EPlay Practice is structured in two main directions: technique and work on choreographic material. The training starts with a warm up and body preparation with a particular focus of body’s extremities, in order to project them with awareness and efficiently in the space. I believe it is necessary to feed equally mind and body in order to establish a fluent and organic cooperative system; what is important is not only to obtain body’s flexibility but also mind’s, to achieve an integrated system and be faster to gain new skills. Mind and body will get the chance to work on coordination, stamina, development of kinetic awareness, speed, musicality, softness, precision and attention to details. Further on we will continue introducing more complicated movement vocabulary which will guides the group in a playground area to connect the sequences learned to energy, dynamics, satisfaction through our dancing and sharing with the group.
My personal research takes inspirations from elements of Dance Movement Therapy, theory of neuroplasticity and contemporary dance techniques I have met during my dance experience. EPlay Practice is questioning on the possibility to combine all this elements in a unique movement training for body and mind. Every hour spent in the dance studio becomes a chance to discover more about ourselves, our potentialities and our limits in a direct and respectful comparison with the other.