- Online: April 30th to June 4th, 2020 (6 classes)
- Wednesday 6 p.m. – 7 p. m.
- Price: voluntary contribution*, $10 per class suggested
- E-transfer to firstname.lastname@example.org
514-972-9062 / Bilingual teacher
CONTENT //A course adapted to do at home and in small spaces. We will use an approach combining dance, improvisation and yoga. Through simple exercises on the ground we will activate the body and the senses by relating them to internal and external space. We will awaken the body to lead it to an effective and sensitive coordination.
This course will allow dancers to improve their skills by using their curiosity and creativity in the dance movement.
With guided improvisations or choreographed sequences, dancers will be encouraged to work in different isolations from the body to explore their own way of moving. By trusting their intuition, participants will explore different states: physical, mental and emotional to find the balance between control and letting go.
BIO // Ariana Pirela Sánchez is a choreographer, dancer and researcher living in Montreal. She graduated from L’école de danse de Québec and have a complementary practice in yoga and physical training. She presented her solo, “Manos de Mujer,” at the Phenomena festival, Cuisine Ta Ville and the Festival Vue Sur la Relève. She is a 2020 artist in residence of the Montreal Arts Intercultural Support Program with the Conseil des Arts de Montréal. She has an intimate approach and her work is inspired by a quest for identity, cultural and political issues as well as human relations.
(*): If you are struggling to contribute financially at the moment, you can still come and take the class. We would like to offer you the opportunity to connect with movement despite the circumstances.
By participating in this online offering, you acknowledge that there are inherent risks of physical exertion to any 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 ctvity or event with Studio 303. Please note that RQD members usually covered by CNESST are NOT covered during online activities. Thank you for your understanding!