Training Intensive

Heilke Bruns

BONES - CLEAR ORGANISATION OF BODY AND SPACE

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Due to the lockdown we are not able to offer in person classes for professional dancers. In order to support dancers we offer our professional training via Zoom and free of charge during this period!

To Participate registration with your CV at tanzplan2@kampnagel.de is required. Via this address you will receive confirmation and access to the Zoom approximately 15 minutes before the start of the training. 

Registration is possible until 10 am on the respective training day, if spots are still available.

 

Initially grown in a liquid environment and from liquids, bones form the supporting framework and structure that lives within us. With them we can move, push off the floor and reach out into space. Anatomical images will help to perceive the different bones in a more differentiated manner. Inspired by the bones we explore movements in space – clear, articulated and complex. We explore the bone connections between fingers and shoulder girdle, between toes and pelvis, discover the bones as levers and play with spirals. In “break out rooms” we will dance duos and create short choreographic moments.

 

10 % warm up
10 % anatomy
20 % sensing and embodiment
30 % movement exploration, moving into space
30 % improvisation and composition

Termine

08.02.2021
10:30 - 12:00 online
09.02.2021
10:30 - 12:00 online
10.02.2021
10:30 - 12:00 online

Information about the event

Priceparticipation free of charge
Hints

via Zoom
Registration with a short CV at: tanzplan2@kampnagel.de

Locationonline

Heilke Bruns

is graduated pedagogue of music and movement and practioner and teacher of Body-Mind Centering®. Since 1995 she has been teaching BMC and dance at TRIADE, in training centers and at international dance festivals. From 2017 to 2019 she was a professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts in Frankfurt and gives training courses at music colleges across Germany. With passionate enthusiasm she convey BMC as a source for movement and dance.