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Classes 2019

On most days of the festival in the afternoon there will be three classes happen parallel. One of them is cleary devoted to the practice of Contact Improvisation. The other two classes will offer some diversity out of the field of CI and contemporary dance.

To support CI beginners and people who want to focus strongly on CI technique we'll offer a CI class before the opening circle and 3 times in the late afternoon a one hour frame to focus on basic CI skills. 

 

Teachers 2019

Our teachers group is a very yummy mix of well established teachers (in the european festival landscape) and others who haven't been seen so much yet on these events.

 

 

Special offers

 

 

Pictures and some more class descriptions and bios are on the way...

 

 

 

Aaron Brandes/ Brando (USA)

 

Brando will teach a class that offers links between contemporary technique and Contact improvisation in his personal way.

 More about him and his class will come soon.

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Heidi Schnirch (Germany)

 

Heidi is a dancer, performer and teacher. She is educated in contemporary dance as well as in somatic movement practices and bodywork. Her passion is the process of creating and researching movement, driven by her curiosity to understand and experience the moving body in its details. BMC® and the Axis Syllabus Method are two ways of working with the body and understanding the moving body she is most inspired by. 2009 she rediscovered Contact Improvisation with Jörg Hassmann and found in there, for her self the connection between somatic movement and dance. She is teaching CI since 2011 and supports since four years Jörg (Hassmann) & Daniel (Werner) by assisting them in various workshops and training programms.

She is part of the contact community munich, where she is organizing and supporting trainings, workshops and CI jams. Beside Contact Improvistion she also teaches Contemporary Dance and Instant Composition for amateurs and professionals. As a dancer she is continuously collaborating since a few years with choreographer and performer Judith Hummel.

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Hugh Stanier (UK)

 

Hugh is a contemporary dance artist specialising in Contact Improvisation. He has over 10 years of teaching & performance experience. He began dancing when he was 15, training in Break dance and Contemporary dance. He trained at Northern School of Contemporary Dance, graduating in 2008. Since then he has worked with companies such as 2Faced Dance, Tom Dale Company, and Ultima Vez, as well as freelancing and creating his own work.

He teaches internationally at the Goa Contact Festival, Berlin contact festival, BodyLove, Portugal Contact Gathering.

 

Human Moves.

The focus of this workshop will be directed towards investigations to deepen a physical knowledge of the body in motion both in solo and with others.

Building up a functional understanding of the underlying principles and structures that can help in contact improvisation, as well as widening the trust to our instincts, impulses and intuition.

Exercises will alternate between contact and solo work to connect to our own body as well as to the group as a whole. Together we create an open, safe space to feel free to discover different ways of moving.

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Ilana Reynolds (Poland)

 

Ilana Reynolds‘s influences are based in Afro-Brazilian dance/Capoeira, somatics and dance improvisation. She studied dance at the University of Massachusetts-Amherst and Escola da Fundação de Dança in Salvador, Brazil. She received her MA in contemporary dance education in Frankfurt a. M. As teacher, performer and choreographer, Ilana is actively involved in the free-lance scene. She also works as dance dramaturge for the company Hennermann & TEAM in Frankfurt.

 

Playing the Rebound

This class is inspired by the capacity to jump, propel, lift off, and land. How can the sensation of jumping be sustained as a rebounding quality in the body? The breath serves as a fundamental support for movement ease and body alignment.  In space, class evolves into stages of bouncing, running and leaping. Specific improvisational tasks invite a sense of weight, fall/recovery, expansion, and momentum as we move across the floor and into dancing together. The aim is to ignite a sense of vitality and full on dancing that is alive, buoyant and creatively charged.

15% Breath work, 15% Physical endurance, 30% Building Improvisational dance skills, 40% Dancing together

photo credit: Lydia Bittner-Baird

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Jo Bruhn (Germany)

Jo Bruhn is a performer, CI dancer, CI teacher, festival organizer. More than 10 years ago he met Contact Improvisation on his quest to find dance forms he could combine with his shows. He was fascinated by the universe which unfolded to him with countless layers to focus on.
Especially the flowing way to deal with acrobatic skills and the communication happening through bodies became an important part of his research, work and teaching. To go beyond CI he took part in the Dance Intensive at Tanzfabrik Berlin.
He has trained extensively with Nancy Stark Smith, Mike Vargas and Britta Pudelko, among many others. He is one of the organizers of the festival “Contact Time @ Steigemühle".
www.jo-bruhn.de

“I like to surprise myself and others in my dance by spicing it up with spontaneity and a bit of humor.”

