Masterclass Series

Batsheva Adelaide Workshop

BATSHEVA DANCE COMPANY
MOVEMENT WORKSHOP – March 4th, 11am
GAGA/NAHARIN

Open to professional Dancers

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When & Where
March 4th, 11am (studio open from 10:30am)
Studio 1, The Mill Adelaide
Level 1, 27 Bewes St, Adelaide 5000
(off Angas st just 20m walk from The Mill).

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Bookings
$35
Places limited to 30 participants – so get in quick!
Book via www.themilladelaide.com/events/

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Workshop Length:
1 hour 15 minutes. Dress for Class
Barefoot or socks. Comfortable clothes

Gaga/Naharin is a movement language developed over the last decade by Ohad Naharin, Batsheva’s long-time artistic director, in the Batsheva studios. This expressive and dynamic movement language is used daily by dancers of the Batsheva Dance Company and Batsheva Ensemble as the basis for their distinctive technique.
Gaga offers a new way to reach a deeper knowledge and understanding of one's self via the body and its movement. Gaga encourages, teaches and cultivates multi dimensional movement, efficiency and texture of movement, the use of explosive power, the connection between pleasure and effort, quickness, clarity of intention, stamina. It enables recognition of one's own movement habits and helps to acquire new ones.
Essentially, Gaga increases one's understanding of the body’s weaknesses and strengths, as well as its response to them. Through Gaga, one works to break down physical barriers in order to reach a greater comprehension and control of instinctive movements.
Ultimately, Gaga empowers the experiences of pleasure, stillness, positivism, and happiness. The Gaga movement language is a tool that can be utilized by dancers and non- dancers alike.
Gaga training at Batsheva Ensemble: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZzXhcNFXwYM 
When & Where
March 4th, 11am (studio open from 10:30am)
Studio 1, The Mill Adelaide
Level 1, 27 Bewes St, Adelaide 5000 (off Angas st just 20m walk from The Mill).
Bookings
Places limited to 30 participants – so get in quick! 
Workshop Length
1 hour 15 minutes. Dress for Class. Barefoot or socks. Comfortable clothes. No viewers are allowed. The only people in the studio should be participants. No late comers are allowed. Once the class has begun the door should be closed and no one should enter.
For more info contact info@themilladelaide.com
For tickets to Batsheva's performance season of SADEH21 at The Adelaide Festival visit www.adelaidefestival.com.au