IN STUDIO: Due to the circumstances we have to set a limit on 11 individuals per class. This will continue for as long as physical distancing is needed. For classes in studio, see the schedule below.

EXTRA OPEN STUDIO IN THE TIME OF CORONA: The middle and/or small studio will be open during daily training times for those of you that want to do your own training there.

LIVE STREAMING: We are live streaming some daily training classes at Danscentrum Syd's fb page - dates and times time will be announced on our fb and instagram and in the daily training schedule.

Note: We will publish information on the status of classes and streaming from week to week, on our social media.



In addition to daily training: Monday, Wednesday, 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. NOTE! This time is extended during corona times and the following limitations of the daily training capacity.


Laura Cheesman

"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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Maria Naidu

Vecka 30 / måndag & tisdag kl.10.00-11.30

"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

Frédéric Gies

Sommarträning i samarbete med Dansalliansen! Träningen är öppen för professionella dansare och ingen föranmälan krävs.

Vecka 33/ kl. 9.30-11.30


"In this class, we will explore how we can approach form in dance, through activating bodily awareness and connectivity, rather than through the mere reproduction of a shape. Through inviting a body-felt sense of specific anatomical structures and through the direct application of this body-felt knowledge to specific dance forms, we will approach form from the perspective of a dialogue between inside-out and outside-in. Integrating anatomical knowledge through its direct application to dance, this class aims at exploring and giving technical tools that are anchored in our bodily awareness, at fully engaging in our movement without leaving any body part behind us. "

Vecka 33/ kl. 12.00-14.00

Atypical Ballet

"In this class we will work with ballet and some of its absorptions into modern and post-modern dance, through the filter of somatic practices. Anatomical information and their integration in our bodies as a body-felt-sense will open doors for solving technical questions, bringing ease and specificity in our movement and exploring new possible connections and patterns in our bodies. Basic landmarks in ballet and affiliated techniques will be revisited by inviting a new, different understanding of their workings. The class will fall in and out of the expected structure of a ballet class and will include the exploration of a phrase that activates various of the elements that are approached during the class."


Frédéric Gies is a dancer and choreographer based in Sweden.

Oscillating between clockwork composition and the intensities and chaos generated by dancing bodies surrendering to the desires and forces that traverse them, Frédéric Gies’ dance pieces bring to the forefront the capacity of dance to speak without having to commit to any aboutness. Drawing from their former training in ballet, their encounter with specific trends of contemporary dance at the beginning of the 90s, their dance floor experiences in techno clubs and raves and their study of somatic practices, Frédéric Gies approaches form as possibilities rather than constraints. Their dances weld forms seemingly foreign to each other, recycle and pervert dance history and heritages. They playfully collapse the distinction and hierarchies between erudite and popular forms of dance. Their dances also address and actualize politics in a non-representational way, beyond the appearance of bodies. In their pieces, bodies as the instigators of movement don’t reinforce identities but excavate the complexity of their layers. Frédéric Gies’ work is also tightly connected to techno music and infused with references to clubbing and rave cultures. This is widely enabled by their long-term collaboration with the dj and producer Fiedel.

Frédéric Gies started their career as a dancer beginning of the 90s in France. He danced with choreographers such as Daniel Larrieu, Olivia Grandville, Jean-François Duroure, Odile Duboc, Bernard Glandier and Christophe Haleb. During this period, they started creating their first pieces, in collaboration with other dancers (Odile Seitz, Frédéric de Carlo). In 2004, they moved to Berlin and in 2006, they created the piece Dance (Praticable), which encountered an international success. As they moved to Sweden in 2014, they initiated their work with techno music and started to develop their practice Technosomatics. They present their works nationally and internationally in various contexts, including dance venues, music festivals and museums. Their latest works include the seven hours performance Dance Is Ancient, and Queens Of The Fauns, for which Fiedel created a live set. In 2018 they were commissioned to create the piece Tribute for Weld Company and beginning of 2019, the piece Uranus for the BA in dance and choreography at DDSKS. In Sweden, their work is supported since ten years by Weld, and more recently by Skogen and Inkonst. They are supported by the Swedish Arts Council and have been recipient of grants from the Swedish Arts Grants Committee, the City of Stockholm and the City of Malmö.

