Tanzfabrik
Berlin
School
School
Tuesday
09:30 - 11:00
Kreuzberg 3
Möckernstr. 68
10965 Berlin
LEVEL:
open

Body-Mind Centering

Kurs with Julia Kleinknecht, Ka Rustler

Through anatomical pictures, movement, perception and touch we will explore bodystructures and movement. We place our attention into different qualities of tissues and move from there: bones, organs, nervous system, endocrine glands, fluids, muscles, senses and voice. In the journey of developmental movement we explore movement possibilites from one celled animal to being a walking human. We will discover how different patterns overlap and support each other and give a ground for our movement and being today. With finest and deep awareness of different bodytissues, through touch and understanding of antomical relationships in our body we evoke presence, threedimensional full-body being for joyous movement.

Due to the current situation, we will not work with mutual physical touch in the class, in case the class takes place live.

Julia teaches on 31.05.,07.06., 14.06., 28.06., 05.07., 12.07.2022
Ka teaches on 10.05., 17.05., 24.05. (Ka/Odile/?), 21.06.2022

Julia Kleinknecht

Julia Kleinknecht is graduate in cinematography, dancer and theatre professional. Certified as Somatic Movement Educator of Body-Mind-Centering®in 2018 and currently enrolled in the Practitioner Program from moveus. Intensive movement and bodywork practice since 2002 - Aikido, Shiatsu, Yoga, Contemporary dance and Contact Improvisation, discovering BMC® in 2005 and teaching it since 2018, e.g. at the fabrik Potsdam. Trained in „Nouveau Cirque“ at Espace Catastrophe in Brussels, in Acting and Physical theatre at International Network Of Actors and MimeCentrum Berlin, and scholar at the Tanzfabrik Berlin from 2005-2009. Various performance projects and member of a puppeteer street theatre company for many years, long term collaboration with aufBruch KunstGefängnisStadt and Constanza Macras / Dorkypark. As well as working for many years with people with special needs at Lebenshilfe Berlin and currently starting a career as a dramatherapist (certified DFGT). Practicing and sharing BodyMindCentering® for Julia is getting to know deeply one’s own nature by experiencing the aliveness of cells, tissues and body systems. Inhabiting ourselves that way nourishes our ability to relate and offers countless possibilities for creative expression, dance and choreographic exploration. 

Ka Rustler

Ka Rustler creates, performs and shares her research and teachings in an international circuit. As a pioneer in the field of improvisation and dance she has been a collective member of Tanzfabrik Berlin, co-author of multi - layered productions and performs with numerous artists framing social contexts theoretically situated within feminist understandings of embodied subjectivity. She is a Body-Mind Centering® Practitioner & Teacher including somatic psychotherapy, neurobiology, applications and methods derived from other somatic systems and their relevance in movement & artistic research, choreographic exploration and embodiment.