Some of the country’s most talented artists in the fields of music, dancing, acting, ballet, theatre, and art shared how mental, physical and social stimulation workshops can unlock and foster each child’s potential during the launch of Promil Four’s i-Shine Talent Camp, the summer talent development program for kids six to eleven years old, which is now on Season 7.
During the launch held at Maybank Performance Arts Theater, the mentors moms and a peek at what is in store for their kids during this year’s i-Shine Talent Camp: Moms and kids had fun when teachers Robert Alejandro and Kara Escay of the Art camp stretched kids’ imagination by creating a cat and dog out of the word “iShine”; Maestro Ryan Cayabyab gave a short lesson about the four elements of music; while Dance camp master Georcelle Dapat-Sy, accompanied by G-Force members, called kids and parents on stage to execute basic dance steps.
For acting enthusiasts, Audie Gemora of the Theatre camp taught kids how to act out different emotions using the phrase “Nurture the gift”; while Ballet camp master Liza Macuja-Elizalde had dancers from Ballet Manila perform a six-minute adagio from Act 2 of The Nutcracker.
Promil’s philosophy is to instill the importance of not only proper nutrition, but also proper parenting and guidance to fully support a child’s proper growth and mental development. This is in line with the brand’s advocacy of actively involving parents in helping nurture the gift of their child.
The launch was hosted by Dimples Romana, who has been hosting the i-Shine Talent Camp for 10 years now.
Know more about i-Shine and reserve a camp slot for your child now. Visit www.promilnurturethegift.com.ph/ for more details
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