Energy Movement – unlocking your creative potential through dance!
Through various movement tools, you get to know and use your body better. We explore different possibilities with respect for yourself and each other, working through observations, improvisations and taught choreographies. There is also room for creating your own material. Here, there is a focus on movement patterns, discovery and creation, as well as breaking through these again to start and deepen self-knowledge and creativity. We always work from a place of curiosity and fun!
About the teachers:
This course will be taught by two teachers, Kathrin opens the week to hand over the baton to Feadan who will work with the group to incorporate all the experiences of the previous days into a short final presentation.
Feadan McCall is a choreographer, educator and dancer, a graduate of the Amsterdam School of the Arts -JMD/UCD ’15 as a performing dancer. She is trained in various disciplines such as Contemporary and the Hiphop dance styles, as well as having undergone multiple trainings and certifications in Kundalini yoga, Sound Healing, Breathwork and regulating the nervous system. In December ’21, she completed her training in Systemic Constellation at the Psychodynamics Academy.
Feadan has her own collective ‘Energy Movement’, an improvisational technique developed by Feadan & Reve Terborg since 2015, which is given weekly to on- and offline participants and is constantly evolving during Feadan’s own rehearsals. Energy Movement looks to increase fun, curiosity and awareness through dance. See www.feadanmccall.com for more information.
Kathrin Gramelsberger (1979) is a choreographer and dancer of Nigerian-German descent. She has developed her own language consisting of a mix of dance, music and spoken word. She draws inspiration from her bicultural background. Kathrin creates and produces projects both within her own foundation – Bühnenbiest and also for other companies such as Danstheater Aya and 2turvenhoog.
For Kathrin, dance is a means of exploring her personal experiences. A way to feel connected and show vulnerability through her art. She also uses dance to explore issues that connect themes like challenges, setbacks and loneliness. She calls to feel the recognition, explore the conflict and keep moving.