Schedule KREUZBERG Möckernstraße 68 / ONLINE

Our studios are open again since 1 July. Here you'll find the schedule.
Some online classes can still be streamed live! > scroll down

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LIVE-CLASSES
Prices: 12€  //  10x-card 110€
Due to the current situation, the following rules have to be followed within Tanzfabrik at the moment:
- Limited number of participants
- Please come to the Tanzfabrik already dressed.
- Props (yoga mats, blocks and blankets) must be brought along.
- Changing rooms and showers cannot be used.
- Masks are compulsory in the entrance area and corridor. No masks must be worn during classes.

ONLINE-CLASSES (Please scroll down)
Prices: 6 / 8 / 10 / 12 / 15€
We offer our prices on a scale of 6-15€ to make our online classes as accessible as possible. 10€ is the price per class that covers our costs.
All times given are MEZ.

All 10er/30er/50er cards of the Tanzfabrik cannot be used due to the Corona regulations, but keep their validity and can be used at a later date.
Each participant must self-assess what level of difficulty and what exercises he/she can physically expect. Participation is at your own risk. Tanzfabrik Kreuzberg gUG accepts no liability.

 

    Kreuzberg
    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    from 9:00

    Pilates

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    Conditioning & Strength

    This class is Pilates based conditioning & strength class, including intermediate exercises. 
The essential Pilates principles are Breath, Centering, Concentration, Control, Flow, and Precision. Joseph H. Pilates originally called his work "Contrology". it designed to harmonize the Body-Mind-Spirit interactions. The class begins with warm-up exercises to release and align the body. Deep breathing increases oxygen supply to your body, and the use of the full breathing pattern opens the way for easy access to your powerhouse: pelvic floor muscles, abdominal muscles, and muscles around low back and hips. The wide variety of the exercises help to improve body awareness, core strength, balance, control, and flexibility.


    Caution: This is not therapeutic propose, not recommended to the following people: Injury, post-injury, prenatal and postnatal, or having any serious conditions, pain or problems. I disclaim any liability or less resultant of accident, injury or health impairment befalling any participants with regard to exercises demonstrated in this class. A physician should be consulted before attempting this class to reduce the risk of injury. To develop your physical sensation as dancer, do not force or strain yourself. During the class, if you feel any pain or discomfort, stop immediately and see your physician, please!

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Body-Mind Centering

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    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.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Feldenkrais

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    Awareness through Movement
    Feldenkrais Method is a gentle movement- and perception-practice rooted in developmental movements, Judo, and daily life movements. Although it is based on movement and despite its amazing effects on individual movement ability, it is not gymnastics. Way more the Feldenkrais Method is a way to learn learning. It facilitates access to unused capacities of the brain, and by that it enables learning and development as a whole being. The practice supports the ability to understand and change movement-organization-habits and stimulates ease, effortlessness, choices, skillfulness, and joy. Within instable and challenging times of social distancing and living with the restrictions during Covid-19-pandemia the Feldenkrais practice can foster regeneration, best possible self-organization, calmness, and trust to stay healthy in a wider sense. The classes are led verbally, practiced in self-reference, and do not require a big space. Therefor it can easily be facilitated online and yet create deep experiential spaces. The class is open to all level and taught in English. Katja offers additional 15 min verbal exchange after each class for everyone who is interested.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Yoga

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    The body in the practice of yoga asana is the entry & grounding point to the deep knowledge, wisdom and joy of being. yoga is a process of self-inquiry while asana describes the practice of a physical posture with attunement to all layers of the self. The form of asana reflects to us aspects of our individual structure, on how we come into alignment with and through our breath, our feelings and thoughts. Breath awareness is what integrates and connects us to our sensory body, feelings and the subtler layers of our being. I teach alignment as a dynamic process of becoming aware of sensations while directing attention with clarity. The intention is to guide our efforts along the body's innate spirallic architecture which allows us to find organic strength, flexibility and connectivity throughout our entire body.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Movement Research

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    We aim to develop a mobile and flexible body that has the possibility to unfold in many ways. At the same time we will remain attentive to our perception and to the body´s performative potential in each moment.

