Floorwork class with Maroula Iliopoulou
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Maroula Iliopoulou

Floorwork

With Maroula Iliopoulou
Basic/intermediate

4.4 (2) 1698 x seen since June 25, 2019

When?
Course is over, started on Aug. 28, 2019
7 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Where?
SKVR, Hennekijnstraat 6, Rotterdam

Part of
SKVR Zomerdans

This class is based on contemporary floorwork technique. It is designed especially for people who are interested to practice and understand the mechanisms of transitioning in a smooth and safe way in and out of the floor. We will work towards the basics of the technique in a friendly and fun environment. The class begins with a playful warm-up to tune in with ourselves in space and connect with each other, preparing safely for dance practice. We will focus on floorwork technique through various exercises. Through this class, we train our body to become physically strong, alerted and agile. We become friends with the floor, learn to use our weight efficiently, play with different dynamics and work towards expanding our movement vocabulary. Nourishing our bodily awareness we move with a greater sense of our own bodies, the others, and space, but also with a greater pleasure for movement. At the end of the class, we will link together some of our practised floorwork movements into a dance sequence.

Are you looking for a course to develop your technical knowledge while you are having fun? Then this class is for you!

Expect to play, fall, spiral, roll, release, jump, connect, fly, make contact, enjoy the pleasure of motion... Looking forward to meeting you on the dance floor!


Prices
  • Standard : 10.00 € - Full Course

  • Floorwork is over.

This course is over.
Reviews

Total of 4.4 out of 5 stars / 2 reviews

Content and Depth
Build-up and Development
Instruction and Didactics
Fun and Inspiration
Inmaculada Perez wrote on Sept. 23, 2019 about Contemporary Dance - Floorwork
Good experience
Content and Depth
Build-up and Development
Instruction and Didactics
Fun and Inspiration

It was a nice experience, I enjoyed how the lesson developed. Maroula made the lesson dinamic and playful.

Lody Meijer wrote on Sept. 18, 2019 about Contemporary Dance - Floorwork
Maroula's floorwork class is leaving me full of energy, excitement and ideas. As a beginner she empowers me to take my dance-techniques and skills for dance improvisation to a new level. Think: uptempo, encouraging, playful and fun!
Content and Depth
Build-up and Development
Instruction and Didactics
Fun and Inspiration

Maroula's floorwork class is leaving me full of energy, excitement and ideas. Maroula has a very uplifting character. As a beginner she empowers me to take my dance-techniques and skills for dance improvisation to a new level. Think: uptempo, encouraging, playful and fun!

Maroula is a dance artist currently based in the Netherlands.

Her work spans from dance research to teaching, performing and recently movement directing.

She has performed in theatre, museum and site specific works, in choreographies of Rosemary Lee, Simon Whitehead, Hannes Langolf, Amy Toner, Grace Nicol, Ted Stoffer, Athanasia Kanellopoulou, Harry Koushos, Pil & Galia Kollektiv, Athens Video Dance Project, Off Festival in Brussels in atelier creation by Lisi Estaras & Nicolas Vladyslav and David Zambrano together with 34 other international artists. She currently collaborates with Dansateliers Rotterdam and Museum Boijmans Van Beuningen as a dance researcher for the Dancing Museums II - Creative Europe Program, following the residencies and choreographic research of Ingrid Berger Myhre. Upon that she has produced some written work reflecting on Ingrid’s practice.

Maroula is passionate about her teaching practice with a versatile experience and training background. She holds a Master of Arts in Contemporary Dance from London Contemporary Dance School and a BA in Dance Teaching from Niki Kontaxaki’ s Higher Professional Dance School. Before she decided to follow the dance path, Maroula graduated with a BA in Primary Education from National and Kapodistrian University of Athens.

She is always striving to update and develop her professional practice. She has travelled around Europe to follow inspiring teachers and dance festivals. While she lived in Belgium (2014-16), she intensively followed professional development classes and workshops with various teachers and companies. Since 2013, she has been studying the contemporary Flying Low and Passing Through dance techniques from the founder David Zambrano himself. As part of that study, she was invited for various intensive workshops and a prestigious one-month training in Spain.