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“Whole self development through the dance for Inner Health , Happiness and Success”

 

 

Dance Mastery is an integrative movement system. It explores the underlying principles at the

foundation of the dance, how these principles manifest and what we may achieve by tuning into

all of our faculties: our thoughts, emotions, physical body and higher awareness simultaneously.

The system uses the classical western dance form as this already works with principles based on

Natural Law, Centre of Gravity, Geometry, oppositional forces and direction of energy flow.

Dance Mastery involves a series of exercises and movement experiences that allow the freedom

to enjoy one’s work by finding: inner health, happiness  and success.

 

The Workshop will be led by Aniko Nagy and Francesco Mangiacasale, senior students of Konstantin Pavlidis, creator and founder of Dance Mastery over thirty years ago.

He has since been teaching the system successfully around the world in Dance Companies and Schools  including The Dutch National Ballet, Ballet Bejart de Lausanne, the Stuttgart Ballet School, the Rambert Ballet School and the Universal Ballet Company-Korea

 

 

What we will explore:

  • Breathing, meditation and visualisation

 

  • Activate and increase life force in the body in order to learn how energy can move

us instead of using muscular strength.

  • Understanding the natural laws of movement (Centre of gravity, geometry,

oppositional forces, directions of energy flow)

  • Applying these laws to the principle movements in classical dance to improve

technique.

  • Through the principles, find you own unique movement.
  • Exercises that correct physiological/psychological imbalances and re-align the

body.

  • Philosophy of human movement in Classical Dance.
  • Analysing an individual’s source of movement in dance and their relationship to

space. This leads to clearer communication in performance.

  • Self-care and treatment of injuries and prevention of further damage

 

The purpose of the work is to facilitate a deeper understanding of our inner nature, and the

interaction between the physical, emotional, mental and spiritual bodies of a human. This will

assist the dancer leading to more harmony and balance and a better performance.

Dance Mastery is a revolutionary technique made by dancers through dancers for the

dance itself, designed to achieve excellence in your performance skills.

 

Dance Mastery involves a series of exercises and movement experiences that allow the freedom

to enjoy one’s work.

 

With Dance mastery you will improve

 

Clarity

Focus

Breathing

Stamina

Coordination

Endurance

Establish a powerful presence on stage

Getting a Deeper understanding and refinement of your technique

Acquiring powerful dynamism in your stage performance

 

Aniko Nagy

Aniko Nagy began her training as a dancer from a young age coming from a background of ballet

dancer parents. She trained in the classical ballet to later work as a modern/contemporary

dancer in Berlin Germany with varied companies of Regina Baumgart, Tanz Theatre Skoronel,

Jacalyn Carley at Tanz Fabrik, amongst others.

She later went on to further develop and deepen her understanding of the dance through

teachings in Dance Mastery with Konstantin Pavlidis (founder), who has been her teacher since

  1. This brought her a new awareness and understanding of the principles of dance and the

development of the energy /life-force in the body through different movement forms.

 

Since 1990 she has been practicing yoga and subsequently went on to train with several

teachers including Konstantin Pavlidis in the Okido Yoga and Zen Essence Yoga where she later

became a teacher in 1996.

She began teaching privately and in the public sector widespread throughout London and

overseas at various institutions such as: BBC World Service, Shell Oil, Ipsos Mori, The Old

County Hall, Fitzrovia Centre, Orassy Kendron, The British Arts Council

amongst others. In 2007 she continued her yoga Teacher Training and received another

certificate through the Sivananda Organisation/Academy.

 

Since 2003 she has been training in Trulkor Tibetan Yoga under Lama (Tsultrim) Jampa Gyatso

Rinpoche. In 2014 she received full recognition and authority to teach this system internationally.

She currently works and has trained in several therapy systems since 1993 in Kinesomasis

– Energy and Structural Rebalancing for Wellbeing with Konstantin Pavlidis; in Holistic massage

ITEC in 1999 as well as in Cupping and Thai Foot Massage. From 1996 she has been learning

various Self Healing systems under the guidance of Lama Gangchen Rinpoche and teaches

them to the present time.

Francesco Mangiacasale

Francesco Mangiacasale is a contemporary and neoclassical dancer, choreographer and teacher based in London.
Born Italy he trained in Genova with national and international teachers. In Italy he has danced in several local companies. In November 2002 he moved to London where as well as continuing his professional development in contemporary and ballet he also started studying Dance Mastery with Konstantin Pavlidis founder of the system. Since moving to the UK Fran has danced in numerous companies
including The Lindsay Kemp Company, National Dance Company of Wales, Fabulous Beast Dance Theatre, Smallpetitlkein, YDance, Unstructured Light, The Royal Opera House and English National Opera.
Fran was also assistant Choreographer and Dance captain in many Opera productions in London, Spain, Germany and Portugal.
In 2013 he was assistant choreographer and guest soloist with the Azerbaijan State Academic Ballet in “Shadow of Gobustain”Choreographed by Maxine Braham and he is currently dancer and Choreographer with the London Ballet Company as well as working as a freelance Choreographer and teacher  for companies and organizations in UK and in Europe.

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