Serious neck and back complaints, Repetitive Strain Injury… performing artists, stage technicians, production managers, culture managers and other performing arts employees suffer from them too. How do you solve this sort of talent-sapping problem? And what can an individual himself do to prevent physical and psychological stress in a sector that is under increasing pressure and makes ever greater demands?More Less
Our AT Workshops are a response to the increasing need for solutions to these problems in this sector. We have been organising them in association with pOdiumkunsten.be since 2010.
Thinking and moving are inseparably linked. Every thought is translated into muscle tension. Routine increases the efficiency and speed with which we think and act, but it is often also the greatest obstacle when one wants to do things ‘differently’. As Einstein said: “We can’t solve problems by using the same kind of thinking as we used when we created them”.
AT is a technique that expands competence and:
An individual class takes about 45 minutes.
It is advized to wear comforable, loose and warm clothes and socks. Individual classes take place at deFENIKS.
For more information, prices and appointments you can mail to Judith.
FORMULAS & PRICES
1. Individual classes
Introductory class: €30
1 individual class: €40
1st serie of 10 classes: € 380
2nd serie of 10 classes: € 360
3rd serie of 10 classes: € 340
All prices are incl. taxes.
2. Classes in group by podiumkunsten.be
Three-day introduction 2020: Wed 16-Fri 18 September 2020 (new dates!)
3. In-company workshop for small groups
We also regularly give in-company workshops for organizations. For example, we collaborated with VerDi (Flemish Brabant), the Academies (Antwerp), Opera Ballet Flanders, Antwerp Symphonie Orchestra
Judith Vindevogel received her first Alexander Technique lessons from Ruth Murray in London in 1987 and subsequently studied with Eliane Lefèbvre, Betty Langford and Christel Bobine. In 2009 she completed the three-year Alexander Technique teacher training course at the Alexander Technique Academy led by Jos Burger (NL) and Christel Bobine (B). Judith Vindevogel also took lessons with Pedro di Alcantara, Mary Holland, Arie-Jan Hoorweg, Kate Kelly, Malcolm King, Jamie Mc Dowell, Ron Murdock, Francien Schoonens, Athanase Vettas, among others. She participated in workshops led by Ted Dimon, Steven Hallmark, Vivien Mackie, Tessa Marwick, Paul Versteeg and Irmel Weber.
Katrien Vanderbeke trained as a dancer (Academy for Experimental dance, Kopenhagen). Besides her private practice in Oostende and Gent, she is on the teaching staff of the School of Art in Gent where she works with drama and music students. She also teaches movement classes and Alexander Technique for the organisation Wisper and for the dance teacher training at Danspunt.
Between stimulus and response there is a space.
In that space is our power to choose our response.
In our response lies our growth and freedom.
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Judith Vindevogel & Katrien Vanderbeke
pOdiumkunsten.be i.c.w. WALPURGIS
“My sessions under Judith’s skilfull guidance taught to not always trust the familiar and to relax through the process of change.”
Damien De Bastier, Ashtanga Yoga teacher (Antwerp Yoga)