Besides their on-going collaboration with Fiedel, they also collaborate with the lighting designer Thomas Zamolo, the fashion designer Grzegorz Matlag and the visual artist Anton Stoinaov. The dancers Elizabeth Ward, Andrea Svensson and Samuel Draper are also recurrent collaborators.

Frédéric Gies also danced in pieces of Cristina Caprioli, Jefta van Dinther, Alice Chauchat, Isabelle Schad and Antonija Livingstone and co-signed pieces with other choreographers (Alice Chauchat, Jefta van Dinther, DD Dorvillier, Anna Pehrsson, Isabelle Schad and Manuel Pelmus). Between 2012 and 2018, they were head of program of the MA in choreography at DOCH-SKH. They have been invited as guest teachers in various contexts (SNDO, HZT, TEAK, Ponderosa, DDSKS, Impulstanz, Art Stations Foundations…)

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Clara Björck

Vecka 34 JAZZ 19/8 11.15-12.45, 20/8 9.30-12.45, 21/8 9.30-12.45

"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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Toby Fitzgibbons

Vecka 35 / Contemporary kl. 9.30-11.00

"The class will have a dynamic released based feel, using phrases and choreographic sequences to warm up the body and mind, systemically. Fundamentals including the core, use of weight and breath will be worked on throughout.

The class will incorporate floor work, traveling, jumps and phrases. A sense of flow, connection with ourselves and others and tuning will be the key themes of the week. I hope we can share some good feelings, some fun and some hard work."


Toby was a member of Scottish Dance Theatre [Janet Smith] for 8 years. Touring the UK, Europe and beyond. Performing works by choreographers including Liv Lorent, Rui Horta, Hofesh Shechter, James Wilton, Ina Christel Johannessen, Kate Weare and Rachel Lopez De La Nieta. Toby danced with Norrdans [Mira Helenius Martinsson] Sweden, for 3 years, touring Sweden and Europe. Performing works by choreographers including Ohad Naharin, Marcos Morau, Thomas Noone, Yossi and Oded, and Fernando Melo. Toby has freelanced with Emma Martin Dance [Dublin] and with Yossi Berg and Oded Graf Dance Theatre [Israel]. Toby Joined balletLORENT in summer 2015.

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Lidia Wos

Vecka 35 / Modern Balett tisdag, onsdag och torsdag kl. 11.15-12.45

Vecka 39 / Modern Balett Måndag-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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Jacob Walleberg


"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.

Helena Franzén

Vecka 37 / Modern 10.00-11.30

"Helena Franzéns klass är release baserad där medvetenheten om kroppens möjlighet till rörelse står i fokus. Golvövningar och inspiration av yoga är metoder i arbetet med att finna centrering, flexibilitet och styrka. Under klassen ges tid att uppmärksamma olika rörelsekvaliteter, där precision och den egna närvaron är betydelsefull.

Uppvärmningen är en förberedelse för ett längre frasmaterial där dynamik, rumsuppfattning och musikalitet exponeras och tydliggörs. Rumsliga ytterligheter och fysiska risktaganden uppmuntras."


Helena Franzén har över 25 års erfarenhet av undervisning. Hon undervisar regelbundet professionella klasser på Danscentrum Stockholm och danskompanier som Norrdans, Skånes Dansteater och Göteborgs operans danskompani. Helena är också regelbundet gästlärare på Kungliga Svenska Balettskolan och Balettakademien i Stockholm där hon ger klasser i repertoar, komposition och improvisation."

I Helena Franzéns arbete sätts den dansande, musikaliska kroppen i fokus. Fysiska funktioner, anatomiska strukturer och dynamiska förlopp är återkommande teman i hennes koreografiska arbete. Hennes verk beskrivs med ord som fysisk intelligens och rörelse poesi med nerv och närvaro- beskrivningar som tydliggör hennes plats i det svenska danslandskapet.

