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How does listening work? What does it do for us? Listening is the ability to tune in and out when we want to. Our ears function as a double antenna, receiving messages from both the body and the environment. They help us define our notion of space and time, they help us control our balance and coordination, they guide our eyes when we read, our hands when we write or draw …
On the first day of this workshop by Adalisa Menghini, we will focus on the interconnection between listening to our body and listening with our bodies. On the second day, we will explore how we listen to time and space. And together we will tackle the question of how we can adapt these tools to work with children and youngsters.
Adalisa Menghini is a teacher, choreographer and performer. She studied at the School for New Dance Development in Amsterdam, took classes from Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen, holds a postgraduate degree in Neurophysiologic Psychology and is a teacher of the Feldenkrais method. She does improvisation, creates pieces and has been collaborating with different artists including Nita Little, Keith Hennessy, Kirstie Simson, Sasha Waltz and Tino Sehgal. Twice she was awarded the prize ‘Kinder zum Olimp’ for her work with children. She is co-founder of the educational advance program ‘Somatische Beglaitung Für Kindern und Jugendliche’ at the Somatic Academy of Berlin.
Price (standard): € 100
Prijs (reductietarief): € 80