OPEN CLASSES IN LONDON 2022

biWEEKLY BUTOH DANCE CLASSES FOR ALL

Biweekly classes in London.

Tuesdays 20-22h, January 18th - June 14th

Longfield Hall

50 Knatchbull Road 

London 

SE5 9QY

Movement classes open for everyone. If you are willing to try something new, join these inclusive classes for people of all ages and abilities.

No previous dance/theatre experience necessary!

To learn more about Butoh practice, have a look at this documentary and this video.

We explore this dance form through various exercises and movement improvisation. The tools will include movement meditation, physical theatre, conscious movement, visualisations, focus training.

Aleksandar is an international performer/dancer/choreographer and dance anthropologist who studied Butoh with Rhizome Lee, Ken Mai, Mushimaru, Saga Kobayashi, Julie Becton Gillum, Adam Koan, Imre Thormann etc.

Email posthumantheatre@gmail.com for more info and 

5 and 10 class package options.

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Feedback from participants:

 

"Aleks’ workshops and classes have taken me across thresholds and into images and experiences that have touched me deeply. 

 

Butoh as an art, along with Aleks’ gentle and secure facilitation, offers subtle and often profound exploration of how the body wants to speak as well as what wants to be spoken. It is a moving process of imagination which encourages rich and deep integration. Each individual, as well as the group as its own entity, morph into aspects, atmospheres and characters that are as captivating as they are cathartic.  

 

There is appreciation, delight, curiosity, playfulness and acceptance of the vast range of human experiences - messy, difficult, ugly, joyful and beautiful. Aleks’ guidance encourages me to take growthful risks and finetune my physical and emotional responses. This has been especially useful for me as a psychotherapist working with trauma and how it impacts the nervous system. There is so much in these practices for anyone to learn and discover, I highly recommend diving in. " Rachel Jane Cooke,  Intersectional Relational Therapist & Writer