The practice is focused mainly on floorwork technique facilitated by the integration of the main principles of the flyinglow technique and moments dedicated to improvisation tasks. It is structured in two main directions: technique and work on set sequences. The training starts with a logical, suitable and safe progressive warm-up to prepare the body to the study of specific movement mechanics on the floor and standing.
Alternating improvisation tasks, to movement sequences on the floor and standing, mind and body get the chance to work on coordination, stamina, development of kinetic awareness, speed, musicality, softness, precision, and attention to details. Further on we continue introducing more complicated movement vocabulary which guide the group in a playground area to connect the sequences learned to energy, dynamics, satisfaction through our dancing and sharing with the group.
Enrico Paglialunga is an Italian dancer-teacher-young choreographer based in Berlin and co-founder of the project InCapsula, an artistic project focused on interdisciplinary performances, open laboratories formats and professional dance training. Since 2015 Enrico teaches in various dance centers and theaters in Europe such as Tanzfabrik Berlin, Marameo Berlin, Dock11 Berlin, TanzKompanie des landesbühnen Sachsen, WeeDance company Gh-Theater, Profitraining Leipzig, Ig Tanz Ost St.Gallen, Profitrainig Basel, Tanzhaus Zurich, OffDance Zurich, Iwanson International School of Contemporary, National Dance Academy Rome and TROIS CL-Luxemburg. He worked for projects in Europe and USA , dancing for TanzTheater Internazional Hannover, Helena Waldmann, Brice Mousset, Enzo Celli, WeeDance Company, Theater Strahl & DeDansers, Sonia Rodriguez, Transforma Berlin and choreographing for National Dance Academy Rome, Tanzfabrik Berlin, WeeDance Company, Idea Festival Amman, co-choreographer for 'babylon Berlin' and rehearsal director in 'De Fesche mode' GhTheater. Enrico is currently attending a dance movement therapy education at Arte.do/ University of Salento (IT).
Video training 1 https : / /vimeo.com/283313748
video training 2 https : / /vimeo.com/226891716
PHOTO_ MATHIAS SCHWARZ