Body Movement Classes
When the two universes of dance and acrobatics merge, magic happens. The fascination of never ending inversions, the indescribable sensation of continuous momentum and the brain-related growth of learning new movement patterns are reason enough to go experience dance acrobatics. Surprise yourself by learning movements that you thought you would never be able to do, enrich your movement vocabulary and experience the connection of strength, flexibility, and coordination all at once.
Floor Acrobatics & Dance Jam
This weekly movement jam is aimed at bridging the gap between the dance and acrobatics worlds, bringing together dancers and acrobats. We believe that both can learn a lot from each other, and move toward a more interdisciplinary understanding of pathways, fluidity, physics, and momentum.
This open-level class offers a variety of exciting approaches to movement for everybody who is interested in the combination of evolutionary biology and holistic movement. The structure of the class aims to emphasize the concept of being a “mover” as opposed to being an “athlete”. The class contains elements from animal locomotion, contemporary dance, capoeira, playfight, floor acrobatics, and many more.
Wednesdays | 10:00-11:00 | Neukölln with Milán.
This class aims to introduce you to the world of contemporary floorwork, movement, and floor acrobatics. It sums up different tools from disciplines such as contemporary dance, break dancing, and martial arts like aikido and capoeira. Find confidence in moving on the hard floor and gain knowledge to perform and create a flow.
Tuesdays | 20:15-21:30 | Neukölln with Lele. Auch auf Deutsch.
When we play, we are fully in the present moment, in the zone. We learn, we adapt, we try, we understand, we feel. We experience the flow.
This class will be about exploring your body, its possibilities to move and your own strength — without even knowing that you are exercising. There will be movement games, open research, music and silence, as well as elements from vinyasa yoga. We’ll start with more isolated movements around one topic and create a flow in the end. To finish you’ll get time in stillness to sense your movement practice.