ELEMENTARY PROGRAM - WEEK 1 (10-14/07/2023)
Yoga class with Laia Puig Escandell
Unfold & unlock your personal potential
During this time we will be introduced to Yoga as a holistic practice. The five points of the holistic system are: proper exercise (Asana), proper breathing (Pranayama), proper relaxation (Savasana), proper diet (vegetarian), positive thinking and meditation (Vedanta and Dhyana), although we will mainly work on the first 2-3 points.
This Yoga classes will be the moment to unfold and unblock, first physiologically and then into deeper levels of awareness, identifying our unnecessary/not useful patterns and habits, and letting go of them.
Balancing, strengthening and stretching the body, increasing concentration and learning to closely listen, read and explore our bodies for better understanding and efficiency.
This way each of us individually can connect with our own potential, tune into a deeper intelligence, expand ourselves as artists and as humans and share it with the community and the world. I hope you all enjoy the process of unfolding yourselves.
Biography Laia Puig Escandell >>
Contemporary technique class with Cassandre Cantillon
Through the class, the aim is to create an internal and external environment for physical learning and exploration through play where new movement possibilities can arise and flourish.
We will dive into individual and collaborative improvisation tasks, movement puzzles, coordinations, meditation practices, set material as well as conditioning exercises.
We will explore a series of tools and perspective which can be used to develop one’s movement vocabulary and training while interrogating our relationship to failure and learning.
Biography Cassandre Cantillon >>
Repertory workshop 'Fase' with Tale Dolven
FASE. Four Movements to the Music of Steve Reich:
Fase was made in 1982 and is one of Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker's most minimalist pieces. The piece consists of 4 choreographies, all different in movements and approach to structure. The students will learn a part of each choreography, each with a different movement focus; walking, arm gestures, swinging and hopping.
Biography Tale Dolven >>