Shared Levitation
16.1. – 18.1. 2020 with Marion Sparber & Alan Fuentes-Guerra, was an important part of our Intensive Training season 2020. We are working on the new program 2022!

With the help of exercises in different constellations, (duos, trios, small groups and the whole group) we will play with movement, Partnering principles and adapt every time to a new partner and universe – we listen, follow and direct the movement as one functioning organism through space. This workshop is a three day intensive intensive for experienced movers.

Our goal is to be awake and present, as well as engage with our whole body, connect to ourselves, the space, the partner and to all the partners inside the space. Throughout the sessions we will build trust and awareness as well as technique and strength which give us a better understanding of dancing in a couple.
We get ready to jump, cross, push, pull, avoid, embrace and suspend each other. In the Shared Levitation class we like to focus on an organic way of Partnering, based on action/reaction principles inspired by Contact Improvisation, fighting styles as well as social dances such as Salsa and Tango.

The access to the movement from a perspective of a deeper connection is our goal. That is why we try to avoid the superficial habit of copying shapes without understanding the realness of the movement. Instead we motivate every couple to find a unique way of communicating with the other dancers and look for individual solutions and variations of the choreographical material which we will teach at the end of every class.

This extracts of our choreography „Porzellan-Haus“ will be different ones from the Goa-mainworkshop and every part has a different focus in the movement and intention.

Each couple will be coached by us in the technical excecution of the material as well as the creative part, changing the set material into their own, new version.

This workshop is thought to help experienced dancers in their process as movers as well as in the creation of Partnering-choreography. It aims to inspire to use dancing with a Partner as a tool for communication.

Regular contribution: – INR

Indian Nationals: – INR


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About the teachers of the Shared Levitation Workshop:

Originally from South Tyrol in Italy, Marion is a professional dancer/instructor based in Berlin, Germany.
She received her professional dance training at Varium and Iwanson.
As a teacher she has been working in several schools and festivals in Italy, Spain, Costa Rica, Russia, Portugal, Poland, Switzerland, Austria and Germany a.o at B12 Festival, Deltebre Dansa, Cyrkulacje Festival, Sfera Ruchu Torún (Poland), Munich DancePAT, Iwanson School, Profitraining Freiburg, Leipzig and Köln, Ballettförderzentrum Nürnberg, Kari-Tanzhaus, Academy Dancer Russia, University of St. Petersburg, Summer for friends (Russia), DASS Summer Workshop (Portugal), Varium (Barcelona), Marameo, Dock 11, Etage, Seneca, Danceworks, Tanzfabrik (Berlin), Performact (Portugal), Tanzhaus Zürich, Tanzbüro Basel, Vim Vigor (New York), Flow Movement (Colorado), Athletic Playground (San Francisco), Diavolo Company (LA), Nomada Festival (El Salvador), Guatemala (Rambla Festival), Espacio Nómada (Costa Rica), La Cantera (Mexico City), Encuentros Mutantes Festival (Queretaro, Mexico), Lagos Sea Dance, Arnhem Mejses a.o.

Marion has collaborated as a dancer with choreographers such as Francisco Córdova/Physical Momentum, Stella Zannou, Sonia Rodriguez, ADN-Dialect, Eldon Pulak and as a guestdancer of Weedance Company.

Alan Fuentes-Guerra is a Mexican dancer and teacher. He trained at EPDM and SEAD. There he was part of the company “Bodhi Project”, which toured internationally. He has worked on choreographies with Sita Ostheimer, Etienne Gilloteau, Cecilia Lugo, Miguel Mancilla, Francisco Córdova, and Marion Sparber. He has performed and taught throughout Europe and North America. His last debut is the play “Myth” by Karolin Stächele in Freiburg.

Alan was teaching in following schools and festivals: Kirov and St. Petersburg (Russia), Dock 11 (Berlin), Marameo (Berlin), TanzRaum Wedding (Berlin), Cyrkulacje Festival, Rozbark in Motion Festival and Sfera Ruchu Torún (Poland), Profitraining Freiburg (Germany), Espacio ZM (Seville, Spain), C.C. Barceloneta (Barcelona, Spain), Fabrik Potsdam (Potsdam), Yizong Bagua (Cologne), Kari Tanzhaus (Kempten, Germany), La Cantera (México), Flow Movement (Colorado, USA), Athletic Playground (San Francisco, USA), Diavolo Company (LA, USA), Nomada Festival El Salvador, Guatemala (Rambla Festival), Espacio Nómada (Costa Rica), Encuentros Mutantes Festival (Queretaro, Mexico), Arnhemse Mejses, Lagos Sea Dance and Deltebre Dansa a.o