-Intermediate / Advanced-
The 90 minutes class is suitable for adult movers with some experience in Contemporary Dance.
This first part of the class offers participants the opportunity to improve their technical skills by assessing both their physical reality and potential. Participants are invited to visit contemporary vocabulary, aesthetics, and qualities through a deeper understanding of functional anatomy, appropriate imagery, and relevant dance history. Covering floor technique as well as a contemporary barre work, focusing on verticality, off-balance and dynamic moving across the floor.
The second part of the class is dedicated to creative expression and artistic challenges, including choreographed material, improvisation, and composition exercises.
Mondays & Wednesdays
- 7:30 to 9 pm-
- Classes & Jams -
A weekly 60 minutes class focusing on the basics of Contact Improvisation, followed by a 90 minutes Jam. Suitable for new curious movers as well as the more experienced who wish to reconnect with the basic principles of the form!
- 7:00 to 9:30 pm-
The 90 minutes class welcomes adult and teenage movers who are new to contemporary dance. They are invited to discover the basics of contemporary movement quality and principles through 2 main parts in the class.
The first part is all about creative warm-ups, artistic explorations, and freedom in movement, all necessary for contemporary dance.
The second part introduces technical exercises building ease and functionality to moving in and out and across the floor, as well as awareness of accurate weight transfer and spatiality. Developing a solid core connection that is able to command the body in different levels and directions of the space, in balance and out of it.
Mondays & Wednesdays
- 6:00 to 7:30 pm-
- Trimestrial cycles -
The 90 minutes class is open to movers and dancers from all backgrounds, who wish to work on deepening their dance anatomy understanding using the Classical Ballet structures and vocabulary.
The classes focus on the technical aspect of Ballet regardless of styles and aesthetics. By revisiting Ballet exercises we will recycle their focus from embellishments to anatomical functionality.
Using Floor Barre and Center exercises, the main aim of these cycles is to build balanced strength, increase flexibility, gain technical accuracy and efficiency in an individualized fashion
The teaching of these sessions is informed by functional anatomy and kinesiology principles.
Tuesdays & Thursdays