 

Playful lifting - easy flying

To me lifting, jumping and flying is a fundamental part of Contact Improvisation. A lot of my research went towards the question how these movements can happen effortlessly. Rather with momentum than with muscular power. Another field of interest for me is the balance between precise technique and the free flow of improvisation. How can we surprise our partners without overstraining them? In this workshop I want to share some of this with you. We will deal playfully with gravity, momentum and the joy of falling.
The workshop is open to all levels, some experience is recommended.

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Joe Stoller (USA/ France)

 

Joe has been passionately exploring movement, touch and improvisation since studying in Portland (USA) in 1998.  He helped instigate the CI practice in Grenoble (France), has danced extensively with Tumblebones in Boulder (USA) , and received a year-long Fellowship to study differences in CI related to cultural context in 13 countries. He has taught in universities, dance festivals, massage schools, and a high school. Besides teaching CI, he is a Feldenkrais Method®  teacher, Shengzhen Qigong instructor, and professional bodyworker integrating shiatsu, massage and somatic education.  His passion is facilitating the exchange and development of somatic wisdom. His approach to teaching embodies a deep respect for people finding their own way. Originally from Boulder, USA he is currently based in Mens, France. More info at www.joestoller.com.

 

Verticality and horizontality in CI

As first brief idea: This explores tone, how the sense organs concentrated in the head are integrated into global movement, and a fascination with the transitions between more rolly floor dances and upright dances. 

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Jörg Hassmann (Berlin/Germany)

 

I am part of the festival team, taking care of the schedule and its content - like teachers and what they offer, and the different frames to practice and to share our knowledge.

For more than 25 years now I see myself in a slow but steady learning process with CI (as the center of my dance practice and profession) and I am amazed about the depth and complexity that is still unfolding. My work is influenced by anatomy based movement explorations, contemporary dance, ideas from BMC, Capoeira, play and the urge and joy of discovery. Teaching and performing has always been essential for me on this journey and I have been fortunate enough to teach all over the world. twelve years ago I started teaching CI training intensive programmes in Berlin together with Daniel Werner, where we developed our systematic approach to contact technique (www.dancecontact.de). I also like writing about CI joerghassmann.wordpress.com.

CI skills

I will teach one of the three short CI skill classes, which will be offered by the festival team members this year. In a very direct and practical way techniques are introduces to handle the shared weight of a CI duett in efficient and enjoyable ways.

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Kaisa Kukkonen (Helsinki/ Finland)

 

Kaisa is a professional dancer based in Helsinki and has been doing contact improvisation since 2005. She graduated as a dancer from North Karelia College Outokumpu 2010. She makes performance with improvisation and contact in many groups and collectives. She has recently started to teach more and enjoyes sharing her learning through teaching. Dancing with her has been described with words: the best pillow, amusement park, ocean of butter and royal jelly! She organises jams and workshops in Helsinki and is part of the Skiing on Sking organisation team. Kaisa has learned a lot from Joerg Hassmann, Christine Mauch, Katja Mustonen, Iiris Raipala and Nancy Stark-Smith among many others. kaisakukkonen.wordpress.com/

 

Saying No

More words will come!

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Katja-Bahini Mangold (Germany)

 

Since 2012 I have been organising the Witzenhausen Contact Jam together with my colleague Marielle Gerke and since 2013 hold a space for free dance exploration there. From 2014 to 2016 I have been assisting Jörg Hassmann and Daniel Werner. I have been giving workshops in CI since 2014 in diverse contexts, such as for communities, farmers and women groups, as well as on festivals. Since two years I am deepening my understanding of the functionality of the human body in motion inspired by the Axis Syllabus Approach and Kinaesthetics. I co-organize retreats for women since 2016 and recently am developing dance formats and movement retreats in nature.

