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Open Training
Theater and dance

 
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In Orber Str. 57, Frankfurt Am Main
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Ecstatic Dance - Open Training
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Monday 9th of May
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We very warmly invite you to our third round of Ecstatic Dance.
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Let’s dance to celebrate the spring!
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Ecstatic Dance has no shape or strict movements, it is about following the natural movements of your body in connection to the music, other dancers and the space.
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Come and join us for one evening, going together on a journey in your body, presence and movements.
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The dance is like a ritual with a guided beginning and guided ending in the group.
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With Live Music by the @antagon Band Lead by Effi Bodensohn.
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All levels are welcome, bring comfortable clothes.
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How to join for free? Share this Invitation with your friends.
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Let us know that you are coming

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IN_TOUCH - Open Training
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Starting from our center, we will explore layer by layer what it means to connect with myself as an individual and to be in a collective process at the same time.
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Where are my boundaries?
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How can I integrate without losing myself?
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Where is the border between individualism and self-esteem?
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With basic physical theatre exercises we will enter this creative process to learn more about trust and confidence as an individual, as a couple and as a group.
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All levels welcome, bring comfortable clothes.
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How to join for free? --> Click on "Participate" botton and then click on "Share" on this Facebook event

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Past

Orber Str. 57, Frankfurt am Main

Exploring basic techniques of physical theatre with Max Büttner: body awareness, spontaneity, expression and perception. Through a variety of games and exercises we will discover the state of flow that is only possible when two (or more) bodies meet in the interplay of action and reaction upon which improvisation is based. Explore (and respect) the limits of our physical expression, get to know what it really means to be “present” and rewire our routine-accustomed mind-body-networks. All of this in an atmosphere of humour and acceptance for what is there. All levels welcome, bring comfortable clothes.