Body and dance

The goal is provide students with basic resources in order to enhance sensory and bodily awakening. Be aware of your postural and movement habits. Overcome resistance to experience fluidity, freedom and harmony in movement. Expand the capacity and possibilities of this movement. Have a body available.

Jazz dance


From 20 September 2021 to 10 February 2022
Morning hours: Monday and Wednesday from 9.30 am to 11 am
With Aina Torné CV

From February 15 to June 21, 2022
Afternoon hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 17.30 pm to 19 pm
With Esther Luengo

Classes are focused on the Broadway style, the language used in musicals, film or television. Choreographic fragments of the most emblematic musicals are worked on, at the same time as the technique is worked on, educating the body in elegance and stage presence, through expressiveness, dynamism and the interpretation of movement.

These classes will improve proprioception, postural placement, coordination, rhythm, musicality, elasticity and stage performance, always looking to enjoy from the movement itself.

Jazz fusion


From February 14 to June 22, 2022
Hours: Monday and Wednesday from 9.30 am to 11 am
With Aina Torné CV

The classes are focused on the dynamism of the new choreographic trends used in the music videos. It fuses the jazz technique with the principles of contemporary dance and floor work. It is a style with personality that allows us to delve into precision, cleanliness of movement, power, presence and attitude.

Choreographic fragments of the new musical contributions of the moment are worked on, at the same time as the technique is worked on for a greater control of the taxation of the movement. These classes will improve coordination, rhythm, musicality, balance, agility, body isolation and stage safety, letting the body express itself from its own movement without complexes or limitations.

Contemporary dance


From September 21, 2021 to February 11, 2022
Morning hours: Wednesday and Friday from 9.30 am to 11 am
Afternoon hours: Tuesday and Thursday from 17.30 pm to 19 pm
With Nicolás Carbajal CV

The main goal of these workouts is to achieve an available, agile and ductile body that can respond to all the physical challenges that the stage poses to us. Deepen the knowledge of the basic principles of movement.

Work from the economy of effort. Develop parameters that favor the availability of the performer's body: strength, flexibility, school, action-reaction. Expanding body language and working on the perception and projection of the body in space.

Viewpoints playground


From 16 from February to 22 in June of 2022
Morning hours: Wednesday and Friday from 9.30 am to 11 am
With Teresa Garcia CV

To do theater is, among other things, to stage the body with all the expressive and communicative burden that this decision entails: a body located in the space offered to the gaze of the other for a time is already a transmitter. There is therefore a drama that from the physical point of view considers the body as an essential element for structure and composition. A body that functions as the backbone of action and interacts through movement and word. Viewpoints, scenic points of view, offer us the possibility of understanding and practicing this language, differentiating aspects that give meaning to the action itself.
The performer deploys listening and the ability to make decisions here and now in relation to architecture, topography, form, gesture, tempo, duration, repetition, and kinesthetic response. This work is inspired by the Viewpoints of the choreographer Marie Overlie that Anne Bogart and her theater company, SITI partner, have led to the training of the performer and the creation. It is an essentially practical course, in the format of an improvisation laboratory, which aims to open up a space for play and exchange between students of acting, drama and other performing arts professionals.

Fundamentals of movement


From October 4, 2021 to June 22, 2022
Hours 1: Monday and Wednesday from 17.30pm to 19pm
With Cristina Lügstenmann CV and Teresa Garcia CV
Hours 2: Tuesday and Friday from 14.45pm to 16.15pm
With Teresa Garcia CV and Elisenda Renom CV

Discover, connect and relate to and from the body. Experience the basic technical principles of movement that promote body availability and economy of effort. Open to the pleasure of movement being present in the body itself. Get started in the discipline and attention of body work in terms of structural improvement and movement.

Alexander individual technique


Schedules to be specified with the teacher
50 min sessions
With Mar Medina

The Alexander Technique is a method through which we can learn to use ourselves more efficiently, coordinating thought with movement, releasing tension, and saving energy. A gentle system that helps us detect and change habits, both postural and use, that interfere with the ordering and coordination of this indispensable tool for life that is our body.

Through simple activities and from the movement, we will raise sensitive receptors found in the muscles, tendons and skin in order to improve our own perception and the sense of kinesthesia and thus improve the use and quality of the movement itself .

The sessions aim to provide tools that, from the Alexander Technique (TA), allow to improve the quality of movement of those performers, such as musicians, dancers, actors or actresses, who use their body as means of expression. We will learn to use ourselves more freely from a conscious body oriented towards availability.