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Leif Firnhaber
Ori Flomin
Jozef Frucek
Cassiel Gaube
Renate Graziadei
Lance Gries
Julyen Hamilton
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Robert Hayden
Milan Herich
David Hernandez
Roxane Huilmand
Peter Jasko
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Matej Kejzar
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Janet Panetta
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Sten Rudstrom
Arthur Stäldi
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Céline van der Haegen
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Céline van der Haegen

Biography Céline van der Haegen
After studying literature, I trained as a dancer and pursued an artistic journey in contemporary dance.
At the same time, I moved towards more somatic techniques that explore the link between body and mind and towards the development of consciousness through dance movement:
The Feldenkrais (I studied 3 years with Mia Segal in Germany and graduated in 2018) and followed several years classes and workshops with Meytal Blanaru. Also regular practice of Body-Mind Centering and Alexander technique. I followed Florence Augendre's work during 4 years in Fasciapulsology and Body-Mind Centering through dance movement.

Since November 2019, I am certified in Amanae (activation of cellular memory) after an intense 2 years training at the Amanae School of Europe with Eric Lipin.
Since December 2019, I am also certified as an Anointings Practioner.

I currently teach contemporary dance and Feldenkrais and give individual sessions in Feldenkrais and Amanae with the integration of fasciapulsology in some treatment cases.

Contemporary beginner class (Monday from 19:45 - 21:15)
Class of contemporary dance for beginners based on Roxane Huilmand’s principles. It will be a technical class relating to the center, the breathing and alignment through musical phrasing.

Feldenkrais method (Monday from 18:30-19:40)
The Feldenkrais Method aims to develop consciousness through movement.

Guided in slow and gentle movement sequences, the person listens to his or her body in a lively and organic way. Grounding supports, breathing and connection between different parts of the body constitute the main axes of the exploration. This way of listening to every sensation and to the body as a whole helps recreate new links between the neocortex and the body. The neuroplasticity that this method subtlety mobilizes allows the reprogramming of a more complete relationship with the body, the environment and one’s self-image through the nervous system. When we revisit babies movement patterns, which are archaic and deeply inscribed inside us, the body image we build afterwards and affected by bad habits start to deconstruct and reinitiate itself through a natural and spontaneous process.

For dancers, musicians or everyone with a physical injury, Feldenkrais is a prodigious rehabilitation technique. Where previously there were tensions, muscular contraction and movements carried out with effort, through this method the body regains fluidity, coordination and its anchoring in the ground. Rediscovering the pleasure of moving in harmony and with flexibility as we have all experienced as children. Rediscovering the organic grace and intelligence inherent in the body.

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