Level 1 teachers’ training course

Dates: 18th to 21st of July 2016
Hours: From 10:00 to 13:00 and 14:30 to 17h:30  
Where: Théâtre Francis Gag, 3 Rue de la Croix, 06300 Nice, France
How much: 400 €, early birds 350 € before 31.05.2016

Content:

- Understanding posture, alignment and misalignments
- Study of fundamental basic principles of verticality and alignment
- Observing the mechanics of the joints and their role in individual movement potential
- Enhancing the sense of movement (proprioception) through the study of three methods of feeling
the deeper laying, red muscle fibers
- Strengthening and stretching the deeper laying red muscle fibers and their role in dance techniques
- Why visualize and draw joints and certain muscles
- Some facts about the deeper laying, red, and the superficial, white muscle fibers

 

Level 2 teachers’ training course

Dates: 3rd to 5th July
Hours: From 10:00 to 13:00 and 14:30 to 17:30  
Where: L'Entre-Pont – Hublot- 16 rue de Roquebillière - 06300 Nice
How much: 300 €, early birds 250 € before 31.05.2016

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Dates:  6th to 9th July
Hours: From 10:00 to 13:00 and 14:30 à 17:30  
Where: Conservatory of Luxemburg
How much: For information contact balletbodylogic@gmail.com or arieldanse@orange.fr

Content:

 

BalletBodyLogic, created by Annemari Autere, is an innovative approach to movement analysis. Her vision of the muscular system consisting of inside and outside muscles where technique is taken care of by the deeper laying res muscle fibers, offers a unique approach to mastering the dancers' instrument – the body. Based on basic movement patterns and the study of the fundamental principles of verticality and alignment, BalletBodyLogic allows each dancer to approach an ideal skeletal alignment and thus effortlessly control various dance techniques. To cite Mabel E. Todd, "Why hold our bony parts together when we can let them sit or hang ?"

 

Annemari Autere

Dancer, choreographer and dance teacher, Annemari Autere began her career as a dancer with Norwegian National Ballet, also a member of the Royal Swedish Ballet Company, she has danced in several television productions and participated in several tours in Scandinavia, Europe, USA and Canada. Associate Professor at the University of Nice Sophia Antipolis from 1997 to 2009, she developed her method, BalletBodyLogic; which led to invitations to lecture and teach at several universities in Finland, Sweden, the Netherlands, Estonia, Latvia, Spain, Portugal and the United States etc. in professional schools like the Norwegian National Ballet's Ballet School, the National Ballet School of Riga and Riga Contemporary Dance Festival in Latvia, workshops at the Arts Printing House, Vilnius, Lithuania, the ADF (American Dance Festival) in Durham NC., and to companies like the National Ballet of Riga and Tallinn, 5 Fine dance company in Tallinn, Estonia,  Physical Virus Collective (PVC) in Freiburg, Germany, and to participate with movement sessions and Power Point presentation  at international conferences like IADMS (International Association for Dance Medicine and Science), NOFOD (Nordic Forum for Dance Research), Tamed (TantzMedicinDeutschland), UNESCO / CID, WDA (World Dance Alliance

Annemari Autere

The Feeling Balletbody - Building the Dancer's Instrument According to BalletBodyLogic, (Dorrance Publishing Co.), (Pittsburg), 2013.