…for the interest of Dance and Drama students, upcoming Dance Workshop at the Novara Centre, Strand Road, Bray.
Improv Dance, with teachings from Body Mind Centering & the Alexander Technique
DECEMBER 2011 & JANUARY 2012 WINTER Dance Workshops – with Niamh Condron
Bray, Co Wicklow, Ireland
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WINTER HOLISTIC CHRISTMAS 2011 – MOVE, BODY, MIND, YOGA, CENTERING, DANCE – with Niamh Condron
2 Day Workshop – All skills Level
Saturday 17th Dec. W/shop 2pm to 5.30pm
Sunday 18th Dec. W/shop 11.30am to 3pm
at the Novara Centre, Strand Road, Bray, Co Wicklow.
(5 mins from Bray Dart station)
This 2 day Christmas workshop is for All Skills Level attendees with an interest in bodywork, movement and dance. Let’s get down to business over the holidays, let’s get in touch with ourselves, who we are with our unique potentials for dancing. We will work with hands on body work that will teach the many functions of the moving body. This is informative and also feels very GOOD, Body likes this! Using Yoga practices we will still our minds and unite with our source of abundant energy that is waiting to be awakened. This energy LIKES to be alive! After connecting to the wisdom of our bodies we will move with music from a deep place inside. After dancing there will be some time for cool down, for reflection, and to talk a little about experiences and discoveries. Expect to feel enlivened, expect to learn to love your own breath and body, and expect to realize more about you and your potential for movement. Let’s roll into Christmas with the gift of awareness.
Niamh, a dancer, choreographer, teacher and Yogi based in Dublin, Ireland. Niamh created ‘Constant Composition Technique’ in 2005/6 which combines Improvisation with Human Movement Potential Techniques and has been teaching this since then through her company This Torsion Dance Theatre, http://www.thistorsion.com. She has a BA Degree from Northern School of Contemporary Dance, UK, specializing in Choreography. Through this training her background is in Graham and Ballet, but after discovering new human movement forms in Europe and USA, her interest shifted towards Improvisation for performance. Niamh established This Torsion Dance Theatre in 2001, after receiving a DANCEWEB Award to train at ImpulzTanz Festival Vienna. Her work has been supported by the Irish Arts Council and Dance Ireland, by receiving training awards to develop her career with important dance artists, and by her company receiving Bursary Awards to develop company repertoire. In 2004 Niamh met and began an important artistic relationship with Improvisation Pioneer Julyen Hamilton. She then began including live music and text in her choreographies and went on to make a duet with Hamilton, in 2008, that performed for over two years in Ireland and Paris. Niamh was Dance Artist in Residence in Westmeath, Ireland, from 2005-2008, where she created a 3 day International Dance Festival including live and recorded dance performances and workshops: Vibrate Dance Festival. Niamh has danced with companies and choreographers including Scott Wells and Dancers, San Francisco; The Curve Foundation, Scotland; Dance Theatre of Ireland; Sioned Hews, Belgium; Earthfall Physical Theatre Company, Wales; Irish Modern Dance Theatre; Justin Morrison, San Diego; Sara Rudner, New York; and Companie Giacomo Calabrese, Italy. http://www.thistorsion.com.
This Torsion Dance Theatre