The main objective of the classes is to help you developing a physical relationship with your body. By doing so, you can learn more on how your body functions, expand your physical capacity and regain your freedom of movement.
On the long term, studying your body will enable you to understand what causes pain and how to reduce it, and prevent physical limitations and injuries. But most important – to establish an embodied lifestyle that is integrated to your day-to-day activities and to simply improve your life quality.
In each class, we will focus on different movement principles and will study them through different materials (contemporary dance, martial arts, contact improvisation, functional training etc.) We will learn solo materials and will work with a partner or with the whole group.
The core principles of the MI method:
- increase of awareness
- learning to fail
- making it pleasurable
- out of the comfort zone
is the founder of the Movement Lab – a vehicle for movement education and choreographic work. His movement practice is influenced by his diverse training in contemporary dance, martial arts, contact improvisation, somatic practices, applied anatomy and more. In the last decade, he devoted himself to educate people from all over the globe about better movement and to reflect upon urgent social phenomena through the medium of performance art.
As a dancer, he danced in works of David Zambrano, Martin Nachbar, Alessandro Sciarroni, a. o. His choreographic works have been presented in various dance festivals, cultural events, art galleries and museums. As a teacher, Matan’s focus is on movement research. He started giving regular classes in Israel in 2008. Since then, he had the chance to teach in different circumstances and to different audiences; from professional dancers to amateurs and teenagers, in open workshops, festivals and closed intimate groups.
Mon 05 – Fri 09 Oct 2020, 10.00–11.30
Ticket sales for accredited training participants start Thu, 03 Sep, 10.00.