Here I share my experience as a dancer, experiential movement researcher and educator. This experience is deepening through a perennial re-turning and un-folding dialogue with tools and approaches of the Axis Syllabus as well as through my ongoing curiosities in different energetic modalities, systems of embodiment, communication and through my practice of contact improvisation and gardening.
The Axis Syllabus offers ways and sustainable patterns into learning safe falling reflexes, sequential movement, defining individual range of motion and joint parameters, preventing injury or enhancing kinetic efficiency to name a few topics. These practices can be applied to dance and all other movement related fields.
In my classes I create scenarios for textured and embodied dancing and a learning environment where your body can self-organize and thrive. Movement material, sensations, coordination and perspectives of anatomy and biomechanics are proposed to explore. The information ideally self-seeds into resilient and adapted movement fitting your body and environments as well as open new curiosities for autonomous study and practice.
When thinking about online classes i feel inspired to see them as cultivating potential and supporting an ongoing practice wherever we are and are at.
Wednesdays 18.00 - 19.30 CEST
Fridays 9.00 - 10.30 CEST
Both classes can be taken individually, in series or as bundles. I usually work with an overarching topic for one series, so taking all classes or working with the recordings if you cannot be present live can be beneficial especially if you are new to this work.