Bokning gäller för GAGA /måndagar 11.15!

Övrig daglig träning behöver inte förhandsbokas.

BOKA GAGA week 45-50 HÄR!



In addition to daily training: Monday, Wednesday and Friday 09.30 -10.30 we offer an open studio for members that do not want to take the daily training. The small or middle studio will be reserved for this time.

English: Link to online training for members is found in the members letter.


Extra satsning på ett träningsbibliotek!

Denna information är riktad till dig som är anställd i Dansalliansen eller är medlem i en Danscentrumorganisation.

Dansalliansen och Danscentrum Sverige har i samtal med medlemmar och anställda fångat upp ett behov utav komplettering av nuvarande träningsmöjligheter för frilansande dansare. Vi vill därför under våren prova om ett digitalt träningsbibliotek är ett användbart verktyg för professionella danskonstnärer i deras dagliga praktik.

Länk till träningsbiblioteket har skickats ut i medlemsbrev.


Laura Cheesman

Måndag, onsdag och fredagar 9.30 -11.00

Vecka 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47, 48, 49, och 50.

"I give a well structured ballet class with a high focus on strength and musicality. My class is aimed to suite professional dancers from different genres."


Laura Cheesman received her dance training in New York at Eglevesy Sclool of Ballet and The School of American Ballet. She danced professionally with American Ballet Theater, Metropolitan Opera Ballet, Universal Ballet, Malmö Baletten and Skånes Dansteater.

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Paul Pui Wo Lee

Vecka 33 Sommarträning i samarbete med Dansalliansen. Ingen föranmälan krävs till DA.

Feldenkrais® Awareness Through Movement® (ATM®) class 10.00-11.30.

Ballet, or just shifting through classical form... 11.45-13.15.

Feldenkrais® Awareness Through Movement® (ATM®) class

What's more possible for you beyond your habitual? Feldenkrais® Awareness Through Movement® lessons guide you to play with some unusual movements to see if there are strategies of moving that are easier, more effective, more wholesome, and more pleasurable. See how by refining the ability of your nervous system to manoeuvre your skeleton, you're refining the very process of taking efficient action. More understanding and increasing your neuromuscular possibilities can be helpful for injury prevention, performance enhancement, and artistic vitality. Would you have more sensation to think with, more thoughts to feel with, more feelings to sense with, or perhaps your internal language takes on another dynamic?

A good shot of awareness before the following contemporary ballet class…

Ballet, or just shifting through classical form...

I would like to open up the ballet class as a free space to play with options to enrich your artistic voice/expression and enhance your technical ease. Ballet class, for me, is an improvisation within the parameters that define its style. I hope to look beyond its supposed rigidity (be a rebel!) to find immense room for your personal flow and fluidity to emerge. How can we become better at recognising the choices available to us within the structure to allow our inner artist to forge our individual enjoyment of expression? What's right and what's wrong? What's perfection? This questioning could lead to something exciting. Steps in ballet are a means and not an end, right? Ballet can be more than just turning out, and instead, be a dance that is weaved from the quality of your personal choices - your artistry.


Paul Pui Wo Lee is a certified Feldenkrais practitioner and Jeremy Krauss Approach (JKA) practitioner and therapist, who currently serves as the rehearsal director and choreographic assistant at Of Curious Nature, a contemporary dance company. He graduated from Canada’s National Ballet School before training at the Rotterdam Dance Academy. He has danced with IT Dansa and GöteborgsOperans Baletten before working as a freelancer.

Paul is passionate about helping artists gain a sharper, embodied understanding about their personal movement possibilities to enrich the breadth of their technical and artistic palette. In this way they may expand their security and freedom of their performance from cultivating a healthier and more sustainable practice.

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Gwyn Emberton

Vecka 34, 35 Contemporary Tisdag och torsdag kl.9.30-11.00

Onsdagar 11.15 - 12.45

Gwyn’s contemporary classes are a blended mix of improvisation and led sequencing. The focus of each class will be to reach full bodied, dynamic movement using the body’s own weighted impulses and initiations to create flow and depth as we move. Dancers can expect to think about technique and then letting it all go again to just move, exploring shifting weight, going in and out of the floor, and dancing to a killer soundtrack and sometimes the odd pop song that make it a joyful and fun class.


Gwyn Emberton is a dance artist from Wales, UK who recently moved to Malmö, Sweden. He has been working as a performer, choreographer, teacher and dramaturg for 20 years. He has taught for companies such as National Dance Company of Wales, Russell Maliphant Company, Scottish Dance Theatre and Inbal Pinto in Israel, and at many international schools, for example The Place (London Contemporary Dance School), Suzanne Dellal Centre in Tel Aviv, Hong Kong Contemporary Dance Centre, and Balettakademier in Gothenburg and Stockholm as part of the collaborations with Swedish company ilDance.

In 2013, Gwyn created his own company which has since toured his mid-scale dance-theatre works across the UK. Through his choreography, he explores how to make socially and culturally conscious work that draws from the mixed heritage, culture and languages of his home country. His solo work has toured as part of the European dance network Dance Roads and he has choreographed for many cross disciplinary projects in Wales. Since 2014, Gwyn has also been an artist, dramaturg and producer for iCoDaCo (International Contemporary Dance Collective).

Gwyn continues to perform with the collaborative dance collective Light, Ladd and Emberton, creating and co-directing sited and site-responsive work that has a strong participatory edge. Gwyn has danced with choreographers/companies such as Akram Khan, Matthew Bourne, and Scottish Dance Theatre in the UK, and with Inbal Pinto in Tel Aviv, Israel, and worked with Russell Maliphant and a range of early-years choreographers as a rehearsal director and dramaturg.

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Mike Gamble

V. 35 Jazz Tisdag 11.15-13.15. Onsdag 18.00-19.30 Torsdag 11.15-13.15 Fredag 11.15-13.15.


Dance without joy and expression just isn't dance.

It's boring, unappreciative and non-committal - it's not fun to do nor fun watch. We dance because we like to - we like how music makes us feel, we like how it makes us want to move, we like how it all speaks to us and we like how the audience relates to us from what are bodies are doing and what they are saying.

Dance is a relationship between the music, the choreographer, the dancer and the audience. Within this relationship are three key/core components that allow us to effectively communicate the story to be told in each moment:

--MUSICALITY; listening to and understanding rhythmical components within music. --FIGURE; lines, shapes and body language within movement.

--EXPRESSION; energy, character and dynamics within performance.

