ONE GIANT LEAP: Jamie Catto will next week present a series of special events in Byron Bay and Mullumbimby.
ONE GIANT LEAP: Jamie Catto will next week present a series of special events in Byron Bay and Mullumbimby. Contributed

Catto wraps up in Byron Shire

THE man who inspired a global dialogue through music about the complexities of human nature will next week wrap up his Australian tour with a series of special events in Byron Bay and Mullumbimby.

Drawing from processes encountered while filming and recording the double Grammy nominated 1 Giant Leap, Jamie Catto's creative master classes, film screening and dance event are set to spark personal breakthroughs - and revolutionise workplaces.

"Don't expect me to rabbit on for hours, instead I contextualise through exercises, games, processes and discussions," said Mr Catto, who also founded dance music super-group Faithless.

"My goal is to playfully unlock your creative potential and get what's inside you out."

UK-based Catto said giving people permission to be glorious was one of life's greatest challenges.

Mr Catto's Byron Shire tour kicks off next Thursday with a screening and Q&A of 1 Giant Leap at the Byron Community Centre. The following night he will host What About Dance at the Mullum Civic Hall, which is also the venue for the two weekend workshops What About Us? and What About You?

For event details and booking information call (03) 9844 5379 or visit www.chrishooper.com.au.



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