In Contact Improvisation I love to experience being present in the moment, fully trusting and challenging my senses and reflexes as well as relating authentically to others and exploring my own diversity and mutability.

 

Giving and Receiving Weight

In this class we will give and receive weight in a clear structure which allows us to give and receive refined feedback while exploring both roles.

How can we give our weight, on which body parts our  weight is welcomed, where is it perceived as disturbance? How can we  support our partners locomotion by distributing and reorganizing our weight? How can we organize as a receiver of weight? What helps us to obtain mobility while receiving weight?  How can we organize transitions of giving and receiving weight and vice versa as well as  into shared weight situations?

We will deal with these questions, have the pleasure of receiving plents of compression (or just enough to feel good;)) and yield into our support.

Verbal exchange and a slowed down approach will help us to build trust and comfort ourselves and each other. Coming from there we will build up some juicy dances, I am shure... Looking forward to meet You!

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Lena Peled (Israel)

 

There will be a bit more information coming ...

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Liat Barkan (Israel)

 

Many years ago in Jerusalem, I accidently entered into a contact jam, and fell in love with this dance that became part of my life. At 2001 I established in Tel Aviv with some good friends the school "Hakvutza"  for contemporary dance, contact and Improvisation. I also managed the school for the first 4 years of activity. Today I work as the study coordinator at the school, and teach Contact-improv at the two-years program for dance students.

I am also part of the Israeli CI association, and I’m part of a performing ensemble of women-contact teachers. Last year we created a dance work that was based on our experience as woman in contact-improvisation.

And I am designing clothes, raising 3 kids and trying to dance my life as much as possible.

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Marielle Gerke (Witzenhausen/ Germany)

 

Marielle discovered her passion for dancing – especially for Contact Improvisation in 2012. Since then she is continuously fascinated by this unique and exciting dance form. She is investigating somatic practices such Body-Mind-Centering and the Axis Syllabus as a point of departure for solo movement and Contact Improvisation in water and on land.Teachers she mainly feels inspired and influenced by are Jörg Hassmann, Daniel Werner, Kira Kirsch, Antoine Ragot, Friederike Tröscher, Jens Johannsen and Otto Ramstad. Marielle teaches Contact Improvisation and Watercontact in regular evening classes, different workshop-formats and on various Contact Impro festivals in Germany and internationally in Austria, India and Portugal. She is organising Jams in Kassel, Witzenhausen and Göttingen, teaches CI and Somatics in the school for contemporary dance Sozo Visions in Motion in Kassel and is involved in a couple of different performance projects.

 www.mariellegerke.de  https://vimeo.com/254630439

 

Water Class - Breathing Beings

In this class we explore our movement options – alone and together – as well as Contact Improvisation in water.

We take time to arrive in the water, to hang out in there, to breathe, to sound, to fall and float, to sink to the bottom of the pool, to let us being carried by the water. In partner work we explore moving in the water with the least necessary effort, spiralling, turning, transitioning from vertical to horizontal and vice versa, expanding and condensing. We explore using our skin and the layers underneath for orientation, communication and contact. We investigate building structures, which give support using and resolving them again.

We allow our Contact Improvisation practice to inform our explorations in the water. We allow the water explorations to change our Contact Improvisation practice on land.

Bring swim wear, wet suit (if you have), noseclip, goggles, towls. You can buy or borrow a noseclip from me for 5 €.

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Mario Ghezzi (Italy)

 

More information and images about Marion are about to come ...

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Martina Rožić (Croatia)

 

Martina will teach a Contact class. More information will be revealed later...

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Nadja El Eid (Germany)

 

contemporary dance has inspired and accompany me in my life in many ways - 2011 I discovered the love for contact improvisation as a spacious research space. The motivation and joy of teaching CI is to transfer the experience of dance as a resource accessible to all.
On the basis of my therapeutic advanced training and current training as a Hakomi therapist I am interested in the overlapping sphere of dance, art and life practice. I like to research how we connect mind and body; to learn to understand better- to find more choices and self-determination beyond automatisms-
Allowing us to be instead of having to become all the time...................whatever this is for us

 

InterSpaces... lost and found in the Jam

Nadja has many highly inspiriing questions around the improvisational side of Contact Improvisation and will share her research in a class. More information soonish ...