Whether it is class or a production, we explore this communication and relationship by learning how the

body works through the individual parts utilizing movement patterns through elongation, isolation,

balance, release, power, energy and control; piecing the parts together into sequences, working across the floor done with traveling combinations meant to challenge and stimulate the mind and body in preparation to

speak/communicate; then finally communicating/telling a story via the movement - breaking thru the traditional

form and technique, dirtying it up and extending it with personal flavor. My style has been described as "Athletic" because of the energy and physicality exuded in the performance and required of myself and my dancers within my movement which pulls foundations rooted from African, Jazz,

Modern, Hip Hop, Commercial/Pop, House, Latin and basic human emotion.

There's a story to be told with a message - my message is to LIVE!

Live in the moment, live in the music, live out in life.

Allow yourself to feel. Allow yourself to dare.

Allow yourself to take risks and stumble or fall, getting right back up and keep on moving.

Just have FUN and DANCE!


How often do you find an instructor/ choreographer that actually teaches

and focuses on listening to the music and performing with energy instead of relying on counts and just dosing

out choreography? It's a rare find, but that's what you get (and more) in class with MIKE GAMBLE every time!

Originally from Hartford, CT, Mike hails from Philadelphia, PA where he garnered most of his training in West African, Hip Hop, Modern, Jazz, House, Breaking and Capoeira. While in Philadelphia he guest performed with Gwendolyn Bye and Dance Del Bello dance companies, choreographed for the Drexel University Dance Ensemble and Dance Team, and was an original founding member of FLOMotion, an international Hip Hop dance company, while also maintaining a career in Marketing and Special Events. In the summer of 2000, Mike made dance history becoming the first (and only) male to complete the final cuts of the Philadelphia 76ers Dance Team.

Mike moved to Los Angeles in 2003 and quickly became active in the commercial industry performing (dancing, acting and modeling) in music videos and commercials including work with artists Leela James, Chris Cornell and India Arie and companies including Target, Nike, Apple/iPod and Reebok. He has also produced, choreographed and directed burlesque companies whom have performed in and around Los Angeles, Reno, Laughlin and Las Vegas and with artists including Panic! At the Disco and R. Kelly, as well as companies including SPIKE TV and Trashy Lingerie.

While he continues to enjoy being in front of the camera, Mike is focusing his talents behind the scenes in production and education through the arts, having choreographed an Emmy-nominated children’s television program, producing and choreographing numerous events & shows, while also co-founding and running an international management agency with his long-time close friend/former agent whom herself was one of the top agents at the top two dance agencies in New York & Los Angeles.

His passion for spreading knowledge and the joy of dance has taken him on an international journey as he relocated in September 2009 to Gothenburg, Sweden where he is currently teaching master classes, workshops and daily classes as well as throughout Scandinavia, Europe and around the world, continuing to share his gift of inspiration and dance.

"My purpose in life is to inspire other people and I'm doing it one performance, one dance and one student at a time." --Mike Gamble

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Martina La Ragione

Vecka 36. Contemporary dance and floor work. Måndag - fredag 9.30-11.00

"The class will focus on dynamic of the spiral and the knowledge of the anatomical basis following the model of the skeletal structure, learning to know it in all its limitations and possibilities and to use it for the benefit of the movement on the floor through space.

Consciously directing the energy from the center to the extremities and joints, it will be possible to release and to take back the weight of the body in a continuous "drop-balance game" using the levers, the pressure of the points of support and acceleration.

There will be a focus on going through the space without ever forgetting that it is not only composed of one "air" space, but also by a "solid" space, the ground, the floor, the earth.Taking advantage of the gravitational principle to get on and off the ground, you gain and you lose the vertical position, moving nimbly your body weight through various levels and directions.

Improvisation and choreographic composition:

At first improvisation it will start from an exploration of the pure movement.

A meticulous observation of all the possibilities that the body has to move with the diversity in quality and dynamics. Particular attention will be paid to the insulations and understanding how each part of the body can start a movement, and append it to create what can be called

domino effect.

Starting from a sequence of movements built on the technical principles already explored, you will begin to improvise, editing, manipulating, interrupting and repeating the starting material by changing the quality and pace.


Will be explored together with floorwork as closely linked, gradually also a physical contact not only with the floor but especially with a real partner.

The focus will be to learn how to manage your weight with that of another body moving through simple sequences of holds using the principles of levers and accelerations learnt with floor work. Ultimately it will be possible to get in touch with the most intimate space, the one between our own body and the partners’."


Martina La Ragione

After 10 years of Vaganova Ballet training, she continues her dance education with Teri J. Weikel, Frey Faust, Ivan Wolfe, Janet Panetta.


she works for the american choreographer Teri J. Weikel and she dances for all the productions of her company (TIR DANZA, Modena).


- She works for Carolyn Carlson in the company Biennale di Venezia dancing in "Light Bringers" and "J.Beuys Song" with the musicians Giovanni Sollima and Maurizio Curcio choreographed by Carolyn Carlson.

- She works for "Palindrome dance company" (Robert Wechsler, Nurnberg).

- She creates for herself as young choreographer one solo, "Soloperdue" and "Long Necked Chicken", a duet with the italian musician Luigi Mosso performed in Italy, France and Czech Republik: Festival Drodesera-Trento, Festival Lavori in Pelle-Ravenna, Cantieri Teatrali Koreja-Lecce, Festival Ammutinamenti-Ravenna, Festival Danae-Milano, Teatro Due-Parma, Bassano Opera Estate Festival, Tanec Praha Festival, Festival de la Cité de Lausanne (Marco Cantalupo).


-After “Progetto Canova” a dance project with the Israeli choreographer Iris Erez, she is selected together with her collegue Valentina Buldrini for the "Choreoroam", a project of ten young choreographers (Italy/Bassano Opera Estate, UK/The Place London, Netherlands/Danse Atelier Rotterdam) and they create a duet "I sold my furcoat".


-she works for Deja Donne (Simone Sandroni and Lenka Flory) dancing in their production "A Glimpse of hope" , "P.S. Martina La Ragione", which is a Portrait that Sandroni created for her, "Not Made For Flying" and "Quartet". For the creation of “Not Made For Flying”, she was in Munich with Sandroni at the Muffathalle in residency and premiered at the Schwere reiter

From there on she starts to work a lot in the city of Munich:

- she works for Simone Sandroni as assistent for the creations "Das Madchen und der Messerwerfer" committed by the Bayerische


- she continues to collaborate with the Bayerische Staatsballett as choreographer for "Anna Tanzt" and "Heinrich Tanzt", a joint production of the Bavarian State Ballet/CAMPUS, the city Heinrich-Heine Gymnasium (from 2010 to 2016)

-she takes part at the Festival Think Big 2014

-she is one of the chosen choreographer for the KulturTagJahr 2014/15 at Luitpold-Gymnasium

-she works as choreographer in MAYA, a Mixed-Reality-Techno-Opera in the ruins of the heating plant Munich-Aubing 18th – 22th October, 2017, a project of the composer Mathis Nitschke (SCENARIO, MUSIC AND DIRECTION) with the amazing opera singer Martina Koppelstetter as Maya.

