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CI workshop near Grenoble


CI workshop near Grenoble
Mon, 6. November 2017 - Sat, 11. November 2017
Joerg Hassmann
Created by:
Jörg Hassmann


From the floor to flying

Joerg and Joe offer their current interests in Contact Improvisation and somatic education methods. A base will be the Feldenkrais Method’s detailed study of developmental movement patterns, connection with the floor and spherical orientation. From there Joe & Joerg will guide us into an exploration that takes the arising interests within the group into account.  Joe has a “Grammar of Spontaneity” in his back pocket – Essential patterns which free us for spontaneous expression. And Joerg will weave technical input for committed, shared-weight duets into the journey and re-balance it with discoveries around light- and no-touch dances.

Sweet challenges, non-attachment practice and 'going for it' are states and energies that they'd like to foster.
We'll see where it'll go.


Joerg and Joe share highly inspiring dances and research encounters and are very intrigued by the gift of teaching together.


Dates: Nov 7th-11th, 6 hrs a day, 10am-6pm

Price flexible: 200 – 260€ for workshop

Location: Les Ailes de Bernard à Saint-Julien-Molin-Molette

lodging and food: -- self organized.

Here is a list of options for lodging and how to get there (in French)

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Inscriptions: All enrolment will be validated upon receipt of an email to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and a deposit of 80€ or the full amount, payable to Joseph STOLLER, 43B Route de Grenoble, 05100 Briançon. Please include your email, phone number and where you are coming from.


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Joerg Hassmann, dances, explores and teaches Contact Improvisation for more than 25 years; Artistic Director of the Contact Festival „Contact meets Contemporary“ Gottingen/ Germany; developed a systematic approach to CI-specific technique together with Daniel Werner, which they share in their training programs in Berlin and across Europe; anatomy based studies, contemporary dance, ideas from BMC (Body Mind Centering), Capoeira and a playful attitude in his explorations are his main influences.

joe stoller 

Joe Stoller has been studying, creating and teaching movement, touch and improvisation since 1998. His engagement with CI includes extensive teaching and a year of research supported by a Watson Fellowship. His dancing and teaching blend with his ongoing work as a Qigong instructor, massage therapist and Feldenkrais® teacher.

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