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Elisabeth Molle

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Friday
11:00 - 12:30
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Allowing the central, dynamic relationship between the head, neck and back to become more quiet and free, we can begin to let go of our habit of shortening and fixing - within our body and our mind. We can open - to ourselves and to the others - expanding our awareness from this central coordination into all directions. Allowing it to happen rather than doing it, we can with the Alexander Technique enter a process of meeting in the moment, sharing a sense of being at ease within ourselves and with one another.

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Dancer, dance teacher, France and New York, Alexander Technique graduation in 1983 (ACAT, NY). She moved then to Berlin where she was the 1st Alexander teacher, teaching in her private praxis and later at AT training schools. Her main interest is the exploration and the integration of the AT principles in movement and Improvisation. She has developed this work over 3 decades, teaching independent theater and dance groups, at dance schools, at the UdK (Musical-Show) and currently at the Hochschulzentrum für Tanz (HZT) in Berlin.