-she wins together with Valentina Buldrini the "Premio Equilibrio" at Roma Auditorium with the duet "WILL" (president of the jury Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui) performed in Milano, PIM OFF , Paris, June Events at (Carolyn Carlson), NID Platform, Pisa (Italy), Edimburg Fringe Dance Base Festival 2014.

-she dances for Romeo Castellucci in "Parsifal" at Teatro Comunale di Bologna" , choreographed by Cindy Van Acker.


-she continues to collaborate as dancer and choreographer with Deja Donne under the new artistic direction of Virginia Spallarossa and Gilles Toutevoix.

-She creates her new solo “I Always Wanted to Be…”

-She wins the Call for young choreographers “Resid’AND” at the Accademia Nazionale di Roma creating “Modo” a piece choreographed for the contemporary triennial students.

-Guest choreographer at DAF (Mauro Astolfi dance center, Lanificio, Rome) for the professional Daf Project.

-She works for the Italian dancer and choreoghrapher Gabriella Maiorino, (Italy/Amsterdam) for her last new project UOVO .

-Contemporary Floorwork teacher for the professional training course at AFI (Art Factory International, Bologna) under the artistic direction of Brigel Gjoka, dancer of the Forsythe Company and for ANFIBIA performing platform, under the artistic direction of Carlo Massari.


-she works for the project with the kids of the city “Suchen & Finden” at Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch (2019)

-she dances as guest for Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch in “Seven deadly sins” 2019/2020 (choreography by Pina Bausch).

-she dances in C&C Company for Carlo Massari in “Les Miserables” choreographed by Carlo Massari.

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Kari Vig Petersen

Vecka 38-42 GAGA Movement Måndagar 11.15-12.30.

A collaboration between Danscentrum Syd, Dansalliansen, ilDance and Teateralliansen.

Gaga is the movement research that was developed by Ohad Naharin throughout many years, parallel to his work as a choreographer and the artistic director of Batsheva Dance Company. Gaga was originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement. Gaga classes are predicated on a deep listening to the body and to physical sensations.

Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening the body and adding flexibility, stamina, agility, and skills including coordination and efficiency while stimulating the senses and imagination. The classes offer a workout that investigates form, speed, and effort while traversing additional spectrums such as those between soft and thick textures, delicacy and explosive power, and understatement and exaggeration. Participants awaken numb areas, increase their awareness of habits, and improve their efficiency of movement inside multilayered tasks.

Gaga/dancers classes employ the specific vocabulary and skills that are part and parcel of a dancer’s knowledge. The layering of familiar skills with Gaga tasks presents dancers with fresh challenges, and throughout the class, teachers prompt the dancers to visit more unfamiliar places and ways of moving as well, unlocking the endlessness of possibilities. Dancers are guided to connect their effort to pleasure and to discover the virtue of silliness.

The movement research of Gaga is in a continual process of evolution, and the classes vary and develop accordingly.

Gaga/dancers classes are 75 mins long.


Kari is a dancer and dance teacher living and working in Copenhagen, Denmark. She holds her bachelor degree in dance from Iceland Academy of the Arts. Kari participated in the Gaga Teacher Training Program in Tel Aviv, where she trained under Bosmat Nossan, Saar Harari and Ohad Naharin. She became a certified Gaga teacher in 2019. She is currently teaching Gaga for both dancers and non-dancers in Copenhagen, Denmark and Norway.

Gaga photo credit: Ascaf

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Siri Wolthoorn

Vecka 37 GAGA movement Måndag 11.15-12.30

A collaboration between Danscentrum Syd, Dansalliansen, ilDance and Teateralliansen.

Gaga is the movement research that was developed by Ohad Naharin throughout many years, parallel to his work as a choreographer and the artistic director of Batsheva Dance Company. Gaga was originated from the belief in the healing, dynamic, ever-changing power of movement. Gaga classes are predicated on a deep listening to the body and to physical sensations.

Gaga provides a framework for discovering and strengthening the body and adding flexibility, stamina, agility, and skills including coordination and efficiency while stimulating the senses and imagination. The classes offer a workout that investigates form, speed, and effort while traversing additional spectrums such as those between soft and thick textures, delicacy and explosive power, and understatement and exaggeration. Participants awaken numb areas, increase their awareness of habits, and improve their efficiency of movement inside multilayered tasks.

Gaga/dancers classes employ the specific vocabulary and skills that are part and parcel of a dancer’s knowledge. The layering of familiar skills with Gaga tasks presents dancers with fresh challenges, and throughout the class, teachers prompt the dancers to visit more unfamiliar places and ways of moving as well, unlocking the endlessness of possibilities. Dancers are guided to connect their effort to pleasure and to discover the virtue of silliness.

The movement research of Gaga is in a continual process of evolution, and the classes vary and develop accordingly.

Gaga/dancers classes are 75 mins long.


Siri Wolthoorn was born in 1985 in Aarhus, Denmark. She is educated from Hogeschool voor de Kunsten in Amsterdam, and has worked with Batsheva Dance Company Ensemble, Yossi Berg and Oded Graf Dance Theatre, Recoil Performance Group, Danish Dance Theatre and The Royal Theatre, Copenhagen. Siri has been teaching Gaga since 2009 and is currently studying Pharmaceutical Design and Engineering.

Jacob Walleberg

Vecka 36, 37, 38, Jazz tisdagar och fredagar kl. 11.15-12.45

Vecka 50 Jazz tisdag och torsdag kl. 11.15-12.45

"På mina klasser bygger vi teknik och styrka under uppvärmningen och fokus ligger på funktionalitet.

Jag försöker mer och mer inkorporera mitt PT-tänk i klassupplägget vad gäller övningarnas syfte.

När vi väl kommer till koreografier är fokus på musikalitet, dynamik och dansglädje!"


Jacob Walleberg är utbildad dansare på Balettakademiens dansarutbildning i Stockholm samt utbildad PT genom Safe-academy. Jacob har jobbat mest som musikalartist men också bl.a. som showartist på Wallmans i Köpenhamn och två år som modern/jazzdansare i kompaniet Oslo Danse Ensemble.

Han har jobbat på Oscarsteatern, Uppsala Stadsteater, GöteborgsOperan och Malmö Opera i musikalerna La Cage aux Folles, Top Hat, Billy Elliot och Spelman på taket.

Pietro La Loggia

Vecka 38 Gyrokinesis & Contemporary movement. Tisdag & torsdag 9.30-11.00. Onsd. 11.15-12.45.

Vecka 44 Tisdag och torsdag 9.30-11.00.

