FOUNDATION TECHNIQUE WORKSHOP
FRIDAY OCTOBER 4TH 2019, 8.30-10PM
For new & current students/dancers wanting to build on, improve and create a stronger dance foundation - helping to move them forward in any Auckland Dance Company class and improve performance in shows, and strengthen their weaknesses. Specifically formulated to improve/learn and brush-up overall technique as well as learn foundation techniques to help improve dance execution, including isolations, freestyling, spins, floorwork, character. Recommended for all of our current students to learn foundation and performance techniques for ADC's upcoming RISE show, or alternately to newbies as a one-off fun workshop for the evening with no obligation to join or perform.
All levels welcome, including complete beginners - a great way to ease your way into dance without committing to a dance term, and to learn the base techniques and movements required to create a strong foundation for all choreographies and styles offered at Auckland Dance Company.
With Auckland Dance Company's Creative Director Kimberley James (Credits: PEPSI, American Express, Telecom/Spark, Sony Pictures, Miss World NZ, SkyCity, Westfield, Calvin Klein, Air New Zealand & Flight Centre). Learn in a non-intimidating, supportive environment, with great people and low pressure.
Spaces always fill fast, numbers are capped, and run on a first-in, first-served basis.
Tarsha Myles (Workshop attendee)
"Thank you so much for last night! I had a fabulous time, met some lovely people and learnt lots of new things. ADC is INCREDIBLE! Such an inspiration. I came home so excited and pumping with energy. I want more :-)
LOVED every minute ♥"
Nicole Daniels (Workshop attendee)
"Since I have been doing the ADC Workshops/Classes, I have actually been so much happier that people at work have asked me what has changed in my life! I feel so much better than before health-wise and mentally..I love to dance and never thought that there could be an outlet for that as an adult! Kimberley is an AMAZING teacher and because of her vitality in classes...I am now a better person"