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Nadja Schwarzenbach (Berlin/ Germany)

 

Since 2009 Nadja is one of the organizers of this festival. She is deeply embedded in the CI community through dancing, teaching and organising CI related events with Berlin being her base.  She is Co-organizer the Berlin Contact Festivals (www.in-touch.es) since 2013 and the Out-of-Berlin Jam (http://outofberlinjam.de/).

Contact Improvisation inspires me and keeps me happy already 10 years. My trainings and ongoing practice in bodywork, Klein technique and Axis syllabus inform my sense for touch and the understanding of the human body moving. I love offering space to experience the joy of being at home in a moveable and connected body. In teaching and in making big events like this happening.

 

CI essentials

This year the festival team members will teach the one hour CI-skill classes. In a very direct and practical way techniques are introduces to handle the shared weight of a CI duett in efficient and enjoyable ways.

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Ria Rehfuss (Germany)

 

Already as a child I was very curious about body in movement. Especially acrobatics, dancing and fighting with my sisters and later with my classmates excited me a lot. My favourit game was: inventing little choreographies. I also practiced Athletics, Judo and Taekwon-Do. Later I discovered Juggling as well as Capoeira, Karaté, WingTsung, Kalaripayattu, Yoga and Taiji. Furthermore I‘m quite influenced by Frey Faust (Axis Syllabus). With CI I got in touch 17 years ago during my Music&Movement studies (Rhythmik) in Trossingen. And after my Contemporary-Dance education in Outokumpu, Finland, I started to work as a Freelance Performer, Dancer, Musician, Juggler and Dance-Teacher (regular class at the Musikhochschule Trossingen for Contemporary, CI, Movement-Research, -Improvisation and Choreography; CI-Festivals and Workshops all over Europe).

 

«inter-re-actions» - High Dynamic in Contact Improvisation 

(teaching together with Simon Wenger)

We all know this astonishing moments when our bodys are doing things we never learnt consciously, moments when we move unpredictable speedy and still accurately fitting to the movements of our partner. Concepts like Intercorporeality and Interkinesthesia try to understand something we can experience in Contact Improvisation quite purely.

In this class we are training high dynamic partner coordination. We are working with some simple reaction games and more complex dance scores. Base is a good connection to the senses of our body. From there we trigger impulsive reactions and explore how to flash into movement out of a soft and calm readiness. The emerging dynamic is more than the sum of action and reaction: It’s a shared third of linked «inter-re-actions».

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Rosalind Holgate Smith (UK)

 

Rosalind is a Dance Artist and Somatic Movement Practitioner. She creates performances and installations inspired by her work with Contact Improvisation, Authentic Movement and Experiential Anatomy. Her dance is also inspired by her love of swimming, and the textures of moving outdoors. She has a Masters in Dance Creative practice and a BA honours degree in Fine Art and Choreography.  She has been practicing CI for 10 years since encountering it at Dartington as a student. She now teaches internationally and at home, for the CI Community she has established in Snowdonia, North Wales. Rosalind has taught dance with a diverse range of groups. She is also a Yoga Instructor and Shaw Method swimming instructor, which integrates the Alexander technique. 

www.rosalindholgatesmith.com

 

Navigating Whirlpools and Finding Direction

In this class I will share my research on finding, giving and accepting direction in Contact Improvisation. I began this research because I was interested in managing states of disorientation, spelling from those reflexive movement patterns that can sometimes spiral into whirlpools and vortexes.

We will begin by revisiting spiralic forms, slowing down to notice how we orientate and navigate in and out of these patterns. We will then attend to the momentum and direction of the falling weight, playing, in duets and trios, with how much support we present and take away. Finally, with a clearer sense of momentum we will move into travelling scores, using anchors in space to provide structure so that we can move with intention and invite partners on board.

