// Creative / process //
CREATIVE / PROCESS classes and workshops are taught by leading movement practitioners and reflect current developments in the field of contemporary dance. Each series takes a multi-faceted approach that integrates technique and creative process.
CREATIVE / PROCESS SERIES
Velocity Founders Studio 1621 12th Ave
$15 Drop-in / $12 MVP
Buy a full class series for just $60 for 6 weeks ($10/class)
VICTORIA JACOBS: BEGIN HERE
WEDS MAR 1 – APR 5 / 6-7:45PM
REGISTER $60 (Full Series) / $15 Drop-in / $12 MVP
Begin with what you come into the room with. Begin with your likes, your dislikes, your wants and your needs. Move through your fears and your attractions. Move through your strength and your weakness. Taste your experience. Bring all of yourself. Move with all of your self. End holding more of yourself. End by leaving and walking into your own life.
Movement exploration drawn from contemporary dance technique and Gyrotonic principles will empower you to bring more of your own essence to your dances, your words, your body, and your relationships in and out of the studio.
VICTORIA JACOBS believes that each of us can get to know our own body’s language in a way that makes life richer and more enjoyable. She loves to teach movement in a way that helps you to make more sense to yourself. She is a passionate researcher of fluid functional structure in the lineage of Aileen Passloff (Judson Dance Theater) and Jill Ableson (SPRe Bodywork). Her background includes contact improvisation, flamenco, and contemporary dance technique, and she holds a BA in Writing/Dance from Bard College, NY. She has been teaching movement arts since 2004 and currently teaches the Gyrotonic Expansion System at Seattle Changing Room. victoriajacobs.me
SPRING 2017 SERIES:
Series 1: JAN 18 – FEB 22: Amy O’Neal
Series 2: MAR 1 – APR 5: Victoria Jacobs
Series 3: APR 12 – MAY 17: more info soon!
Series 4: MAY 31 – JUNE 28 (5-week Series): Heather Kravas
CREATIVE / PROCESS series ARCHIVE
To see all Velocity CREATIVE / PROCESS Series (formerly called Investigative Movement Practices (IMP)) since 2013, CLICK HERE.
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