Laban movement studies (also known as “Labananalysis”) are a tool to capture the variety and complexity of movement. They explore the categories of body, space, shape and dynamics (effort), to identify personal preferences, to increase expressiveness and to develop creative skills. Dance improvisation, set movement sequences and feedback discussions are included in the course to bring the practical work into a theoretical perspective.
Pre-requisite for the EUROLAB training certificate programme: www.laban-bartenieff-berlin.de
Eva Blaschke, dancer, performer, dance pedagogue is trained in Laban/Bartenieff movement studies, Modern Dance/New Dance, Aerialdance, Gyrokinesis and a CMA (Certified Movement Analyst). She teaches Laban/Bartenieff movement studies, dynamic dance techniques, improvisation and performance. Amongst others she performs with the group "Dynamic Improvisation" and Performancebühne Berlin, as well as with the “Slices Ensemble” together with the musician and composer Henry Mex.