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    Kreuzberg 3
    from 16:00

    Contemporary

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    The class focuses on creating a sense of physical power, energy and musicality while exploring our individuality and being available to the group energy and the entire space. It consists of two parts. We start with a physical improvisation in order to explore deep our movement awareness ,to work the articulation of the body and to develop ones own movement, musicality and imagination. The improvisation plays in between physical availability and limitation. We aim to the transformation of the body in any kind of situation through diving into our extreme and unpredictable side. The participants are led to extreme positions, different qualities of movement and high speed of physicality. The class continues with short floor exercises and complex standing combinations with acrobatic elements. We finish with creating a long sequence that combines the tools of the class, in where the participants are encouraged to play with dynamics and express themselves & their souls individually as performers.

    - (a/m)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Contemporary

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    The "Conscious Body" teaches the dancer to work continuously and precisely with his body. It enlivens the body and works on re-organising different movement patterns in order to reallocate, integrate and strengthen the learnt material as well as activating the full body awareness. Through intensive floor work unnecessary power can be reduced and movement sequences achieve logical consequence. The training empowers the dancer to move in an efficient way and to work consequently, concentrated and continuously with his body. The "Conscious Body" gives room to develop deep familiarity with highly personalized movements as well as to concentrate on her or himself.

    - (m)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Modern Dance

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    In my lessons, the focus is on body formation, posture training and permeability. We work with elements of anatomically correct ballet to music from all over the world. In the beginning we start with slow exercises on the floor and standing, which combine breath and movement and develop body awareness. This is followed by longer exercises, which gradually become more and more condensed into sequences. Short dance sequences emerge, which do not overstrain anyone, but are nevertheless dynamic and give the own dancing experience a feeling for the space. Technique is a suitable means for me to explore and form the body in a concentrated way. My classes are especially suitable for beginners, as the structure carefully moves from the simple to the complex and gives room for individual needs. These classes are therefore also popular among older people and people with limited mobility.

    - (a)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Contemporary

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    Contemporary is a further development and synthesis of various dance techniques. Modern dance, contact improvisation, yoga exercises, developmental movement, release technique and improvisation are the basis for the development of individual movement sequences and dance compositions. The inward view of the body energy is combined with an external focus determined by space, rhythm, dynamics and time. By supporting the breath and the weight a more conscious and easier dancing is made possible. Gliding through the space, flowing into the floor, abrupt stopping, redirecting movement energies, balance and off-balance allow the individual energy flow to be experienced in choreographies. Music: different kinds of music.

    - (a/m)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Klein Technique™

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    Klein Technique™ is a movement education. The emphasis is not on mimicking form but rather going to a deeper level of understanding of using the body as an integral whole for maximising full movement potential. It works on the level of the bones and to align the bones we are using the muscles for deep postural support: the psoas, the hamstrings, the external rotators, and the pelvic floor. The body becomes elastic, responsive, efficient, strong, and injuries often heal. For more information about Klein Technique™: www.kleintechnique.com

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Contemporary

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    The "Conscious Body" teaches the dancer to work continuously and precisely with his body. It enlivens the body and works on re-organising different movement patterns in order to reallocate, integrate and strengthen the learnt material as well as activating the full body awareness. Through intensive floor work unnecessary power can be reduced and movement sequences achieve logical consequence. The training empowers the dancer to move in an efficient way and to work consequently, concentrated and continuously with his body. The "Conscious Body" gives room to develop deep familiarity with highly personalized movements as well as to concentrate on her or himself.

