Intermediate Contemporary with Mariam Ribón

Date:
Every Thursday from Thu 11 Apr 2024 - Thu 27 Jun 2024
Time:
18:30 - 20:00
Please Note:
No external footwear allowed in studio. Shoe covers can be provided at reception if requested.
Venue:
DanceHouse
Admission:
Contact: mariamribon@gmail.com – Thursday Term €162 (12 weeks)
Level:
Intermediate
Teacher:
Mariam Ribón

About this Class
The second part of the class consists of developing a sense for fluid movement, musicality and rhythm and technical aspects of movement that aim to be free and natural. The technique is revealed in a comprehensive and simple way.

The Intermediate Classes focus on movement designed to stretch the spine and muscles while working on the alignment, improving the balance through an effective use of the core muscles, facilitating efficiency of the movement.

The class progresses through dance routines with a range of technical challenges. The end salutation provides a cooling down of body and mind, instilling a calming and soothing effect on the entire being.

This unique approach to teaching provides the participant with a very enjoyable and comprehensive dance experience.

Classes are ideal for people with experience in various forms of dance and movement techniques aiming to offer the participant a unique and fresh approach, challenging them to reach their full potential.

About Mariam
Mariam Ribón, originally from Spain, moved to Dublin late 1995. As a professional dancer she has worked with National Dance Companies and independent choreographers in Ireland including Irish Modern Dance Theatre, Daghdha Dance Company, New Balance Dance Company, MaNDaNCe, Cóis Céim, Catherine Young Dance and Mairead Vaughan. Mariam graduated with First Class Honors in her Master in Contemporary Dance Performance at Limerick University. She has been Artistic Director, the Dublin Youth Dance Company and the Irish Youth Dance Festival since 2002. Mariam has extensive experience as a teacher, her method and pedagogy appeals to all ages from young people to adults, she believes that ‘our body is our temple’ and as such we must look after it and exercising through dance is one of the best ways of maintaining health and strength.

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