Falling-floorwork contemporary dance workshop
This workshop is inspired by Martial Arts, Release, and Floor-Work techniques.
The first part of the workshop focuses on warming up and preparing the body for the exercises. The Floor-Work dimension of the workshop stresses the importance of the weight of the pelvis and of the idea of falling - how to be able to move efficiently, fast but in a controlled way. The second part of the class consists of a dancing phrase in continuity with the first part.
Alex Miklosy London and Europe based dancer, choreographer and yoga teacher, born in Budapest, Hungary. Graduated at Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance (London) with a BA (hons) in Contemporary dance. Worked as a dancer in Hungary with Willi Dorner(Austria), Ziggurat project, Zero Ballet, Willany Leó Improvisation Dance Theatre, Hungarian National Opera, Mu terminal and in Son of Saul (movie) as movement artist. Also worked with Robert Clark in a festival Beyond Fronta in Slovenia, with Grace Keeble in Margathe at Turner Contemporary(UK), with Jessica Wright, Zoe Dimitriou and Eleven Farer House in London. He has recently worked with Wilhelmina Ojanen, who is a Sadler's Wells young associate artist and also worked with Lia Haraki in Cyprus. At the moment, He works with Truefitt Collective in London. As a choreographer Alex Miklosy has recently worked with 3rd year students of Escola Superior de Danca in Lisbon (Portugal), He also made a piece for Zero Ballet titled "Technokol" in Budapest, Hungary. Studied yoga at Bhaktivedanta University of Theology in Budapest. Worked as yoga teacher by giving private yoga classes. He also practiced aikido and tai chi. Giving workshops in London (UK), Budapest (Hungary), Cairo (Egypt), Istanbul (Turkey), Almaty (Kazakhstan for Samruk Dance), Prague (Czech Republic), Beirut (Lebanon), Nicosia (Cyprus), Bucharest (Romania), Varna (Bulgaria), Amman (Jordan), Lisbon(Portugal) and in Athens (Greece).