Enquiries: Festival Manager Lauren Vassallo email@example.com
1 March | 31 March 2022
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JOSEPH SARGEANT COMMUNITY CENTRE
This workshop with Pepa Molina draws from the parallels present in contemporary and Flamenco dance practice.
$35Limited places. Bookings essential!
2pm - 3:45pm
Energize & feel the rhythm!
Pepa Molina will work on traditional rhythms, footwork & upper body techniques. Open to contemporary dancers & dancers from any other genres who would like to initiate in the Flamenco form. No previous Flamenco experience is necessary & no shoes are required. This workshop draws from the parallels present in contemporary & Flamenco dance practice, such as the grounded connection to the earth, organic & fluid movement, stance, improvisation.
Photo Credit: Heidrun Lohr
60 Prospect St, Erskineville NSW 2043
"Pepa Molina is amazing, her classes are insightful and a true work out. Don't miss out in 2022!"
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