NOD ICD Program invites you to the 5 Intensive days workshop with Edivaldo Ernesto.

Where: Centro Danza Royal Via San Marino 89/14, Turin, Italy

When: April, 3 – 7

Schedule: 10,00 / 14,00: 1h Flying Low and 3h “Depth Movement” workshop

Workshop included into NOD International Contemporary dance Program  and open to 7 external dancers

that this is an event aimed at a limited number of student, to register it’s necessary to send your curriculum vitae to

Depth Movement
This is an intense and dense group dynamic class. It is about energy, about constantly challenging your limits. Understanding what defines you as a dancer and pushing those boundaries over and over again. Allowing the environment to influence your dancing skills, refining tools to create new movement qualities and new rhythms. Digging deeper into the range of your own personal dance vocabulary, becoming anyone or anything. Working with partnering, the multi-directional micro-narrative movement to transforming as a whole group. Learning how to effectively be unpredictable, how to recycle energy, how to use the body as your primary tool. I guarantee a new process of study in which I go as a teacher and guidance parallel to your learning process and makes you do the step of digesting the work to get a completely new level.
Flying low
This dance technique created and developed by David Zambrano focuses mainly on the dancer’s relationship with the floor. The class utilizes simple movement patterns that involve breathing, speed and the release of energy throughout the body in order to activate the relationship between the centre and the joints, moving in and out of the ground more efficiently by maintaining a centred state. There is a focus on the skeletal structure and the senses that will help improve the dancer’s physical perception and alertness.

Special price 10% discount by March 1st

€ 198,00 after March 1st

€ 220,00 Registration included

Method of payment: banking transfer

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