Vecka 49 Tisdag och torsdag 9.30-11.00.

The class is structured in two main parts:

Gyrokinesis inspired warm up start in simple exercise on the chair to warm up the joints, the spine in relation to the center of the body. Find connection with your core and the extremity, to move in coordination and fluidity in relation with breathing patterns.

Class continue by Contemporary approach, combine: release technique, strengthen exercise, balance and some gyrokinesis

movement. We finish with diagonal, jumping and combination movement.


Pietro La Loggia worked as a professional modern dancer in different dance company:

Concept dance (Fra); Euregio Dance (ND); Norrdance (S) Skånes Dans Teater (S).

Worked in different dance production as freelance dancer In Germany, Sweden, Danmark, Norway, France...

Became certified instructor on Gyrotonic, Gyrotonic for dancer and Gyrokinesis exercise method.

Vincent Jonsson

Vecka 37 Contemporary onsdag 11.15-12.45 torsdag 9.30-11.00

Vecka 43 Contemporary tisdag 9.30-11.00 onsdag 11.15-12.45 torsdag 9.30-11.00

"The class has a focus on functionality of movement that strives to improve the dancers efficient use and transferring of energy, momentum, in dancing.

It is based on my own artistic and movement research. The teaching addresses how to move around and through ourselves, how to travel through the space, both in the vertical and horizontal plane, how to work with jumps, runs, turns and slides. One term to describe the class is floor-work, but I also work with principles that can be applied in relation to a partner.

The class it self is energetic and deals with tools from both contemporary dancing, flying low, martial arts and other related movement practices."


Vincent is a graduate from the four year Dance and Choreography program at The Danish National School Of Performing Arts. He has so far created two solo works Relatable and Creature 1. He works in the collaboration A cCompany Dancing together with Riikka Lakea and is a part of IN action, a Swedish based dance collective. He has worked as a dancer and performer for Marina Abramović, Liz Kinoshita, amongst others. At the moment he is involved in productions with the company MYKA and Danskollektivet Ronny. Vincent has been teaching and been program responsible for the dance educations at Lunnevads folkhögskola in Sweden. He has been invited as a guest teacher at the dance education at Balettakademien Stockholm and SOZO visions in motion in Germany, amongst others. He has taught company classes for CORPUS at The Royal Danish Theatre and taught professional classes in Copenhagen, Helsinki, London and Berlin.

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Magnus Lundgren

Vecka 43, ENDAST FREDAG! 46, 47, 48 Jazz Tisdagar och fredagar 11.15-12.45

"Jag kör en ganska klassisk och basic grundläggande jazzuppvärmning som innehåller lite av det mesta och för hela kroppen. Lite uppmjukning, lite yoga, lite danselement, och teknik. Sen kör jag diagonaler med fokus på piruetter, grand battements och hopp. Sedan avslutar jag med koreografi. Gillar att kasta ut mycket material på en gång, lite som en auditionworkshop. I mitt koreografimaterial vill jag lägga fokus på de små detaljerna, stilförståelse, teknik och uttryck."


Magnus Lundgren är utbildad musikalartist vid Balettakademien i Göteborg och har medverkat i över 20 musikalproduktioner på Cirkus och Oscarsteatern i Stockholm, GöteborgsOperan, Malmö Opera, Nöjesteatern i Malmö och Det Kongelige Teater i Köpenhamn. Han har även verkat proffessionellt som koreograf och koreografassistent, och undervisar flitigt sedan åtta år tillbaka med uppdrag på bl.a. Balettakademien i Göteborg, Lunds Dans & Musikalgymnasium, Rydbergs Dance Academy och Dansstidion No1 i Malmö. Magnus undervisar i musikaljazz och hämtar influenser och inspiration av erfarenheter, nya som gamla, i yrket.

Lidia Wos

Vecka 39 / Modern Balett Måndag, onsdag och fredag kl.9.30-11.00

"Jag erbjuder en klassisk balettklass där det finns ett bra flöde i övningarna och där vi arbetar organiskt med hela kroppen. Jag fokuserar mycket på kvaliteten i varje enskild rörelse. Musikalitet, energi och rörelseglädje är betydelsefulla komponenter. En viktig aspekt med klassen är att vi ska bli uppvärmda och redo för resten av dagens övningar"


Lidia Woś är en frilansande dansare och koreograf med över 25 års erfarenhet från olika danskompanier och institutioner i bland annat Sverige, Polen, Tjeckien, Nederländerna och USA. Under sin karriär har hon mött ett mycket stort antal koreografer, dansare, pedagoger och klasslärare. Hon har arbetat med allt från klassisk balett och dramatisk teater till modern konceptuell dans och samtida dansteater. Baserat på sina erfarenheter har hon utvecklat en egen arbetsmetod och stil som bygger på ett organiskt rörelsespråk, lustfylld uppfinningsrikedom och respekt för sin omgivning. Detta är något som genomsyrar såväl hennes eget skapande som hennes undervisning.

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Kirstine Illum

V. 39, 41 Embodied dance/ Sensitive flow

Tisdag och torsdagar kl.9.30-11.00 Onsdagar kl.11.15-12.45

“My class is an embodied and explorative improvisation based practise, bringing in elements from yoga, authentic movement, breath work and the felt experience of being a human body. I'm very inspired by energy work and body Mind centering.

We will combine the alignment of the body with the connection to the floor and adding awareness of the breath to accomplish greater strength and explosivity.”


Kirstine Ilum has slowly moved from the stage to behind the scenes and has worked as a choreographer, teacher, producer, project manager, curator, co-founder, rehearsal director, tour manager, editor, driver, administrator, fundraiser, board member and mother.

Kirstine Ilum was the co-founder and director of the Malmö based dance company Somatic Noise. Today Kirstine is even working as a body therapist and yoga meditation teacher and has her own malmö based studio/clinic – read more at www.balanceroom.se

Marie Sol Sandberg

Vecka 39, 40 Jazz Tisdagar och fredagar kl.11.15-12.45

"Jag ger en väldigt fysisk jazz klass med fokus på hela kroppen, hela tiden. Jag gillar att leka med musiken och uttrycket och kombinerar många stilarter. Lovar svett, hopp, snurr, spark och kul!"


Marie Sol är utbildad modern- och jazzdansare från IWANSON i München. Sen hon blev klar i 2003 har hon jobbat i Danmark, Tyskland, Barcelona, Norge och Sverige med allt från musikal, show och tv till moderna produktioner. Senast dansade hon tillsammans med Matthew Bade i Jeanette Gostomskis Dansinstallation, Nya Vinklar, koreograferat av Kirstine Ilum. Marie Sol har även varit koreografisk assistent och rehearsal director hos Somatic Noise och Gazart.

