Crédit photo : Do Phan Hoi


** FULL ** June 14 to 18, 2021 – 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. (Mon.-Fri.)
$60 with the support of *Emploi-Québec (or $190, non-eligible rate)
Open to artists of all disciplines / Bilingual teacher
Capacity: 13 people, priority for full week attendance

By registering for a workshop, you agree to cancel your participation if you have symptoms or suspect you may have COVID-19. Please read the Participant Engagement before registering. Thank you!


CONTENT // This class welcomes the personal practice of each dancer.
We will explore a variety of ways to develop our floor-focused movement intelligence.
We will find ways to integrate floor movements into our pre-established individual practices.
We will focus on further exposing our own personal style and developing floor movements and pathways that we can confidently call our own.
Freestyle is a large part of this workshop. We will explore movement execution with music and address how music creates variety in our movement’s expression.
Vic will offer lessons in strength training, efficiency-in-action, transition options, level changes, and upside downs. Each student’s specific questions and reflections are very welcome.
On Wednesday we will be welcoming guest teacher Sovann aka Promo to lead the class.

BIO // Victoria Mackenzie/VicVersa is a Montreal-based, Toronto-raised dancer, teacher and facilitator. Victoria began dancing at a very young age and practiced various styles until finding herself situated between the breaking and contemporary dance scenes.
She performs locally and internationally for artists Tentacle Tribe, Helen Simard, Cirque du Soleil, and her own creations under VicVersa Productions; for festivals Breakin’ Convention, Summer Dance Forever, Urban Moves Oslo, Detour Copenhagen, the PamAm Games, Festival 100Lux, Tangente and Festival Quartiers Danses.
Her most recent works include 2003 (2019), Or Else (2019), and Audio/Visual (2018).
As of 2018 she has taken on the role of rehearsal director for a handful of Montreal-based artists.
As a teacher, she gives episodic workshops in Montreal, Toronto and abroad. Her classes are primarily focused on floorwork, break, and freestyling.


All workshops are for professional performing artists. Some require advanced dance training. There is a regular rate, and a rate subsidized by Emploi-Québec.

Who has to pay the full rate (regular)?
– People residing outside of the province of Quebec
– Full-time or foreign students

To benefit from the subsidized rate by Emploi-Québec, you must:
– Live in the province of Quebec (civic address)
– Be an artist or cultural professional
– Be a Canadian citizen or permanent resident or temporary foreign worker with a work permit (open or closed)

Are accepted: Part-time students, Employment Insurance (EI) or Income Assistance (IA) recipients (please notify your agent at Services Canada or MTESS).

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

Studio’s accessibility – Consult this page for detailed information.