The use of Inhibition to create spontaneity: From stillness to moving
In these CL working sessions I invite you to experiment with the question “What does happen before action?” We work first on our own use and then help each other with the hands on work. We use inhibition and direction for creating space within to play with walking, stopping and everyday movements. By moving in the space, we also play with the awareness in relation to others. If you have experience in contemporary dance, you can take the moving also further in complexity, but you do not need previous experience in dance to attend.
About Soile Lahdenperä
Soile Lahdenperä has Doctorate in Dance (2014) from the Theatre Academy in Helsinki, Finland. She is University Lecturer in Dance program at Theatre Academy of the University of the Arts Helsinki since 2013. Soile is also assistant teacher at the Alexander Technique Institute of Estonia and moderator in FINSTAT.
Soile did her AT teacher training with John and Carolyn Nicholls from 1992 to 1995 in Brighton, UK. She has been teaching the Technique from then on in the Sibelius Academy and in the Theatre Academy amongst other institutions, as well as having a private practice. She is deeply involved in the Finnish dance scene and received five-year government dance grant from 2010 to 2014.
See also: Soile Lahdenperä – Presenter Detail Page
Tue 23 & Wed 24 (Session 1)
Fri 26 & Sat 27 (Session 2)
9-11h & 15-17h (Session 1)
15-17h & 9-11h (Session 2)
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