular basis.

Under a timeless South Asian sky, fingers expertly probe flesh, bones and hands. Healer Brahmanand Swamigal is practicing Ayurveda, the “science of life“, one of the oldest holistic medical systems in the world. Originating in India more than 5,000 years ago, and spreading to Tibet, China and Japan, this uncanny intersection of science, medicine and magic is only now receiving serious study in the West. Shot over three years on three continents, Pan Nalin’s ‘ayurveda: the art of being’ is both a breathless globe trotting travelogue that’s a “fascinating watch” (Variety) and a deeply spiritual testament to the power of Ayurvedic medicine.


Simon Sutton is passionate about sharing his experiences and wisdom with his audience. He has an attitude that is catching, upbeat, inspiring and inquisitive. Simon instinctively uses his empathy to connect with people around him. He offers an ear to those that need to be heard and a warm heart to those that need to feel loved. Simon dedicates his life to the birth of a new era on this planet – where we leave war, suffering and the out of aligned ego behind in the old paradigm.



Entrepreneur, lover of nature and adventurer, Adrian Kowal is passionate about supporting the evolution of all beings through the centre he has co-created – evolve. He enjoys leading and participating in a number of Men’s Self-Enquiry workshops as well as running a marketing and consulting business for holistic entrepreneurs. Adrian’s vision is to inspire others to lead a healthier, more conscious lifestyle through the variety of mind / body / spirit / community / environment.

register: Please click here or call evolve on 020 7581 4090