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Sandra Hanschitz (Austria)

 

I am a freelance artist working as stage designer and scenographer as well as dancer, choreographer and dance teacher. I received my Bachelor of Arts in „Contemporary Stage Dance“ in 2011 at the Anton Bruckner Private University Linz. I completed my Master of Arts at the TU Berlin for „Stage Design and Scenography“ in 2015.  I have been studying various dance forms and sports connected to dance since I was little. My most present dance influences are Contemporary Dance, Axis Syllabus, Contact Improvisation and Breakdance. I am fascinated by the complexity of the human body (in motion) and its ever changing state of being. For me CI offers a wealthy playground of human communication with lots of spontaneity, immediate responses, adaptation and unpredictable challenges with the potential of adrenalin rushes.

 

WEIGHT_ING

This class is asking you to become an observer of your body weight surrendering to gravity. Like sinus waves we can discover peaks and valleys, dynamics of acceleration and deceleration. Through playing with the focus on various body parts, we hopefully get an idea of kinetic chains, momentum and efficiency in movement. We are aiming for accuracy in our embodiment to facilitate a healthy use of the whole body structure.

The practice will find expression through improvisational tasks and set movement patterns. We are going to wait for the weight to generate movement and follow the track.

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Simon Wenger (Switzerland)

 

Graduated in contemporary dance with focus on improvisation I am working as a dance teacher, movement researcher and occasionally as a choreograph and performer. My home base is Basel, poetry emerging in space is my raison d’être. Playfulness and accuracy, interaction and coincidence, flow and accent are a few of the pairs I work with. I like skills and forms, and I like to fluidify them, to get the form «unique». Teaching for me is a beautiful way of learning, developing new compositional and improvisational tools and exploring the genuine creativity of body and motion itself.

 

«inter-re-actions» - High Dynamic in Contact Improvisation 

(teaching together with Ria Rehfuss)

We all know this astonishing moments when our bodys are doing things we never learnt consciously, moments when we move unpredictable speedy and still accurately fitting to the movements of our partner. Concepts like Intercorporeality and Interkinesthesia try to understand something we can experience in Contact Improvisation quite purely.

In this class we are training high dynamic partner coordination. We are working with some simple reaction games and more complex dance scores. Base is a good connection to the senses of our body. From there we trigger impulsive reactions and explore how to flash into movement out of a soft and calm readiness. The emerging dynamic is more than the sum of action and reaction: It’s a shared third of linked «inter-re-actions».

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Solène Dubreuil (France)

 

In her bedroom, in a meadow or on a wood floor, Solène has been dancing since she was a child. She studied contemporary and ballet for many years and after receiving her degree from the Lyon dance conservatory, she joined a dance collective combining choreography and improvisation for 3 years. In 2007, she discovered contact improvisation and has since practiced CI and improvisation with passion, studying with Nancy Stark Smith, Chris Aiken, Andrew Harwood, Ray Chung, Julyen Hamilton, Mandoline Whittlesey, Isabelle Uski, and others.  She is also a physiotherapist and a student of Body-Mind Centering®, which has become a great source of  inspiration for new ways of moving, and connecting with herself and others. 

She has danced with various dance collectives in Grenoble and enjoys offering workshops and regular classes, for adults, children and families. She is also nourished by authentic movement practice, yoga, qi gong, and singing. 

 

Becoming the cells of one body

Beginning with an exploration inspired by the practice of authentic movement and  other tools we will distill a few interesting patterns and qualities of movement. We will then use them to co-create a common vocabulary with which we all play. How to appropriate the movement of someone else? How to bring our own energy into it while keeping the essence of those movements?

Through these  shared qualities, moves and energy, how can we dance into space as one unit, one core, one breath? Let’s train our kinesthetic memory without worrying about being right or being wrong. All together we will explore becoming a unified moving body.

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Special Offers

 

 

 

Angela-Mara Florant (Hamburg/ Germany)

 

Angela-Mara had her first experience with CI during her performence arts studies in
Besançon, France. In 2005 she moved to Hamburg. She teaches several regular contact classes, gives workshops and organizes jams and festivals (NORDTANZ Festival). Since 2015, she is co-director of the dance studio “Triade” in Hamburg. When Angela-Mara is not dancing or teaching contact she is teaching Pilates, directing independent theater productions, choreographing dance pieces (mostly based on CI) and teaching theater and dance to children.


