In this continuous physical practice, you are offered a space to reconnect to your body. An opportunity to connect with yourself and others; release what doesn't serve you and embrace your inner passion to move. This practice is aimed at bringing the body into a readied state of awareness through improvisational methodology inspired by flow, effort, and sweat. Each harmoniously enriches your understanding of body and mind, as well as nourishing your movement language.

Förkunskaper: Inga förkunskaper krävs

Ta med dig: Bekväma kläder

Språk: Engelska, Danska

Datum: 8 - 12 juli (fem dagar)


Kursavgift enstaka kurs-950 kr (låginkomsttagare 750 kr) inklusive lunch alla dagar

Kurspaket-1250 kr (låginkomsttagare 950 kr) inklusive lunch alla dagar

*Är du student, arbetssökande eller annan låginkomsttagare, använd koden NL24 när du bokar 

Kursledare: Jens Schyth Brøndum (DK)

Guatemalan-born, American-Danish, Jens-Antonio Schyth Brøndum (He/him), is a contemporary mover based in Copenhagen, Denmark. Having spent his formative years in mountainous Colorado fostered his understanding and exploration of the shifting dynamics of nature and physicality. After finishing his BA at The Danish National School of Performing Arts, Jens worked with choreographer Sita Ostheimer based in Berlin, Germany. His time with the company inspired a strong awareness of physicality. As an evolving artist, Jens finds his perspective of dancing reflected through an unbreakable trust in the dancing body and a deep respect in the heritage of all bodies. He is impassioned in how dance can reshape our perception of reality and cultivate an inclusive space for all, regardless of cultural and social background. And he has resolved to implement his study of cultural diversity and his own personal queer perspective in his employment and teaching of movement. Simultaneously, Jens worked with numerous Danish-based companies, notably: Uppercut Dance Theater, Danish Dance Theater, Holstebro Dance Company, and the Royal Danish Ballet & Theater, cultivating his ties to the freelance scene in Denmark.