Efter utbildningen på Balettakademien i Stockholm 1986-89 och koreograf utbildningen på Danshögskolan 1996- 98, har Helena Franzen varit verksam som koreograf och dansare i 30 år och koreograferat över 80 verk och har turnerat i Skandinavien, USA, Sydamerika och i Baltikum.

Hon är en eftertraktad lärare och undervisar teknikklasser och repertoar för kompanier i Europa och Skandinavien.

Helena Franzén är hängiven sitt detaljerade rörelsespråk som är laddat med intrikata flöden, gränslösa variationer, explosivitet och poetisk närvaro. Tre kriterier är kännetecknande för hennes arbetssätt.: de rumsliga förutsättningarnas påverkan på koreografin, den täta dialogen med musiken som oftast är specialskriven samt de tekniskt drivna dansarna som är medskapare i arbetsprocessen.

2007 tilldelades Helena Franzén ett tioårigt konstnärsstipendium av Konstnärsnämnden. 2011 fick hon Stockholms stads kulturstipendium.

Helena Franzén tilldelades Svenska Teaterkritikers Förenings Danspris 2011. Med motiveringen: ”Under mer än två decennier har Helena Franzén utforskat och koncentrerat sitt koreografiska uttryck. Envetet och med rörelsen i centrum har hon finputsat och renodlat sitt språk tillsammans med dansarna.”

Marie Sol Sandberg

Vecka 37, 38, 49 / JAZZ måndag & fredag 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.

Kit Brown

Vecka 39 / Contemporary kl. 11.15-12.45

"In this contemporary technique class for professional dancers we will begin by using principles and methods from qigong, Feldenkrais and floor-work to get warm, aligned, challenge co-ordination and heighten the awareness of sensation in the body, ready to dance. We will then play with more complex exercises and improvisation tasks to engage the senses fully, unlock new possibilities in the body, and evoke the physical imagination to affect performance and presence."


Kit Brown has worked as a dancer at Skånes Dansteater in Malmö since 2015. He has previously worked with National Dance Company Wales and Welsh National Opera. He has worked with choreographers including Crystal Pite, Ben Wright, Alexander Ekman, Marina Mascarell, Örjan Andersen, Angelin Preljocaj and Stephen Petronio among others. He has a BA(Hons) and MA in Contemporary Dance from London Contemporary Dance School. Kit has experience teaching for professionals, children, seniors, integrated and inclusive classes and workshops for people living with dementia and their carers.

Headshots/ Credit: Johan Sundell

Performance photos/ Credit: Jenny Baumgartner

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Magnus Lundgren


"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.

Philippe Blanchard

Vecka 42 / Modern kl.9.30-11.00

"A slow and gentle start for the body after it has been at rest overnight. Sensorial and introspective in its’ approach to thoroughly awakening body, mind and creativity.

Focus and time will be dedicated to discovering and moving through a connection to our skeletal structure, and in turn, to our different bodily systems. As participants, you will be guided continuously throughout your exploration."


Philippe Blanchard has created both independent and commissioned performances at the forefront of Swedish contemporary dance and the European dance companies for nearly twenty years. His works developing into installation-like studies with skilled performers and untrained performers.

Suggesting rather than telling, Blanchard’s finely layered pieces address the creative potential of each viewer by making room for interpretation, uncertainty and wonder while consistently providing subtle details to rely on. An adventurous artist daring to explore unknown subjects and methods, he develops his expression in a continual process of investigation where every project is bound to its own rules while moving consciously forward from the previous one.

After creating works such as “Airbag”, “Noodles”, “Quiproquo”, “One’s company, “How about you?” which toured in more then 14 countries, Philippe decided to relocated himself in U.K where he created two works ” This is that” and ” There are no such thing such as silly things”.

