The technique I have been developing for a number of years differs from trapeze practice in that suspension plays a dominant role. The absence of formal poses reveals the crux of the matter: the effort required to hang there, to be present. This approach is based on techniques gleaned from martial arts. The nervous system, the base of sensitivity and the source of mobility, plays a major role.
This course has a variety of applications and aims to improve the ability to resist and to make one’s presence felt.
WORKSHOPS AND COURSES FOR TEACHERS
By developing an ability to concentrate through physical training, we can analyse how we work and are conditioned. We can become very aware of our efforts, our fear, of what happens when we are deprived of points of reference and the satisfaction of accomplishing something we did not feel capable of doing. This ability to concentrate is key to self-awareness and being rooted in reality.
WORKSHOPS FOR THE GENERAL PUBLIC
These presentations or courses revolve around going from “thinking” to “feeling”. They are based on physical training in martial arts and on suspension and include discussion and collective reflection.