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Nidia Martinez Barbieri


"Awaking proprioception, we initiate the class by exploring freely movements initiated by different body sections such as skin, connective tissue, muscles and bones. We move around the floor in an easy and organic way, following each one its own timing.

We come back to basic principles that organize our movement on the floor such as: supports and contact points on the ground, distribution of body weight, movements for and against gravity, use of moments to lighten the body, spiral movements, among others.

Once the body is ready we dance movement phrases variated in terms of dynamics, that include moments in high level and on the floor. "


Nidia Martínez Barbieri is an independent dancer, teacher and choreographer. Nidia graduated from La Plata dance school as a Dancer and Dance teacher in 2002. She became a Pilates instructor in 2006. Nidia works in dance projects since 2000, working with Argentinean choreographers such as Pablo Rottenberg and Lucas Condró.

She have worked in independent groups since the first years of her dance education. She lived in Brussels from 2011 to 2013, collaborating projects such as Festival Puentes. Once moved to Malmö, in 2013, she became member of the collective Nya Rörelsen koreografer i Skåne and Danscentrum Syd.

As a Danscentrum member Nidia is in daily contact with independent dancers, choreographers and teachers based in Malmö. She teaches dance and Pilates regularly since 2003 and 2007 respectively. Her body vocabulary is influenced by a variated of dance styles and techniques for movement, being for 15 - 20 years ago Eutonía and Flying Low two of the most relevant, and in the last years Pilates, modern jazz and ballet.

Fotograf: Christer Männikus.

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Erik Eriksson

Vecka 40 Tools for Tinkering

Tisdag och Torsdag kl.9.30-11.00 Onsdag 11.15-12.45

Vecka 45 Tools for Tinkering onsdag 10/11 11.30 -13.00

Class description:

”Tools for Tinkering”

Erik’s teaching gradually guides the participants through increasingly complex and intense interactions with their own bodies and minds, various objects, and other people in a class that resembles a mix of Scandinavian-Baltic dance parties, furniture moving, quiet meditation and a flowing moshpit. Departing from a careful analysis of a set of fundamental movement patterns common to many systems of physical training - squats, push and pull-ups - we explore what it takes for a human body to move: endurance, stamina, strength, mobility, power, speed, coordination, agility, accuracy and balance. How these capacities affect the way a body responds to environmental loads and the consequent adaptations. The class aims at providing a framework of general movement principles that can be practically applied to any specific situation or experience a dancer may encounter. Principles that also can be used as tools for structuring an individual physical practice, relevant for a dancers personal path and goals.


Erik Eriksson is a dancer, teacher, and choreographer. He completed his artistic education at P.A.R.T.S (Training and Research cycles, 2010-2014) and is currently working with Daniella Eriksson, Anika Edstöm Kawaji, Robin Haghi, Krišjanis Sants, Ieva Gaurilčkaite, and Veli Lehtovaara.

He teaches at institutions such as P.A.R.T.S, SEAD, Danish National School of Performing Arts, CORPUS and Skånes Dansteater. Erik’s artistic practice is rooted in the desire to find new ways of perceiving the world through physical engagement therein. To explore perceptual modes wherein we are responsible for our own perspective and point of view while being present as a point in other's view. Working mainly in site-specific locations, his work explores ways of weaving the audience's and performer's presence together with a shared space, guiding the audience's attention along new pathways in familiar terrains. He aims to create worlds of experiences that facilitate the exploration of one's relationship to the many dimensions of internal and external space - to change the world by altering the way one perceives it.

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Julia Ehrstrand

V. 41 Contemporary Jazz Tisdag 11.15-12.45 torsdag 11.15 -12.45 fredag 11.15-12.45

Obs! Håller även3 dagars Workshop i samarbete med Dansalliansen

Onsdag till fredag 13.00-16.00 ( Se workshop sidan för mera info! )

Class description:

" Julia teaches a contemporary jazz class that utilizes spinal articulations and release techniques, and to find an organic way of moving and at the same time challenge the dancers technique and to find maximum range of movement. It starts with a set technical warm up with elements of floor work, stretch and strength. The warm up flows thru for 45min and then we work on a choreography phrase for the rest of the class. A big focus is for the dancers to find their own interpretation and flow of the movement- to make it feel natural in your body. "

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Julia Ehrstrand graduated with a Bachelors Degree in dance/teaching from DOCH/University of Circus and Dance (Stockholm), She has also studied at Institut del Teatro (Barcelona) and graduated from the ISVP program at DNA in 2009.

She has danced for TNSP, Jana Hicks/Marijke Eliasberg, Max Stone, SexyBeastNYC, Carrasco Dance Company, Lane Co Arts and Carl Olof Berg, among others. Her choreography has been presented in various stages in NYC, Europe and Asia.

She has taught at The Juilliard School in (NYC), company classes for The Jose Limon Dance Company(NYC), The Royal Swedish Ballet School in Stockholm, DOCH University of Dance and Circus (Stockholm), Balettakademien (Stockholm), Daily Professional Classes for Danscentrum (Stockholm), Amsterdam School of the Arts (Amsterdam), UiS/ University in Stavanger and at PRODA (Norway), the Joffrey Ballet Summer Intensive (NYC), Ballet Hispanico, Peridance Capezio Center, Gina Gibney Dance, DNA, Steps on Broadway, Broadway Dance Center and SUNY Purchase. Julia has also been dancing/ choreographing/teaching in China, Taiwan, Mexico,Japan, Taiwan, Uganda and Ethiopia. Julia along with Max Stone, co-choreographed and performed for the Rainforest Foundation Fund presented at Carnegie Hall.

This organization is run by rock musician, Sting, and wife, Trudie Styler, and is devoted to protecting rainforests and their indigenous peoples. Julia was also selected to show her work at Bryant Park Contemporary Dance Festival in NYC 2018 and FIDCDMX in Mexico City. Julia was a longtime faculty at Steps on Broadway, Peridance and Gibney Dance Studios during her 11years in NYC.

Since 2018 she started EDC/ Ehrstrand Dance Collective ( a international dance community ) with recent performances in NYC, Mexico City,Sweden and Taiwan. She is currently (on hold due to Covid 19) traveling the world to commission choreography work, teaching master classes,also touring with EDC and holding her yearly “Styggbo Residency” in the Swedish country side.

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Johanna Fröjd/ Samarbete Malmö Dance Week 44 CANCELLED!

Vecka 44, Puls, Rytm & Freestyle, ett samarbete med Malmö Dance week.

OBS INSTÄLLD! Tisdag 2 november 11.15 - 12.45

" Med förankring till house traditionen kommer vi under mina klasser utgå ifrån pulsens och rytmikens kraft.

