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    choreographers like Martin Stiefermann Staatstheater Oldenburg Susanne Linke Mirela Waingarten Komische Oper Nir De Volff Total Brutal Santiago Bloom Die Geschichte Vom Soldaten Elik Since 2009 he was creating and performing with the company Constanza Macras DorkyPark as well he was working as a rehearsal manager in several of the companies productions 2013 2014 he worked in Shasha Waltz guest company for ZKM project and Tannhäuser In the last 2 years Elik has been teaching in several Schools and studios in Europe and Israel such as Berlin Motion Hamburg Hip hop Academy Norway Dansens Hus Oslo Israel MASPA Gaaton Masa BA program and more Classdescription Floor Work The class is based on floor work Technique combined with elements from Acrobatics and Martial Arts It focuses on different aspects of floor work through the control of energy and anatomy the organization and coordination of the body while being upside down how to go in out the floor in the most economic and flowed way thanks to the use of gravitation and momentum Through this physical journey the body enlarges its movement vocabulary In addition to technique the class gives a strong emphasis on right preparation of the body in short and

    Original URL path: http://www.marameo.de/gd_elik_e.php (2016-04-24)
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    Jack is a sought after teacher and workshoper in contemporary dance technique choreography and improvisation and appears regularly at Dutch dance academies and internationally in open studios and summer programs Jack is an autodidactic studier of philosophy and psychology and currently enjoys a 2 year research fellowship at the Danslab in Den Haag The Netherlands While at the Danslab until 2011 Jack will be is busy combining Performative Speech Act Theory with his technique and improvisation background Classdescription The class begins standing It stretches co ordinates and strengthens the body with a series of exercises based on expanding the body s interaction with space The emphasis is on the potency of thinking in directions and specific body parts The class builds towards complex direction changes and leaving the floor You learn to combine different mental and physical aspects simultaneously The duality in dance of what is considered formal or informal resolves into newer more contemporary issues energy management inner and outer spacial interaction sequencing your action and a multi voiced body THE PRINCIPLES The main principle in the class is to work with internal and external directions as opposed to forms Gallagher s vigorous release class is a comprehensive view on the inter dependancy of structural body parts trunk legs head brain language signal The questions like What goes where and What effects what are very different to form based techniques and consequently give different results You learn to move bigger and more spatially with less resistance and friction You loose your fear to take risks become fast in changing directions By training the use of methodological sequencing a transparency arrives The focus in training goes toward generating and processing instead of end gaining You become less concerned with judging yourselves and you will learn to work in a mentally

    Original URL path: http://www.marameo.de/gd_jack_e.php (2016-04-24)
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    has won several prizes for his choreography and dancing in Hannover Leipzig Burgos and elsewhere Prior to this he studied at the John Cranko School Stuttgart and David Howards School of Dance New York after which he worked at Cleveland Ballet Arizona Basel Ballet and Ballet Dortmund where he worked with Rui Horta Amanda Miller Mei Hong Lin Jean Renshaw and many others For a number of years he has practiced contact improvisation and found this very beneficial for understanding movement and touch He teaches contact improvisation and contemporary dance in Berlin and elsewhere More information at www kaalund net Class description The class starts with a warm up starting gently and gradually increasing the energy The emphasis here is on continuous movement activating the fluids in the joints and making extensive use of active stretching stretching while moving This is followed by some shorter exercises designed to provide strength stamina stability coordination musicality and to practice specific moves for the work to follow In the last part of the class a longer combination will be learned and we will work on various ways to perform it Floor work plays an important part in the class where techniques tricks and tips for a smooth relation to the floor will be rehearsed and ways devised to achieve a soft transition from up to down vise versa But equally important is to take the smootheness softness and groundedness with us in the upright work which is also floor work actually It is the goal of the class to afford an all round condition of the body getting it ready for whatever work may follow that day or days to come while tuning the mind to possible approaches to space music musicality and other dancers Guest teachers Classical Training for Dancers 16 05

    Original URL path: http://www.marameo.de/gd_henrik_e.php (2016-04-24)
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  • marameo
    been teaching Contemporary Dance Technique Improvisation and Contact Improvisation internationally She is curious about the states of presence and the body s ability to transform embody and transmit images into knowledge emotions and atmosphere s Recently she s been interested in jointing photography video and text among other interdisciplinary approaches into her artistic work Classdescription This Contemporary Dance training is a combination that draws inspiration from various sources such as yoga somatic principles floor work and other release based techniques We start with a warm up that slowly awakens the body mind engages the breath and gradually prepares the body thru simple movement patterns Emphasizing spine as a mobile and articulate base for movement drawing attention to the sensation of gravity flow and ability to move with ease the warm up is followed by phrases that build up towards more complexity Focusing on the changes of level locomotion directions in space and altering tone of the body we engage the spine through various means whilst asking how does the center support periphery and other way around The class aims at developing the gain of physical strength and effortlessness of the body in motion while touching some choreographic notions Guest teachers

    Original URL path: http://www.marameo.de/gd_katja_e.php (2016-04-24)
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