Taught by Susan Klein in person and hosted by Tanz Station – Barmer Bahnhof
11 June to 15 June 2022 | 10:00am to 1:00pm | Tanz Station – Barmer Bahnhof
The workshop will be held in English.
This workshop will emphasize a pivotal principle of Klein Technique™, the concept of moving from our deepest structural and energetic tissue, the bone. Through an interweaving of theory and practice we will work on the muscles of deep postural support: the psoas, the hamstrings, the pelvic floor muscles, and the external rotators. We will work with a body-felt understanding of how these muscles bring the bones into alignment, a place of connectedness, which leads to true power and efficiency of movement. Klein Technique™ is a process-oriented practice of great value to people of all proficiency levels, dancers and non-dancers alike. Our goal is to teach movement from the individual perspective of internal knowing and understanding. Students of all levels of practice in Klein Technique™ will gain insight into their movement patterns and habits and gain a greater internal understanding of their bodies.
has been developing and teaching Klein Technique™
since 1972 teaching in daily classes New York City at her studio, The Susan Klein School of Movement and Dance. Since 1989 she has been traveling throughout the world teaching intensive workshops in Klein Technique™. Klein Technique™ is a result of a serious knee injury and developed out of Susan’s personal journey to get well. It serves as a way for people to work through their individual injuries, to understand and improve the workings of their bodies, to heal themselves and become better dancers. Her main influences in developing her work are Irmgard Bartenieff, Dr. Fritz Smith, and Professor J. R. Worsley. Susan has a private practice as a Movement Therapist, Certified Zero Balancer, Senior Zero Balancing Teacher, and Traditional 5 Element Worsley Style Acupuncturist, L.Ac., B.Ac.(UK), M.Ac.,(USA), Dipl. Ac.(NCCAOM)
All state Covid-19 protocols will be followed. Full vaccination is recommended and preferred. Testing each day will also be followed.
The number of participants for the workshop is limited!