Vi kommer både arbeta tekniskt med lager på lager av rymt i varje cell i kroppen samt utforska vår egen freestyle och kreativitet i samklang med house musik"


Johanna Fröjd, är danskonstnär och baserad i Stockholm. Framförallt är hon inspirerad av house kultur med dess sociala och kulturella kontext och aspekt. Där utforskar hon freestyle dans inom olika fält både sceniskt, på klubb, jam, battle och som pedagog.

Det senaste året har hennes arbete kretsat kring det rituella, som när dans tar plats i kropp och sinne, och möjliggör förändring och utveckling hos deltagaren.

Under hösten har hon bland annat premiär av sitt verk Skiftet och medverkar som dansare i verket Festen av Viktor Fröjd och Figuren av Maria Naidu. Hon arbetar även som lärare på Åsa folkhögskola och är medlem i danskollektivet De La Vibe.

Johanna har utbildat sig på Åsa Folkhögskola och har en kandidat i demokrati och mänskliga rättigheter från Enskilda högskolan i Stockholm.

Arina Trostyanetskaya

Vecka 42 Modern balett Tisdag 19/10 kl.9.30.

"In this contemporary ballet class I like to focus on musicality, dynamic and functional way of using the ballet principles. I believe that ballet class could be approached as a practice of presence, a mindful understanding of your body, movement and space. It’s about finding your own organic and unique way of moving within the frame of ballet tradition, interpreting familiar exercises, developing spatial awareness and opening the door to creativity within."


I was formed as a dancer and later on as a teacher at Vaganova Ballet Academy, in St-Petersburg.

I have also studied at Rudra Bejart Ballet and had the honor to work with Maurice Bejart.

Later on I've met and performed in works by Jiri Kylian, Ohad Naharin, Alexander Ekman, Örjan Andersson, Paul Lightfoot and Saul Leon, Tim Rushton, Itzik Galili, Cathy Marston and other wonderful choreographers while working at Netherlands Dance Theatre 2, Danish Dance Theatre and freelancing. As a teacher I am influenced by great masters like Irina Chistiakova, Laura Bernasconi, Kevin Cregan, Yannick Sempey, Amy Raymond, Allyson Way and many others. I also

like to apply methods of William Forsythe and principles from Gaga. Keeping the general structure of a ballet class I focus on body placement: neutral position of the pelvis, active shoulder blades,

coordination of the arms, freedom in the hip joints ect .

I also like to pay attention to musicality and dynamics to help achieve better results in the center and in jumps, also to fully enjoy the flow of the class.

Photo by Lukas Hartvig-Moeller

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JADE & MUFASA / Collabor. Malmö Dance Week 44

VECKA 44 HipHop

Thursday and Friday 4&5/11 11.15-12.45

"The class we’ll create will be focused on how to make our hiphop abstrakt materials and a chance to express ourselves considering thé uniqueness of each. "

Smadar Goshen

Vecka 43 GAGA training i samarbete med ILDANCE och DANSALLIANSEN.

Måndag 25/10 kl. 11.15-12.45

Smadar Goshen is a freelance dancer and choreographer based in Stuttgart.

She graduated her B.A Dance & Choreography and her Masters’ Choreography in the Jerusalem Academy for Music and Dance.

Since 2011, she has been creating and performing professionally in various platforms worldwide.

In 2019 She studied the ‘Gaga movement language’ under the artistic direction of Bosmat Nosan, Saar Harari and Ohad Naharin, choreographer of Bat-Sheva dance company. As a certified Gaga teacher, she has been teaching independently and for Dance companies around

Germany, Switzerland and Austria.

Smadar is also a certified Gyrokinesis and Gyrotonic teacher and pre-trainer (teacher’s trainer). She has been working with the Gyrotonic movement method since 14 years. During 2020 she created and premiered her full evening duet ‘Peninsula Flora’ in Stuttgart.

In 2021 she crated two full evening pieces – ‘Hoomans’, premiered in WKV Stuttgart last July and ‘Rocking Women like Rock’, premiered in TheaterHaus Stuttgart last September, as well as a solo piece which participated in the 'Internationales Solo-Tanz-Theater’ Festival Stuttgart.

In addition, in 2021, she was invited to create a solo for ‘The dying swans project’ for Gauthier Dance company

and a quartet for 'ChoreoLab-Made in Ulm' by 'Tanz Labor Ulm’.

Maele "CHEZA" Sabuni

Vecka 44 House

Måndag 1/11 11.15 - 12.45

"Vi fokuserar på improvisation och hittar steg/moment som förekommer i Housedansens vokabulär.

Kanske kan vi hitta egna mönster / uttryck?

Målet är att förstå bredden av dessa verktyg och att framförallt hitta sig själv i det. "


Maele ”CHEZA” Sabuni har en lång bakgrund i den svenska streetdansscenen, framförallt som deltagare i olika tävlingar/battles där han vunnit titlar som Juste Debout Nordic, Abyss Housedance experience etc.

Studerade två år på Åsa folkhögskola, Five styles och Two Styles (Hiphouse).

Idag frilansar han (även internationellt) som Dansare/Koreograf/DJ i olika sammanhang; TV, artister, föreställningar, turnéer etc.

Koreograferat bidrag i Melodifestivalen, “Råttkungen” på Stadsteatern och den prisbelönta föreställningen Bach In The Street.

Jonas Svensson

Vecka 45 Modern balett

tisdag & torsdag 9.30-11.00 Onsdag 11.15-12.45

Vecka 47 Modern Balett

Tisdag och torsdag kl.9.30-11.00

"Min klass följer i grunden balettens uppbyggnad men är anpassad för moderna dansare. Jag fokuserar mycket på musikalitet och att det ska vara dansant och organiskt. Jag brukar variera musiken mellan olika musikstilar i min klass. Allt från jazz, populärmusik, folkmusik, balettmusik mm. Detta tror jag kan hjälpa dansarna att förhålla sig friare till rörelserna och att göra rörelsen till sin egen och inte falla in i invanda mönster."


Jonas Svensson är ursprungligen från Stockholm men har bott i Malmö i ca 16 år.

Jag är utbildad danspedagog och dansare vid Danshögskolan i Stockholm. Större delen av min karriär har jag jobbat som dansare i Skånes Dansteater. Jag var även med och startade dansgruppen Rytm bà som jobbar med stepp och rytm i kombination med modern dans.

I Skånes Dansteater har jag även jobbat som repetitör i flera omgångar. På senare år har jag även jobbat en del med teater bl. a. på Malmö Stadsteater.

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Heidi Vierthaler

Vecka 45 STREAMFLOW OBS! måndag - fredag kl. 11.30-13.00.