    - (m/f)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Movement Practice

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    The “Movement Practice” class is based on Klein Technique and The Danis Bois method / DBM “Fasciatherapy”. The class allows movers of all kind and levels to achieve more fluidity and ease of movement, offering time, time to work, to process. We work on groundedness by first standing the pelvis on top of the legs so we can stand upright, aligned to the forces of gravity. The core principles, time, breath, direction and gravity allow us to experience the dialog between body and perception, movement and mind, structure and energy. Through that we can simply learn to be.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3
    from 17:00

    Getting physical

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    The goal of the class is to re-incorporate the joy of moving and sweating together into the weekly routine, through a careful balance of exploration and technical challenges. I am interested in the body as a textural matter and a sensorial house, constructing my classes around free explorations and exercises borrowed from contemporary dance techniques, ballet, and somatics. We focus on the breath, mobilization of the spine, strengthening of the core, articulation of the foot, working on one leg, folding and unfolding of the bigger joints of the arms and legs. With safe distances, in solo, duet or group, we will train coordination, visualization, cardio, the usage of various speeds and momentum, and displacement in the space. The second part of the class focuses on moving into space and self-expression through movement.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 4

    Axis Syllabus - Improvisation

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    Exploration through the work of the Axis Syllabus and Improvisation, adding some automatic writing and drawing time.
    Since the crisis asked us to create physical distance to other human beings, I wonder: How do you relate to space? How do you organize your physicality in your space? Which ways can bodies take in order to manifest itself? What new stories would you like to tell about your body? Which images emerge in our body, by playing with different practices?
    The idea is to guide you through some warming up, getting into your body with the lense of the Axis Syllabus. To later create more space for individual inquiry in our own places.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 4
    from 18:00

    Ballet

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    This beginners class focusses on introducing the basic principles of classical ballet. The course starts with clear and simple barre excersises followed by more complexe phrases through the space in which the dynamic and coordination of the body will be trained.

     

    - (a)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Gyrokinesis® Method

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    The class is open to everyone who, regardless of age and body type, wants to reconnect him/herself to its own body through excercise practice based on the natural motion of the spine. The constant flow and fluidity of movements coupled with breathing patterns will open up the energy pathways, oxigenate the blood and stimulate the nervous system, it's a total flowing body work. The first part of the class will take place sitting on a stool. We will help the spine to decompress itself by using the muscles to support the work and give the possibility to the spine to create space between each vertebrae. In this way we will allow the back to be free to move fluently and in constant flow, involving consequently, the limbs. A gentle muscle work will give the possibility to release and open up every single joint in order to expand them in all directions. The second part will take place on the floor on a mat. Keep on working on the same principles increasing the workout, especially, of deeper abdominal and dorsal muscles. The whole body work is supported by several breathing patterns which stimulate and energize the blood circulatory system and nervous system. “Standing, sitting at the computer, and just plain gravity can compress the spine and put strain on the body. Opening up that space through a narrowing of the pelvis and an elongating of the spine helps put things in their proper place,” says Lena Mossman, director of Kohala Spa at the Hilton Waikoloa. At the end of the class your body will thank you!

    GYROKINESIS® is a registered trademark of GYROTONIC® Sales Corp and is used with their permission.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Ballet

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    Beginning Ballet with Victoria is a fresh take on the classical form. Suitable for adult beginners with or without experience, we begin with a focus on developing proper musculature and core strength. The class continues through the traditional ballet barre and center exercise format with a fun playlist and always keeps an eye on alignment, breath and integrating dynamic principles of movement.

    - (a)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Vinyasa-Yoga

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    This class is a juicy blend of flowing yoga asanas, sychronizing breath and movement. This form of Hatha-Yoga culivates strength and flexibility. It aligns the body and is a lively dance of awakening, supported by mindfulness meditation. You will feel safe, because the focus is on alignment. You will get sweaty because the focus is on Vinyasa. And you will develop stability, clarity and openness because the focus is on mindfulness.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Contemporary

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    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.

