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Heidi
Vierthaler

STREAM-FLOW WORKSHOP and CREATION LABORATORY

Stream - Flow Method has an intuitively progressive guidance that allows one to discover a sense of full body freedom and interconnection. Through imagery and sensation it provides an in-depth look at how each part of the body, when examined clearly and simply, can be a catalyst for naturally occurring, complex movement. After taking the class, new movement channels open in the body and a heightened awareness for what it means to be fully present in one’s own movement research.

After the warm up we’ll focus on individual discoveries ,desired choices and reoccurring habits. Exploration in groups and pairs will also lead to building set movement phrases while regularly revisiting improvisation. 

 

Based on the discoveries through our Movement Research process, we’ll create a movement landscape with bodies in conversation.

Heidi
Vierthaler

Workshop and Creation Laboratory

June 6 to 10

10:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

(17.5 hours)

or

2:15 p.m. to 6:15 p.m.

Wilder Building

Studio: to be confirmed

Pricing and

Registration

DAC pro - $ 158 ($ 9 / hr)

Standard- $ 228 ($ 13 / hr)

or

DAC pro - $180 ($9 / hr)

Standard - $260 ($13 / hr)

HEIDI VIERTHALER

Heidi’s professional career in the field of dance, spans more than 35 years. As a dancer, educator and choreographer she continues to offer her knowledge to the most prestigious contemporary dance companies world wide. These include the Netherlands Dans Theater, Gothenburg Danskompani, and Tanz Theater Wuppertal Pina Bausch, all of which incorporate Heidi’s Stream-Flow Movement method into their daily practice. For a further list of companies and organisations incorporating Stream-Flow Method As the demand is growing for All People to enjoy the stress reducing and energising benefits of Stream- Flow Method, Heidi continues to develop alternative programs in a modular format for specific personal needs. Stream-Flow method’s approach to understanding the mind and functional body, is often used in facilitating movement conversations with Design- Visual Arts- and Science .