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Week 1: Head, Shoulders, Knees and Booty
Week 2: The Anti-Gravity Machine
We will move in and out of the floor in improvised, choreographed, and partnered exercises to practice increased autonomy in movement. This class is influenced by classical and contemporary dance techniques, somatic practices, a background as a fitness instructor and yoga practitioner, and late nights on the dance floor.
In week one, Head, Shoulders, Knees, and Booty will invite participants to return to a beginner’s mindset as we reacquaint ourselves with our body’s parts, functions, and mechanics.
In week two, The Anti-Gravity Machine, we will more deeply explore the natural folds of the body, utilizing the softening and lengthening of joints to allow for movement and play with our relationship to gravity.
In both sessions, we will direct our skeleton in space, focusing on building strength and increasing our range of motion to maximize our physical efficiency.
Andrew’s work arises from roots in the techniques and approaches of Lester Horton and Bella Lewitzky; extensive involvement in the contemporary landscape of LA concert dance; commercial, theatrical, and experimental work; and his experiences in international teaching and performance. Career highlights include: 6 years with LA Contemporary Dance Company; performances in Julien Previeux’s award-winning What Will They Do Next in Paris and Malaga, Spain; Young Caesar with the LA Philharmonic; and national touring of his solo project ‘this is a blank page’. Andrew has served on faculty at California State University, Channel Islands, Nuevo School of Contemporary Dance, Orange County School of the Arts, and has guest taught throughout Southern California and abroad, including UCLA, CalArts, Universidad Nacional de las Artes in Buenos Aires, and Transit Dance, in Melbourne, Australia.