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    - (m)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Yoga

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    Inspired by dance, Elisabeth teaches fluent Vinyasa Yoga, which focuses on the transitions of the asanas and the individual breathing rhythm. To deepen the awareness of the body in motion, we pause repeatedly to focus on the right alignment. Above all, the rhythmic-meditative flow of movement, which anchors one in the present moment, calms our mind, helps us to build trust, and allows us to be open to change.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Ballet

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    In her classes, she combines classical ballet technique with the fundamental principles of movement of the body, in order to give the body a good basis in ballet and the best possibilities to move expressively in space. In this course the basic steps and ballet concepts of classical ballet will be learned. The work on the barre and in space should improve strength, flexibility and correct posture. The inclusion of the LBBS (Laban Bartenieff Movement Studies) provides the deeper foundation.

    - (a)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Butoh

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    This class we will be about developing the relationship between the physical and the invisible within the dancer’s body. In the spirit of contemporary butoh, as each person’s body is unique, their way of dancing needs to be unique as well, dancers are encouraged to develop their own method. Therefore the class is thought as a supportive framework in which they can do this, and is open to everybody regardless of their experience. Guidance through movement pathways and qualities will be offered, introducing some elements of imagery and embodiment. We will also nurture awareness through partner work, exercising both exploration and observation, fine sensations and presence. And there will also be each class a longer improvisation to go deeper into the dance work of butoh.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3
    from 19:00

    Flux Motion Training

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    Flux Motion training is a dynamic dance style that combines different contemporary dance techniques and experiences that I gained, during my education and working as a choreographer and dance teacher. The class starts with a technical warm-up. With a body preparation which has a focus to move intrinsically and intelligently with one’s own body. From here on more exercises follow combined with small phrases that will give you the time to dance. In these phrases, you will sense the change of dynamic waves and fluidity of the movements and how to project these in space. During the class, we will work towards a longer dance combination in the end, by challenging both the mind-memory and the body-memory simultaneously with equal importance. My choreographic style is energetic, detailed, using organic movements incorporating the technical work from the exercises. Generating a fun and supportive atmosphere where I encourage people to push themselves to reach their potential.

    - (m)
    Kreuzberg 4

    Getting physical

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    The goal of the class is to re-incorporate the joy of moving and sweating together into the weekly routine, through a careful balance of exploration and technical challenges. I am interested in the body as a textural matter and a sensorial house, constructing my classes around free explorations and exercises borrowed from contemporary dance techniques, ballet, and somatics. We focus on the breath, mobilization of the spine, strengthening of the core, articulation of the foot, working on one leg, folding and unfolding of the bigger joints of the arms and legs. With safe distances, in solo, duet or group, we will train coordination, visualization, cardio, the usage of various speeds and momentum, and displacement in the space. The second part of the class focuses on moving into space and self-expression through movement.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 4

    Getting physical

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    The goal of the class is to re-incorporate the joy of moving and sweating together into the weekly routine, through a careful balance of exploration and technical challenges. I am interested in the body as a textural matter and a sensorial house, constructing my classes around free explorations and exercises borrowed from contemporary dance techniques, ballet, and somatics. We focus on the breath, mobilization of the spine, strengthening of the core, articulation of the foot, working on one leg, folding and unfolding of the bigger joints of the arms and legs. With safe distances, in solo, duet or group, we will train coordination, visualization, cardio, the usage of various speeds and momentum, and displacement in the space. The second part of the class focuses on moving into space and self-expression through movement.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 4
    from 20:00

    Contemporary

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    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.

    Trailer

    - (f)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Embodied Research

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    Through imagination and play, we research bodily textures, rhythm, effort, somatic attention, clarity of intention, and our internal feelings and their relationship with movement. We use a variety of somatic tools to guide us through this exploration and combine them with other movement techniques. The practice offered leads to a heightened engagement and awareness of your full body, mind, spirit and encourages freedom and curiosity to explore movement!