 "For me CI is an art form. I love allowing my dance to be inspired by the composition of the room. CI opens up space, Space within me and outside of me, Creative space unfolding. I enjoy looking at movement from an anatomical perspective and at the same time love the playful unfolding of stories that can occur while dancing CI. Over and over again finding and reinventing myself while continuously rediscovering and uncovering new aspects of the form are my favorite subjects of my ongoing research."
www.angelamaraflorant.de

 

Morning Practice

Angela-Mara will offer every second morning a 45 minutes session that helps to start the day more fresh, centered, calm and alive.

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Jennifer Hoernemann (Germany)

Jenniffer is a dance artist, performer and bodytherapist, trained at the School for New Dance Development, NL, at the College of Arts, GB, and the Action Theatre Institute, USA. From the starting place of her passionate interest in dance improvisation and dance technique, it became more and more important within the last years, to integrate movement with various visual art- based approaches. Writing, sowing, drawing and creating installations have become just as important for her artistic work, as movement improvisation and her practice as a Cranio Sacral Therapist. In 2011 she cofounded the label CommunityArtWorks with Walbrodt (visual artist, coach, performer).They introduce art and artistic perception, thinking and acting into various contexts of society and of everyday life situations. With different interactive formats or performances they want to inspire innovation, creativity and new interconnections in the fields of education, administration, economics, science and global action.(www.communityartworks.de)

 

The Lost Property Office for intended ARTiculation

The Lost Property Office for intended ARTiculation is an ongoing interactive installation. It is thought up, built and hosted by CommunityArtWorks, an artists-lable dedicated to artistic interventions in the context of organizational and social change.

During CMC 2019, LPO_ART is a physically existing and moving office, managed by Jennifer Hoernemann and supported by others. What do I miss or what do I find in the context of CI? How do we want or should relate and where can we share our articulation? What is said or not-said and what is lost on the way? Everyone involved in the festival is heartly invited to come to the office, hand in his or her articulation, look for lost thoughts or ideas and co-create small artistic receipts. The continuously changing compilation will be visible and it can be used as an inspiring pile of articulated material at the end of the festival. Opening hours will be daily announced!

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Jörg Hassmann (Berlin/Germany)

 

I am part of the festival team, taking care of the schedule and its content - like teachers and what they offer, and the different frames to practice and to share our knowledge.

For more than 25 years now I see myself in a slow but steady learning process with CI (as the center of my dance practice and profession) and I am amazed about the depth and complexity that is still unfolding. My work is influenced by anatomy based movement explorations, contemporary dance, ideas from BMC, Capoeira, play and the urge and joy of discovery. Teaching and performing has always been essential for me on this journey and I have been fortunate enough to teach all over the world. Twelve years ago I started teaching CI training intensive programmes in Berlin together with Daniel Werner, where we developed our systematic approach to contact technique (www.dancecontact.de). I also like writing about CI joerghassmann.wordpress.com.

Lecture & Jam intros

As the artistic director of this festival my desire is to give a direction to this festival and to set a good tone for our working and dancing. I will share some inspirations and questions through a lecture. The theme will hopefully pop up on time. And I am helping to create frames for focussed jamming and other more explorative formats to share our practice.

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Tanja Striezel (Germany)

 


I' ve been dancing Contact for more than 20 years and am engaged in teaching it for more than 10 years. I organize a monthly jam and offer regular classes and workshops. I also work as a teacher for Alexander-Technique and offer personal and group trainings.

I enjoy the continuous research in the different Contact formats such as international festivals, workshops, work/study groups and jams. My teaching is inspired and influenced by the Alexander-Technique, Body-Mind Centering®, Authentic Movement, Yoga, Meditation and by the many teachers, dancers and students with whom I had the gift to learn, dance and share this wonderful dance form.

I am happy and thankful to be part of this festival again and curious to touch this field of moving, exploring, exchanging, learning and being together on so many different layers.

 

Soothing Body & Mind

Tanja will facilitate some of the soothing body & mind sessions. Since we usually won't have a guided warm up for the Jam. But half an hour before the Jam starts a simple practice will be offered to sooth the body and to calm and clear the mind. So most of the Jams will begin with a un-pressured focussed energy, where people easily take on responsibility for their own journey through the Jam.

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