TRAINING COURSES ON INCLUSIVE DANCE
Those interested will learn about exercises and methods for working in a body-based manner with inclusive groups, where both teachers and learners with and without disabilities are equally welcome. The aim is to promote an inclusive approach to dance that takes into account the individual needs and abilities of all participants.
Dance, workshop, technique class
7:00pm — 8:30pm
Frankfurt am Main, University of Applied Science
FIRST TRAINING WEEKEND IN FRANKFURT:
Friday, 01.12.2023, 19:00 – 20:30: Open Training / Dance evening with get together.
Saturday, 02.12.2023, 14:00 – 18:00: in depth workshop / theory and practice of inclusive dance.
Sunday, 03.12.23, 11:30 – 13:30: workshop / theory and practice of inclusive dance / reflection and individual coaching.
Location: Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences – Gebäude 10 Nibelungenplatz 1 60318 Frankfurt am Main.Email
Inclusive dance training with Diana and Jo from Popolomondo / Porto
As part of the “DanceAbility – Training Courses on inclusive Dance” project, Namastay e.V. is making a contribution to making dance and its positive and healing effects accessible to everyone. Together with their partner organizations Popolomondo from Portugal, Meet Share Dance from Spain and our local support - Reclaiming Dance - a comprehensive further training program with a total of nine intensive weekends around inclusive dance practice was developed for this purpose.
A series of three further training modules is offered in each of the participating countries, in which experts from abroad share their theoretical and practical knowledge in an intensive weekend course. Each module begins with an open dance evening to get to know each other and warm up before we deal intensively with the subject matter. Participation in the intensive training sessions is each certified with a certificate and, thanks to the support of the European Commission, is based on donations.
The language of instruction is English with German translation. Regardless of whether you would like to lead inclusive groups in the future, apply your knowledge in your work in the professional or private sector or simply want to have wonderful dance experiences for yourself, we look forward to seeing you!
Namastay - Social Justice Lab e.V. - Michelle Gerhardt and colleagues // Popolomondo - Diana Azevedo // Reclaiming Dance - Anno Bolender and Keiko Schmitt // University of Applied Science Frankfurt / Main // Meetsharedance.
Co-Financed through Erasmus+ program of the European Union.