by Sarah Ludi
The Alexander Technique brings us to understand inefficient holding patterns and how to release and undo them into more free movement and balance. We will aim to refine our body map by practical exploration based on basic anatomy and mechanics. Working in pairs or small groups will give us the opportunity to recognise the working principles of an other body, ( using sight, touch), and to exchange our findings. We will take time to identify our individual habits of both movements and the thinking of the movement,( as they are influencing each other ). We will be offered space to challenge our patterns of general coordination through very basic and minimal movement tasks as well as some ZOO improvisation tools.
Sarah Ludi was born in Geneva, Switzerland, where she studied dance. She moved to Brussels in 1994 to join the Rosas company. Since 1998 she is a member of ZOO/Thomas Hauert. In 2013 she also joined the « living books » collection of « Time has fallen asleep in the afternoon sunshine », which is an ongoing project by Mette Edvardsen. As a certified teacher of the Alexander Technique she has a private practice since 2012 and she is an assistant on the teacher training course in Brussels. She has been teaching dance- and/or Alexander Technique-workshops at La Manufacture in Lausanne, at Tictac Art Centre and at P.A.R.T.S. Brussels.
Registration fee of 80 € required (as part of the 150)