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Susanna Leinonen

Week 45

Modern movement practice wednesday, thursday and friday kl.9.30-11.00

Repertoar wednesday, thursday and friday kl.11.15-12.45

"Susanna Leinonen Company’s dancer Camilla Keihäs will be teaching alongside Leinonen herself. Camilla teaches a variety of styles of movement that utilize a solid ballet foundation. The class includes a range of structured formatted movement, floorwork and dynamic centered around making strong movement choices. The dancers will work on expanding their range of movement, focusing on power, control and musicality. Within her choreography and class, her message is to encourage dancers that they can accomplish anything; from ballet, to hip hop, to the natural and animalistic qualities of human as a whole"


Susanna Leinonen is one of the most internationally acclaimed Finnish choreographers. Her unique movement language connects contemporary dance to classical ballet technique. Incredibly physical and detailed movement, rapid changes in dynamics and strong articulation of the feet are central in Leinonen’s highly expressive movement language. Her works provide touching, surreal and dream-like glimpses into the human experience.

Susanna Leinonen Company was formed in 2001 and has so far performed in nearly 30 countries. The Company is known for collaborating with top creative professionals in sound, video, lighting, and costume design, with the aim of creating a complete aesthetic universe on stage.

In addition to her work as the artistic director of SLC, Susanna Leinonen has created commissioned works for major European companies such as The Royal Swedish Ballet, Danish Dance Theatre and Nürnberg Ballet.

Susanna Leinonen in movement teaching Mexico : photos by Julian Venado

Assisting Susanna is Camilla.

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Jonas Svensson

Vecka 42 kl.11.15-12.45

Vecka 47 kl.9.30-11.00

Modern Balett

"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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Rumiko Otsuka

Vecka 48 / Contemporary kl.9.30-11.00

"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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Julia Ehrstrand

V. 50 Contemporary Jazz

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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Kirstine Ilum

“My class is a embodied and explorative improvisation based practise, bringing in elements from yoga, authentic movement, breathwork and the felt experience of being a human body. Im very inspired by energywork 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, projectmanager, curator, co-founder, rehearsal director, tour manager, editor, driver, administrator, fundraiser, board member and mother. Latest Kirstine has worked with Skånes Dansteater as a Rehearsal Director in 2014 and 15.

Kirstine Ilum is the co-founder and director of the Malmö based dance company Somatic Noise.

Antoinette Helbing

"I give a contemporary class with a strong focus on floor work techniques.

Central questions are how to move the center in space efficiently, how to travel on the floor in order to gain as much space in the room as possible and how to use the limbs, especially hands and arms, in relation to the rest of body to help the center travel. We start by a gentle warm up on the floor.

Some days this might have the form of a guided improvisation through a couple of movement qualities that are useful on the floor, and other days it consists of calm exercises to warm up the synovial liquid in the joints and to slowly get the spine moving. Next is a research on the sequential order of body parts to find a natural flow of movement and to use only the amount of energy that is really needed to execute a movement.

In the middle of the class we have a section of strengthening exercises and phrases for the core and the arms – since they are essential to floor work. With the power just gained we improvise on going into and out of the floor playing with different kinds of movement qualities, movement principles and impulses, as well as elements of contact improvisation. Towards the end of the class we work on movement phrases that gather all the aspects that we’ve been touching throughout the whole class, especially going in and out of the floor and travelling through the whole room."

Antoinette Helbing graduated in 2008 from the ArtEZ Dansacademi Arnhem.

Already during her studies she made her first professional experiences as a guestdancer of the Citytheatre Görlitz, where she became company member from 2008 until 2010.Since 2010 Antoinette works as a freelance dancer and choreographer – dancing amongst others with Kitt Johnson, Aabendans Productions Roskilde (Thomas Eisenhardt/Catherine Poher) and Tina Taarpgard. Besides that she focusses mainly on developing her own approach towards choreography – for example with the creation of the solo-piece, Mir schwant, es wandelt…sich“ that won the first price in the Interface-Festival Görlitz in 2011 and her latest piece “How to be/loved” that toured through Holland, Russia and Denmark.



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 våren 2020:

Enskild klass: 100 kr

Veckokort: 300 kr

Klippkort/10 klasser: 750 kr

Terminskort: 700 kr (medlem), 950 kr (icke-medlem)

Improvisationsklasser: 1 klipp eller 100 kr

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

Alla träningskort är även giltiga på daglig träning på DC Väst, DC Stockholm och Dansehallerne i Köpenhamn.

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