The Cross Training + (de)Construct Winter Intensive

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January 5th & 6th 10:30am-5:00pm both days 

Downtown Dance & Movement. 1144 S. Hope Street, Los Angeles CA (2 Blocks from the Pico Metro station)

Regular Tuition: $200 Returning Student: $180 Dance Professional: $155 College Student: $105 (Cannot combine discounts)

Parking and transportation: http://downtowndancela.com/directions/

The Hall Method and Kai Hazelwood+ are teaming up again to bring you: The Cross Train+ (de)Construct Winter Intensive!

You’ll start the day with the same awesome training with The Hall Method, but instead of constructing and performing a single piece in the afternoon, we’ll all deconstruct the same pre-existing movement vocabulary and create our own different solo and group work. This intensive is perfect for both aspiring and professional dancers, as well as teachers and choreographers who need to get back in shape after the holidays to insure a strong, healthy and injury-free new year.

The Hall Method: 
Get the benefit of Pilates cross training without leaving the dance studio. The Hall Method is a unique muscle conditioning program that re-configures classic pilates reformer exercises to standing exercises utilizing therabands, foam rollers, and balls. Enhance your performance while achieving new levels of core stability, strength, and flexibility. The Hall Method supports aspiring and professional dancers, helping them to stay strong, injury free, and ready for the demands of any style of dance. LEARN MORE

(de)Construct with Kai Hazelwood: After a warm up based on playful improvisational structures, we’ll learn a common phrase, then play with a few choreographic devices to deconstruct it, and rebuild it in small groups or solos led by the intensive participants. The results of our exploration will be shown in an informal showing at the end of the day on Sunday that will be free and open to the public. The workshop will also serve as an informal audition for future projects with Kai Hazelwood+ in LA and abroad.