"Stream-Flow movement method, developed by Heidi Vierthaler, is a constantly evolving method using visual imagery and tactile exercises to help soften the body and heighten awareness on many different levels. Stream-Flow begins with an awakening of the senses and a scanning of the body.

It then continues to explore ones inner and outer body section by section in relationship to the space as well as other bodies in space.

Next step leads to delicate touch exercises. This causes an array of dynamics, from extremely fragile to surprisingly powerful.

Ideal for braking habitual movement patterns and opening up new movement pathways.

The interest in this movement method lies in discovering a deeper knowledge of the body’s possibilities and the continuous development of a distinctive movement language.

Stream-Flow is an effective and creative approach to bridging different dance forms which can stimulate new ideas for your own personal movement research.

During the morning training we will wake up the body section by section, bringing in a playful approach with diverse tasks and dynamics from Stream-Flow method.

The remainder of the class will be spent connecting the warmup to a movement phrase."


Heidi Vierthaler började sin karriär hos Pacific NW Ballet i Seattle. I mitten av 90-talet började hon undervisa och påbörjade sin europeiska danskarriär, med bland annat arbete med Ballet Frankfurt, The Forsythe Company och

Göteborgs Danskompani. Hon skapar även egna koreografier och har undervisat på kompanier och festivaler runt om iEuropa.

Currently, aside from directing my Amsterdam based collective “ Hato Project”, which focuses on the further development of Stream- flow method, and cross discipline performances with Industrial/fashion design and architecturally unique spaces. We are commissioned on a regular basis by Droog Design Netherlands, to create performances that fuse design and dance. I have created works for Scapino Ballet Rotterdam, Compania Nacional de Danza, Soloist Festival 2013 at Hanpac in Seoul Korea, Modafe Festival in Seoul 2014, Codarts University Rotterdam, Amsterdam

University of the Arts, Palucca Tanz Studio Dresden, Seattle Dance Project, Conservatory in Den Haag, amongst others.

As a dancer I’ve worked with the Gothenburg Tanz Kompanie, Ballet Frankfurt , The Forsythe Company, Ballet Dortmund, Tanzwerk Nurnberg, Ballet Chicago and Pacific NW Ballet.



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Rumiko Otsuka

Vecka 37 Contemporary Tisdag 9.30-11.00

Vecka 39 Contemporary Tisdag 9.30-11.00, Onsdag 11.15-12.45, Torsdag 9.30-11.00

46, 48 Contemporary Tisdagar och torsdagar kl.9.30-11.00 samt

Onsdagar 11.15-12.45

"My contemporary class is influenced by Cunningham and Limón techniques, also utilize release technique to find dynamics in the movement.

The class starts slowly with a simple series of exercises to warm up all the muscles and joints and aim to find articulations of the back as well as an organic way of moving.

Continue with floor exercises, which will strengthen core and right coordination of the body. Through the class I will guide to build up awareness of space and directions.

Class finishes with longer dance sequence to challenge dancers to find musicality, dynamics and individuality."


After Rumiko Otsuka graduated Arnhem Dans Academie in Holland 2001, she started her professional career as a dancer in Norrdans(SE).

She joined Skånes dans teater(SE) in 2005. She also worked different choreographers among, Recoil Dance Group/Tina Tarpgaard(DK), Zappala Danza(IT), Khamlane Halsackda(SE/UK), Somatic Noise(SE/DK), Camilla Stage(DK). She is a member of Nya Rörelsen and produces her own dance productions since 2013.

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Clara Björck

Vecka 49 Jazz Tisdag, torsdag & fredag 11.15-13.15. Onsdag 17.30-19.00

"Med en stark bas i jazzens dynamiska grunder: låg tyngdpunkt, suspension, musikalitet och form har jag byggt upp en klass där du som deltagare ska få möjlighet att arbeta igenom kroppen och få med dig inspiration in i din egen verksamhet, vare sig du undervisar eller är dansare. Klassen innehåller en gedigen uppvärmning med fokus på att bygga upp styrka och flås. Detta följs av förflyttningar över golvet och avslutas med en längre koreografi. Ibland väver jag även in improvisation i klassen med utgångspunkt i ett fysiskt eller musikaliskt utforskande.

Jag är starkt influerad av min samtid och försöker inkorporera flera av jazzens olika stilar och uttryck – utan att för den skull släppa dess tradition."


Clara Björck är utbildad Jazzdanspedagog på Dans och Cirkushögskolan i Stockholm och arbetar numera som frilansande pedagog, koreograf och dansare.I sin undervisning har hon mött både barn och vuxna, professionella och nybörjare och har ett stort intresse för hur man kan utveckla jazzdansen både konstnärligt och i undervisningssituationer.

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Jens Schyt Brondom

Vecka 50 Contemporary Movement

"Through a very physical morning practice DeLeónCompany offers a space for each body to warm up through a guided improvisation method and thereby listen to their bodies.

Through shifting of weight, traveling across space and moving into the floor we facilitate how to recognize the body’s weight and using it as a motor to generate momentum. The body’s physical limitations are potentially erased.

Imagination plays a huge part in the work, and by introducing colourful universes the mind is offered the ability to accept such states as failure, play and being lost.

The practice aims to develop a sense of internal awareness which can bring each participant further in their own physical practices and daily life."


Educated from the Ballet Education, Longmont Dance Theater in Colorado with addition to receiving a BA in Dance & Choreography from the Danish National School of Performing Arts. Jens founded DeLeónCompany in 2013 and has choreographed and danced for the company since. As a dancer Jens has been a member of Sita Ostheimer Company since 2016, performing and touring pieces such as “Molimo” and “US” throughout Europe and Asia. In Denmark Jens has simultaneously worked with Uppercut Dance Theater, Anja Gaardbo, Østre Gasværk and The Royal Danish Opera etc.

Jens is an experienced teacher, and with inspiration from his time with Sita Ostheimer Company, has been able to share his experiences with numerous dance schools throughout Europe and Asia since 2014.

Stina Strange Thue

Vecka 50 Contemporary Movement

"Through a very physical morning practice DeLeónCompany offers a space for each body to warm up through a guided improvisation method and thereby listen to their bodies.

Through shifting of weight, traveling across space and moving into the floor we facilitate how to recognise the body’s weight and using it as a motor to generate momentum. The body’s physical limitations are potentially erased.

Imagination plays a huge part in the work, and by introducing colourful universes the mind is offered the ability to accept such states as failure, play and being lost.

The practice aims to develop a sense of internal awareness which can bring each participant further in their own physical practices and daily life."


Educated from the Ballet Academy in Gothenburg and a postgraduate in dance facilitation from the National Danish School of Performing Arts.

In 2017 Stina became the Artistic Producer for DeLeónCompany.

