This seminar challenges the dancers’ sense of rhythm. Rhythm and coordination of movement are the basis for the entire body’s neurological interconnection, the improvement of its structure, and the enhancement of athletic and physical performance in general. Above all, however, rhythm means communication—with our body, with other bodies, and with our environment. Improving internal and external communication through movement and especially through coordination of movements is the primary goal of this seminar. Participants will experience basic, simple, and complex movement patterns, designed to hone their ability to coordinate their movement so as to communicate better at all levels, whether on stage or in everyday life.
- Participation fee (2 workshops & 5 masterclasses): 350,00€
- Registration info: workshops@
- Registration valid only with full payment. No refunds.
- Registration open until all places are filled.
- Special discount for workshop participants for the 26th KDF performances.
The 27th Kalamata Dance Festival workshops and masterclasses will take place following the special instructions issued by the Ministry of Health, with priority given to public health and with a sense of responsibility towards the participants and teachers.
Jozef Fruček has a professional sports, martial arts, and theatre background, and has dedicated his professional life to the research of movement which promotes personal development along with healthy ageing. He studied in Bratislava at the Academy of Music and Drama Arts and later received a PhD on Voice and Movement. He has explored the aspects of effective communication, voice, and breathing for public speaking, performing arts, and psycho-hygiene. In 2006, together with Linda Kapetanea, he founded the RootlessRoot company and started implementing their research, Fighting Monkey Practice, which reflects their unique approach to human movement based on cross-motion analysis. He teaches and gives lectures at universities and various athletic and arts centres across Europe, the United States, Asia, and Australia.