Analog Dance Works Offers Monthly Contemporary Dance Workshops

Analog Dance Works is offering monthly Contemporary Dance workshops for advanced/professional dancers ages 18+.

June Workshop
Tuesday, June 29, 2021
12:00-1:30pm

at the Threads Dance Nexus

These workshops are designed for the advanced/professional dancer of any discipline and background. The class explores technical and performance skills through imagery, spatial orientation, and detailed use of the kinesphere. We will also visit phrase work from Serve Id, Brenna’s new work to be presented in May, 2022.

The Threads Dance Nexus provides a free parking lot, has free street parking, is a two minute walk from the Franklin Light Rail Station, as well as a 2-5 minute walk from the nearest bus stops for lines 2, 9, 22, and 67.

Class size is limited, contact us in advance to reserve your spot. Email Brenna at analogdanceworks@gmail.com to reserve your spot or to get a Zoom link. Pay via Venmo @Brenna-Mosser or donate to Analog’s GiveMN page. Reservation deadline: one hour before workshop begins.

Suggested price is a sliding scale of $5-$15. All are welcome here. No one will be turned away for lack of funds. 

 

Body-Mind Centering® Weekend with Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad

July 10-11, 2021
Saturday and Sunday, 10:00am-5:00pm

$200 regular fee.
$160 Early Booking Discount if paid in full before July 1!
PayPal: info@bodycartography.org
Due to COVID restrictions, enrollments maybe limited so register as soon as you can.

Information and registration: everybody@bodycartography.org

Body-Mind Centering® is an experiential approach to embodiment, movement and consciousness. Developed by Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen over the last several decades, BMC works with the conscious embodiment of anatomical, physiological, psychophysical, embryological and developmental principles. It uses anatomical information, guided movement, intentional touch, voice, expressive arts, and a developing awareness of the play of conscious attention, or mind.

This class is for movers, dancers, performers, yoga practitioners, bodyworkers, occupational and physical therapists, somatic psychotherapists, infant/child educators, and those from other body-mind disciplines interested in unraveling the mystery of embryological development as it relates to cellular consciousness, movement, and mindfulness.

Olive Bieringa and Otto Ramstad are a dance, performance and visual artists working at the intersection of social and creative practice, pedagogy, and healing. They are certified teachers and practitioner of Body-Mind Centering and directors of Somatic Education Australasia. Together they collaborate as the BodyCartography Project whose mission is to engage with the vital materiality of our bodies and minds to create live performance that facilitates a re-enchantment of embodiment, relationship, and presence.

Body-Mind Centering® is a registered service mark of Bonnie Bainbridge Cohen.

Summer Dance Intensive with Collide Theatrical

July 19-23 and July 26-30, 2021
Monday-Friday, 9:30am-3:30pm
Ages sixteen and older.

Train with some of the Twin Cities top talents in theatrical jazz dance while taking your dance and performing skills to the next level. Our program is tailored to meet the individual goals and needs of EACH dancer. ALL ARE WELCOME.

Daily Class Sample Schedule:
9:30-11:00am: Ballet Technique
11:00-12:30pm: Jazz Technique
1:00-3:30pm: Classes in Acting, Modern, African, Contemporary, and more!

Teachers include Chelsea Rose, Allyson Richert, Katie Bradley, Da’Rius Malone, and more! The two-week intensive culminates with an opportunity to audition for Collide’s 2021/2022 Performing Apprentice Program.

Scholarships available for BIPOC applicants and those underrepresented in dance. Email Chelsea@collidetheatrical.org for more information.

Classes take place at the Collide Studio in St. Paul.

TU Dance Center: Pre-Professional Summer Intensive

The TU Dance Pre-Professional program is an intensive course of study integrating modern, ballet, African dance, and creative workshops for students ages 11 to 24. The TU Dance Summer Intensive builds a strong technique while exploring individual artistry.

Levels 1-3: July 5-24
Registration Deadline: June 30, 2021

Levels 4-5: August 2-21
Registration Deadline: July 26, 2021

For program details, level placement and to register visit https://www.tudance.org/summer/ or contact School Coordinator Maxine Yamazaki at education@tudance.org or (612) 235-7634.

Scholarships available!

TU Dance Center: Summer 2021 – EQUIPOISE Program

July 28-August 24

In partnering with TU Dance, Equipoise will provide the unique, hybrid (online/in person), opportunity of having individualized curriculum alongside one-on-one assessment sessions and coaching that compliment and deepen professional training.

Equipoise is a diverse collective of established professionals offering expertise in relevant areas of the performing arts – supporting and mentoring young dance artists and providing tools and resources to nurture the growth, development, and success of professionally oriented dancers.

In addition to the TU Dance Summer Intensive classes, Equipoise will provide the following workshops and sessions: Self-care/Health and Wellbeing, Contract Fluency, Audition Coaching, Self Advocacy, Personal and Professional Budgeting, Personal Branding, Injury Prevention, Resume Preparation, Workers’ Rights, and more.