     

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Ballet

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    A ballet class with a contemporary slant, my experiences as a modern dancer and vinyasa yoga trainer inform my teaching. I put a focus on working with the breath, on mental flexibility and on body awareness. The aim is to help you more readily come in contact with your own fluidity of movement and to expand the possibilities available to you so that you can move through inner and outer space more easily. Musicality, creativity and a lightness in exploring individuals' complex physical capabilities will support our endeavours in this class.

    - (f)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Finding the Most Open Question

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    "Finding the Most Open Question" offers a somatic approach to performance. This class begins by exploring the structures of the body itself, physically and energetically, and then expands to include awareness of other bodies, and the space itself, through a number of improvisation proposals. We research the question of how the self-exploratory, embodied practice of somatic work can be relevant to performance practice, finding strategies to share these states with an audience and integrate them into artistic work.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3

    Continuously into Movement

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    An improvisation class where we aim to keep moving for one and a half hour without stopping. In this class, we start moving in the space, mobilizing every body part and leading the body into action. We activate the movements from the center and we improvise, sharing our energy, within the space, from and back to out totality. The body will find new places to arrive and learn to understand its own aliveness inside different dynamics, continues tasks, pauses and composition changes. The purpose is for the participants to understand the meaning of conscious and unconscious dance, to believe in it, to trust different movement possibilities and unlock their imagination non stop. Inside the flow of the class, we challenge our own existence, share and demand inspiration from what is around us, inside us, in and out of our imagination and make it appear through our physicality. We train the body to talk and represent what it is and how it feels, expressing its own dramaturgy and being alive inside the stories which can be told though dancing.

    - (*)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Ballet

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    A ballet class with a contemporary slant, my experiences as a modern dancer and vinyasa yoga trainer inform my teaching. I put a focus on working with the breath, on mental flexibility and on body awareness. The aim is to help you more readily come in contact with your own fluidity of movement and to expand the possibilities available to you so that you can move through inner and outer space more easily. Musicality, creativity and a lightness in exploring individuals' complex physical capabilities will support our endeavours in this class.

    - (m)
    Kreuzberg 1

    Yin Yoga

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    The yin practice is a simple, slow and quite practice that enables us to go deeper into every Asana and deeper into the more meditative aspects of yoga. Asanas are held for longer period of time and are practised simply by letting go and by creating the space and the conditions for the body to passively open up. The Yin practice is based on the Chinese Philosophy and anatomical understandings of the Meridians, the energetic pathways in the body.

    - (open)
    Kreuzberg 3
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    open
    (a)
    Beginners
    (m)
    Intermediate
    (f)
    Advanced
    (*)
    with movement expierence
    Online
    Monday
    Tuesday
    Wednesday
    Thursday
    Friday
    from 10:00

    Body-Mind Centering

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    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!

    - (open)
    Online

    Feldenkrais into Dancing

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    „There is an difference between consciousness and awareness…I can walk up the stairs of my house, fully conscious of what I am doing, and jet not know how many steps I have climbed. In order to know how many there are, I must climb a second time, pay attention, listen to myself and count…“ (M. Feldenkrais) We start with a lesson of the Feldenkrais method to improve body awareness so to explore our movement and our dance easily and with more understanding.

    - (open)
    Online
    from 20:00

    Flux Motion Training

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    Flux Motion training is a dynamic dance style that combines different contemporary dance techniques and experiences that I gained, during my education and working as a choreographer and dance teacher. The class starts with a technical warm-up. With a body preparation which has a focus to move intrinsically and intelligently with one’s own body. From here on more exercises follow combined with small phrases that will give you the time to dance. In these phrases, you will sense the change of dynamic waves and fluidity of the movements and how to project these in space. During the class, we will work towards a longer dance combination in the end, by challenging both the mind-memory and the body-memory simultaneously with equal importance. My choreographic style is energetic, detailed, using organic movements incorporating the technical work from the exercises. Generating a fun and supportive atmosphere where I encourage people to push themselves to reach their potential.

    - (a)
    Online
    (open)
    open
    (a)
    Beginners