9 – 10:30 h
Zentrum für Zeitgenössischen Tanz
for students and teachers
You are welcome to explore coordination and dynamics with Georg Reischl, to follow a daily ballet class taught by a line-up of teachers of the Ausbildungskonferenz Tanz, to get high on Yamuna or meet yourself amongst others in the space of elision.
Ballet class with Georg Reischl
For Georg it is important to provide a ballet class that warms up the body in the morning, to improve technical skills, to get coordination, dynamics and mind ready for the day. An uplifting, joyful approach to something very complex and technical. Georg offers a class that is focused on movement, dynamics and “Epaulement” but also on decision-making, performance and pure joy.
Ballet class with teachers of the Ausbildungskonferenz Tanz
Jason Beechey, Rosemary Helliwell, Jan Broeckx, Andra Tallis, David Russo
A line-up of teachers of the Ausbildungskonferenz Tanz will offer a ballet class every day. Feel welcome to challenge your brain and body.
Yamuna Body Rolling with Flavia Tabarrini
Flavia offers a daily session in Yamuna Body Rolling . YBR is a trainingsmethod using the specialized Yamuna Body Rolling balls. By using the balls people can target superficial skin, fasciae, muscle fibers, tendons, ligaments, bones, internal organs, and the nervous system by themselves. The effect of Yamuna Body Rolling is its multidimensional elongation of muscle fibers. In addition to the regular longitudinal elongation by the conventional stretch method, Yamuna Body Rolling enables the transversal and diagonal expansion of muscle fibers in order to move the body more dynamically. Yamuna Body Rolling can provide benefits in regard to a wide range of dancetechniques (i.e.: Release, Contactimprovisation).
Leerraum / space of elision
The Leerraum / Space of Elision is a gathering-place for the spoken word, the art of the song, scores, scripts, performance and discussions devoted to diverse theories and explorations related to dance. Over the course of the 5th Biannual Conference Dance Education, artists, students, and teachers are invited to contribute to the program of discussions, sharings and performances. A locatio for a self-organized … with no technical equipment and assistance.