Registration Deadline: July 7

Scholarships and payment plans are available for qualifying students. Scholarship application deadline: July 26, 2021. Please contact TU Dance School Coordinator Maxine Yamazaki at education@tudance.org for more information.

TU Dance Center: Children and Teen Summer Program

The TU Dance Center Children and Teen Program introduces the joy of creative movement and beginning dance technique. Classes, divided by age, provide a comprehensive base on which to expand by developing body awareness, coordination, balance, flexibility, strength and musicality.

Registration Deadline: June 30, 2021

Creative Movement: July 19-23
A one-week program for children ages 5-8 where students will experience the connection between movement and creativity.

Bridge Level: July 12-24
A two-week program for students ages 9-13 preparing for a deeper engagement in dance that includes introductory dance technique classes with a focus on the creative process.

Teen 1: July 5-24
A three-week program, typically for students aged 14-19, where students learn the fundamentals of dance while exploring individual artistic expression with a focus on modern technique, Hip-Hop and African Dance as well as workshop/choreography.

For more information and to register visit https://www.tudance.org/summer/ or contact School Coordinator Maxine Yamazaki at education@tudance.org or (612) 235-7634.

Scholarships available!

Young Dance Summer Classes and Camps – Register Now

Discover movement possibilities with Young Dance this summer!

Register now for summer classes and camps in creative movement, Afro-Brazilian, body percussion, ballet, hip hop, modern, and more. Summer programs are offered in a hybrid format, unless otherwise noted in registration, with both in-person and online options for participation.

Classes and camps include:
Creative Movement 1 – Ages three to five
Creative Movement 2 – Ages five to seven
Dance a Story – Creative Movement and Storytelling Adventure! – Ages four to seven
Dance Together – Ages one to three with a caregiver
Create! Dance and Photography Camp – Ages eight to fifteen
Explore the World Variety Dance Camp! – Ages eight to eighteen
Dance Pass to Explore – Allows dancers to drop in and experience a variety of classes – Ages seven and older
All Abilities Dance and Stories – Ages seven and older

For summer session information and registration visit: register.youngdance.org.
We can’t wait to dance with you!

Dance Pass to Explore with Young Dance

Dance Pass to Explore allows dancers to drop in and experience a variety of classes.

Classes include: All Abilities Dancing, Ballet, Modern, and Hip Hop.
This program is offered in a hybrid format, with both in-person and online options for participation.

Mondays, June 21, 28; July 5, 12, 19

All Abilities Dancing
Ages seven and older
5:00-6:15pm

Tuesdays, June 22, 29; July 6, 13, 20

Ballet
Ages seven to twelve
5:00-6:00pm

Modern
Ages seven to eighteen
6:15-7:30pm

Thursdays, June 24; July 1, 8, 15, 22

Hip Hop
Ages seven to eighteen
6:15-7:15pm

Tuition:
Drop-in class: $16
5-class pass: $75
10-class pass: $150
Unlimited: $225

Discover movement possibilities with Young Dance this summer! Register: register.youngdance.org.

Summer Feldenkrais Series with Sarah Baumert

The Walking Series
an 8-week Feldenkrais Series with Sarah Baumert

This series will start from the ground up by addressing the form, function, suppleness, and responsiveness of your feet. These lessons will help you integrate and find coordination between the feet to the legs, all the way up through the pelvis, spine to head. We will play with finding the springy innate intelligence of the feet, allowing you to connect to the earth with greater adaptability.

From there, we will explore the head and pelvis relationship, how to move from the whole spine, and improve the freedom of your head. All of these are critical components of balance, maintaining ease in an upright posture, and effortlessness in walking.

The later part of the series will work with standing lessons to learn more about how you shift your weight. This clarification of the hip joints and their relationship to your feet and your spine will translate towards more ease and grace when walking.

These lessons can not only make you feel taller and stand with more ease, but in general can dramatically help you improve your balance and walk with more ease, grace, and confidence. Walking is complex, but when done efficiently, it can feel simultaneously buoyant and grounded!

June 13 – August 15 – It is not too late to join this series.
No class July 4, August 4, or August 8.

Sundays, 4:00-5:00pm CST
Wednesdays, 6:30-7:30pm CST
Each lesson is taught twice. You have the choice to come to one or both days.

$150 for the series.
Please contact Sarah directly to inquire about scholarships for the series.

Join Ballet Royale for Dalmatians-Inspired Story Ballet Workshop

Give your young dancer the joy of dance and performance!

Saturday, June 19, Ballet Royale is offering a Dalmatians-inspired Creative Story Ballet Workshop! The workshops include a short performance at the end. Two more workshops are coming up July 17 and August 14. Take one, two, or all three!

Recommended for ages four through nine. Class sizes will be limited to maintain social distancing.

Three separate in-person workshops (take one, two or all three):

Saturday, June 19, 10:00am-11:00am – Dalmatians-inspired

Saturday, July 17, 10:00am-11:00am – theme TBA

Saturday, August 14, 10:00am-11:00am – theme TBA

Please contact the studio with any questions. We would love to dance with you!