‘Dance’ is related to the Sanskrit word ‘tanha’, which means ‘joie de vivre’.
It is a natural state that joyfully connects us to our bodies and that sometimes lies dormant in us for a long time, impatiently waiting for the right moment, the right space or the right encounter before it dares to express itself.
It is a burst of energy that knows no age limits or prejudices and that, once it has been unleashed, cares little about what others have to say.It requires no other natural ability than the desire to get closer to oneself and a touch of fun, humour and daring.
The Dance Department offers a range of weekly classes and workshops for children, teenagers and adults, from beginners to advanced.
These courses can be taken as part of the core curriculum or, for those with a background in music or drama, as a complementary option to enrich the development of stage presence and postural well-being.
The workshop allows the various technical elements covered in the dance courses to be used for creativity, acting and play.Unlike the course, the workshop is not a succession of exercises, but a space and time entirely devoted to a theme or aspect of dance as a stage and theatre art.COURS ADULTES - ENVIE DE DANSER ?
Weekly course structure
Awakening I, ages 3 to 4 – 45 minutes
Awakening 2, ages 5 to 6 – 45 minutes
Initiation 1, ages 6 to 7 – 50 minutes
Initiation 2, ages 7 to 8 – 50 minutes
Preparatory 1 and 2, ages 9 to 11 – 60 minutes
Primary 1 and 2, ages 12 to 14 – 75 minutes
Intermediate 1 and 2, from the age of 14 – 2 x 60 minutes
Secondary 1 and 2, from the age of 16 – 2 x 75 minutes
Adult course – 75 to 90 minutes depending on the number of students
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