Two days of movement with Antoni Androulakis
14-15 November, 2020
Wilhelminenhofstr 91, 12459 Berlin
The class is a synthesis of the different ways I have approached the floor work over the past 7 years. It will include a body preparation which consists of a mix of strength and coordination exercises, making our body ready to incorporate new information in a sustainable way.
The practice aims at refining our sensitivity in order to build an awareness that helps us redefine the movement in terms of sensations. Through the ideas of the push & release, we will look at a way to build a relationship with the floor which allows us more ease & freedom without compromising a challenging physicality.
We will consider our body as a holistic organism. Seeing it as a whole rather than separated, we will find ways to make our full body contribute to the movement rather than its parts moving independently.
As my interests expand to acrobatics & mindfulness, I will also bring different ingredients from those fields to enrich the practice in terms of motions & sensations.
I do not differentiate in between the way I deal with movement and how I deal with my daily life. My teaching is therefore a synthesis of my intuitive understanding of things I am actively practicing: awareness, self-honesty, challenge & playfulness.
Places: max 15 due to COVID-19 restrictions
Times: Saturday and Sunday : 13.00-16.30h
Price: Early bird: 50 – Regular price: 65
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Born in Belgium, Antoni Androulakis graduated from the « Conservatory of Antwerp – Artesis » (Belgium). Being an avid learner made him start another Bachelor in « La Manufacture » (Switzerland) directed by Thomas Hauert, where he focused on choreographic research as well as creating his own teaching material. Throughout his education, he has created several pieces, and has been a performer for David Zambrano, Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui, Wim Vandekeybus, …
These two last years, Antoni has worked with Rakesh Sukesh for the creation of the piece «Kurukshetra» (Belgium) and «Marked» from Adam Benjamin (England). He performed in various pieces of contemporary dance, as well as acrobatics with Alexander Vantournhout, Jordi L. Vidal, Edan Gorlicki among others. Besides being a performer, he has also been teaching in different countries across Europe and has been the choreographic assistant of the company Cocoon during the creation of «Attaque».