Gaga/People & Somatic Sequencing
The empathic body shifts fluidly between different states of being. The deeper we dive into our sensory body the more possibilities are opening up. Becoming aware of and differentiating sensations in the many layers of our body creates room for an organic reorganization of our habitual patterns. We become available for movement while discovering a new range of possibilities in our bodies and connecting to our passion to move. The workshop starts with a Gaga/People class which provides a framework for discovering and strengthening the body, adding flexibility, stamina and agility while stimulating the senses and imagination. The class is followed by somatic sequencing, a deep dive into an exploration of our internal landscapes and anatomy through movement, touch and imagery. The research refines awareness of where and how movement is initiated, how it sequences through the body and orchestrates rhythms and textures. The deep listening into our microcosm enriches our perception and refines our ability to articulate, in small and big gestures.
Born and raised in Switzerland, she graduated from SEAD training program in 2007. She is a recipient of the conveyor scholarship from the Tanzquartier in Vienna, where she started her career as a freelance dancer and teacher. She collaborates with choreographers and artists of other disciplines on projects as well as creating her own work in Austria, Spain, Switzerland, Israel and New York City. In 2008 she began to immerse herself into the practice and study of yoga with her teacher Sri Louise, under whose guidance she completed 400 hours of teacher training in Vienna and Rishikesh, India. She was invited to assist Sri Louise in workshops and a 50-hour yoga teacher training for dancers at Impulstanz Festival in 2011,2013 and 2018. After taking her first Gaga classes in 2011 in New York, she moved to Tel aviv one year later where Gaga became part of her daily practice. In 2018 she got certified to teach Gaga after completing the teachers course under the artistic direction of Bosmat Nossan.