Ayelet Yekutiel par Anna M. Maynard

ONLINE: AYELET YEKUTIEL (IL) — W~A~V~E~S – fall, rise, ripple and flow in movement.

May 18 to 22, 2020 – 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.)
$30 for the week, must be eligible for the support of *Emploi-Québec 
Open to professional dancers  / In English
Capacity: 20 people

Given the current circumstances, we’ve decided to move this workshop online! Let’s connect in a new way, and continue supporting each other from afar.

Please plan to have a chair with no arms, and a pair of socks.

Axis Syllabus workshop with Ayelet Yekutiel

Waves possess and conserve energy. Travel long distances. Fall and rise.

Our fluid-filled body has marvellous abilities to conduct various types of waves through its curvy-wavy form. In this workshop we will apply tools and observations listed in the Axis Syllabus to investigate and play with our ability to harness, propagate, undulate and wisely channel kinetic energy through wavy movement.

Through communal studying, imagination, touch, movement improvisation and short sequences – we will look at the different kinds of waves and the moments in which they manifest and can support efficiency and ease in our movement. We will experiment with the various undulations and wave patterns appearing in walking, use spiralling waves to softly ramp into and out of the floor, to float, to flow, to swirl and more. Come surf the dance.

Ayelet Yekutiel

Dancer, choreographer, movement researcher and teacher. Graduates of “SEAD”- Salzburg Academy of Dance, “Sampoorna” Yoga teachers training, “P.O.R.C.H” – Ponderosa, and “Kelim” Choreography Studies. Certified “Somatic Movement Educator” of “Body-Mind Centering®”, and a certified teacher of the “Axis Syllabus”.

Worked as a creative dancer for ’Kolben Dance Company’, Dafi Altabeb, Daphna Horenczyk, “Tunet Egyuttes” Theatre and Dance Company, Benjamin Vandewalle Mike Schmid and Sara Shelton Mann. Collaborated on 2nd Home India, a cross-cultural collaborative project of Women Artists, The Third Generation, German-Israeli-Palestinian dance project led by Lina Hoehne, and co-created the piece Homo-Sapiens with Khaled Barghouthi, supported by “Les ballets C de la B”, and mentored by Alain Platel.

She is a founding member of “Augustine Collective”, Co-created The Whale that Went Unnoticed with Marcio Canabarro, and Surreal Body with Nitzan Lederman. Since 2010 she is creating and presenting her artistic work internationally.

Here is how to participate in this workshop:

You will receive an email with the link and password to connect to the video conference following the reception of points 1, 2 and 3. 

1. Registration through Zoom by clicking here **Registration is closed**

Registration ends Friday at noon

2. Emploi-Québec form to be completed:

You will receive an e-mail to complete the Emploi-Québec form. You must be eligible. Please note, this e-mail may be in your SPAM folder. It is sent from the address @formationartsetculture.ca

Who can benefit from the subsidized rate by Emploi-Québec?
– Artists or cultural professionals, Canadian citizens or permanent residents living in Montreal
– Foreign workers with a temporary work permit living in Montreal living in Montreal
– Employment Insurance or social assistance recipients are welcome (please notify your agent at Service Canada or MTESS)
– Part-time students living in Montreal

3. Payment before Friday, May 15th by interac e-transfer, after completing step #2:

  • – To: info@studio303.ca
  • – Security Question: Registration
  • – Answer: online303
  • – Please note the name of the teacher as a description.

 ** Please note: the above price includes access for all 5 days. You may participate fewer days, but no drop-in rate is available.**

Liability: By participating in this online offering, you acknowledge that there are inherent risks of physical exertion to any workshop activity, and agree to hold harmless Studio 303 and its employees and contractors from any and all liability for personal injury, however caused, arising from your participation. You freely accept and assume all such risks from participation in any workshop or event with Studio 303. Please note that RQD members usually covered by CNESST during workshops are NOT covered during online workshops. Thank you for your understanding!

All workshops are for professional performing artists. Some require advanced dance training.

Reimbursement policy– No reimbursement possible without a good reason (ex: sickness or injury).