With responsibility for production of all projects, Stina, simultaneously engages as a dancer and teacher for DeLeónCompany.

Stina is currently a movement teacher at Roskilde Festival Højskole and practicing yoga teacher. She has taught creative movement/dance through various public school programs and facilitated community projects through Dansehallerne, sART Dancetheater etc.

As a performer Stina has danced in pieces at Østre Gasværk and Bellevue Theater.

Maria Naidu

"The SAFE® FLOOR spine workout has breathtaking immediate impacts; more freedom in the joints, more muscle flexibility, movements are anti-inflammatory, they do wonders against stress. This Award-Winning neuromuscular technique was developed by Alex Munz, former Principal ballet dancer, in collaboration with scientists"


Läs mera här: Maria Naidu

Theresa Gustavsson

V. 5, 6, 7, 8 Groove & Rhythm onsdagar kl.11.15-12.45

"With a strong interest in body mechanics, motor skills and rhythms I like to break down movements and challenge my body control. With the help of different styles, exercises and concepts focusing on "groove" - the relation between head, chest and hips, "rhythm" - in footwork and body poly-rhythmics, we will challenge our motor skills and body control to strive for a stronger movement freedom and understanding. Welcome!" - Theresa


Theresa is a versatile dancer who has worked in the street dance scene since 2005. Her main focus has been within the streetdance styles; Hiphop, House, Locking & Popping, however her versatility stretches beyond these. She has a strong interest in cultural dances and she has spent a lot of time on research travels learning different African and afro diasporan dances. In addition, she has been teaching at Stockholm University of the Arts, Ballet Academy Sthlm, Danscentrum and giving national and international workshops. Theresa is a active member of the streetdance community, traveling and participating in battles and events around the world, she also works hard for the Swedish scene and has been organizing over 40 events. Since 2019, she has been based in Malmö, you can find here drop-in classes on Mondays at DCS. Besides her classes she is currently working with the Non-profit organization and company AFIA, which will premier and tour with their first production called "YEBO YES!" with Dansnet Sweden March 2021.

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Yared Cederlund

V.9, 10, 11, 12 Freestyle Kl.11.15-12.45

"På mina klasser gräver vi djupare i vår freestyle, dvs vår egen dans och kontakt till den. Hur kan

vi förstärka den kontakten? Hur kan vi få mer kreativ frihet och flow när vi dansar? Vad är våra

begränsningar och hur använder vi dom? Detta är några ämnen vi kan använda oss av när vi

utforskar vår egen freestyle dans för att se vilka svar som kommer till oss."


Yared Tilahun Cederlund, född den 1 Januari 1989 i Stockholm Sverige, är en dansare som är

aktiv inom Streetdance-scenen och den fria scenkonsten.

Yared började sin dansresa som 9-åring och har sedan dess kunnat ses på olika scener runt om i

världen. Åren 2006 - 2011 var han aktiv inom Battle-scenen och syntes ofta på event som Streetstar

(Sverige) och Juste Debout (Frankrike). På senare år har Yared varit delaktig i en rad olika

dansföreställningar som exempelvis “DRONE” av Erik Linghede, “Mental State of Sweden med

Cullberg” av Mattias Andersson, “Tillvaron” av Viktor Fröjd och “Kontakt” av Lisa Janbell.

KROPPSKLUBBEN - Jilda Hallin och Lisa Nilsson

V 8. 22, 23 och 24/2 Dansträning med KROPPSKLUBBEN kl. 11.15-12.45

"KROPPSKLUBBEN vänder och vrider genom rörelse på kroppen för att uppleva den ur olika perspektiv.

Med pepp, omtanke, kärlek och humor tar vi oss an delar av kroppen som ofta betraktas som pinsamma, tabubelagda eller hamnat i skymundan.

Ett feministiskt perspektiv ligger till grund för vårt arbete."

Kom och väck kroppen, yoga, skaka och dansa loss med oss! Det finns chans till popmusik!

KROPPSKLUBBEN drivs av de konstnärliga ledarna Jilda Hallin och Lisa Nilsson sedan starten 2015.

Lydia Gelang

Vecka 19 Måndag 10/5 11.30 -13.00 Contemporary-Jazz


"Det är en contemporary-jazz klass som börjar med en uppvärmning uppbyggd på tekniska och styrkande övningar. Sen gör vi någon övning över golvet för att sedan avsluta med en kombination. Där ligger fokus på att hitta vårt eget rörelsespråk och utforska materialet på olika sätt."


Lydia Gelang är en professionell dansare och koreograf som är utbildad i Los Angeles och nu bosatt i Stockholm. Senast var hon på turné med musikalen Flashdance i Tyskland. Hon har även uppträtt på olika scener som Malmö Opera i föreställningen ”Tänk Om” och på Tv-program som ”Sommarkrysset”, ”Talang” och ”Fotbollsgalan”. Lydia har koreograferat till scener som Wallmans Salonger i Köpenhamn och till artister som Clara Mae och Mapei.

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Daglig träning på Danscentrum Syd håller en hög nivå för professionellt verksamma utövare inom dansfältet, främst dansare, koreografer och pedagoger. Klasser och workshops finns i stilarna balett, modernt/nutida dans, jazz och street.

Vem kan delta? Behöriga till den dagliga träningen är:

  • frilansande dansare

  • koreografer

  • danspedagoger

Gäller yrkesverksamma; genomgått en godkänd yrkesutbildning, inskrivna på AF kultur eller anslutna till Teaterförbundets riksavdelning för dans. Den som inte kan påvisa yrkesverksamhet under de senaste fem åren eller inte kan upprätthålla rätt nivå på klass kan nekas rätt till den dagliga träningen. Dansare och koreografer från institutionsteatrarna kan delta i träningen i mån av plats.

Priser MEDLEM våren 2021:

Terminskort: 900 kr

Enskild klass: 100 kr

Veckokort: 300 kr

Klippkort/10 klasser: 750 kr. Obs! Gäller ett år från inköpsdatum.

Veckokort och klippkort gäller endast på den plats där det är köpt. Terminskortet kan endast köpas hos den DC-förening där du är medlem.

Terminskort gäller även i DCVäst, DCStockholm (ej Balettakademin), DCNorr och på Dansehallerne Kbh.

Priser ICKE MEDLEM våren 2021:

Terminskort: 1500 kr

Enskild klass: 150 kr

Veckokort: 500 kr

Klippkort/10 klasser: 1000 kr Obs! Gäller ett år från inköpsdatum.

Alla träningskort gäller endast där du köpt dem.

Sharing sessions är kostnadsfritt för medlemmar. För icke medlemmar 1 klipp eller 100/150 kr/session.

Observera att baletten/daglig träning på Balettakademien, Stockholm ej ingår i vårt träningskort.