Foundations of Graham Technique (Floor Work)
Unlock the expressive power of movement in the "Foundations of Graham Technique (Floor Work)" workshop led by the accomplished dance educator, Berenice Aleth. Drawing inspiration from the groundbreaking techniques of modern dance pioneer Martha Graham, this class delves into the core principles of Contraction, Release, Spiral, Breath, and Shift of Weight, with a special emphasis on Graham Floorwork.
What to Expect:
- Physical Exploration: Immerse yourself in the exploration of physicality, embracing the depth of human emotion through movement.
- Fundamental Principles: Learn and embody the fundamental principles of Graham Technique, building a strong foundation for expressive and dynamic dance.
- Challenging Yet Enjoyable: Be prepared for a challenge that is equally enjoyable—push your boundaries while revelling in the joy of movement.
About the Instructor: Berenice Aleth Berenice Aleth is more than an instructor; she is a dedicated and nurturing guide in the realm of dance. Trained at the Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance and The Ailey School in New York, Berenice brings a wealth of experience and expertise to her teaching. Her approach fosters an open and inclusive learning environment, encouraging individuality while guiding students to reach their highest potential both technically and artistically.
- Martha Graham School of Contemporary Dance—Two-year Professional Program and Pedagogy Program (New York, USA) 2020-2018
- The Ailey School—Independent Study Program (New York, USA) 2018-2017
- Royal Academy of Dance; University of Bath—BA(Hons) Ballet Education, First Class Degree (London, UK) 2017-2014
- Royal Academy of Dance; LRAD, With Distinction (London, UK) 2017-2014
- Sothebys Institute of Art—'Art and Technology: From AI to NFTs,' Online Certificate (Summer 2022)