Contact Improvisation is an open-ended exploration of the body in relationship to others; a unique style of dance that emphasizes the physical communication and collaboration between two or more dancers.
It is loved by so many because it is playful, fun and liberating, as well as cultivating presence in the body and with others. It can be lively and athletic, quiet and meditative, or anything in between. It is a dance form open to everybody. Whether you are an experienced dancer or just starting out, this training is designed to challenge and inspire you to reach new heights in your practice.
Throughout the training, you will learn how to develop a strong and intuitive connection with yourself and your dance partners, as you explore the possibilities of touch, movement, balance, momentum, body awareness and weight-sharing.
As you progress, you will uncover new ways to express yourself through movement, as you engage in dynamic improvisation exercises and sequences.
Whether you are looking to refine your technique, deepen your understanding of movement, or simply have fun exploring a new style of dance, this Contact Improvisation training is sure to be an enriching and rewarding experience.
You are likely to leave feeling more confident and connected with your body and your dance partners, with a newfound appreciation for the power of physical expression.
So come and join us, and discover the joy and freedom of movement that Contact Improvisation has to offer!
"I have never felt more at home anywhere in my life. I enjoyed the deep connection I managed to obtain with people"
- Anon -
"The best few days of the year so far. It was just amazing getting in touch with new ways of understanding myself and others"
- Jens Ludwig -
"I felt like getting perfectly sized bites of information mixed with playfulness and a sense of connection with everyone else attending. It really was a lot of fun!"
"Thank you so much for your time and patience this weekend. I had a wonderful and most interesting time and I found it to be one of the most, if not the most, therapeutic experiences of my life"